Terry McLaurin

WR · Washington Commanders

Height 6'0" Weight 210
DOB 1995-09-15 Age 28.4
College Ohio State

2023 Fantasy Rankings

WR # 21 (Tier 4) · ADP (12-team PPR): 6.06, 66th

Position Rankings

RankNameByeAgeADP1PPG2
Tier 4
19Deebo Samuel, SF928.13.1010.8
20Christian Watson, GB624.84.0610.3
21Terry McLaurin, WAS1428.46.0611.2
22Christian Kirk, JAC927.35.0911.8
23DeAndre Hopkins, TEN731.74.0713.3
1 NFFC (12-team PPR)
2 2022 season, Half PPR scoring

Fantasy News Last 90 Days

  • Commanders Will Not Retain Eric Bieniemy

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    When news of the Commanders’ Kliff Kingsbury hire came out, questions were raised about the future of incumbent offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy. An answer has emerged regarding the latter, and he will not be in Washington for the 2024 campaign. Bieniemy will not be retained, new head coach Dan Quinn said at his introductory press conference. As a result, the […]

    Feb 5 · Pro Football Rumors Coaching Carousel Washington Commanders Sam Howell Terry McLaurin
  • Terry McLaurin Hauls In Six Receptions During Season Finale

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    Washington Commanders wide receiver Terry McLaurin caught six of eight targets for 56 yards during Sunday's loss to the Dallas Cowboys. Another year, another what-if season for McLaurin. Although the fifth-year receiver had his fourth-straight 1,000-yard season, middling quarterback play still held him back for most of the year. Nothing exemplified this more than quarterback Sam Howell underthrowing a wide-open McLaurin for what would've been a 51-yard touchdown on Washington's first possession of Week 18. There is light at the end of the tunnel for this offense, as the Commanders are locked into the second pick of the 2024 NFL Draft. If the team selects one of the blue-chip quarterback prospects, McLaurin's fortunes could finally take a turn for the better next season.

    Jan 7 · Source via Washington Commanders Terry McLaurin
  • Terry McLaurin A Low-End WR2 In Week 18

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    Coming off a solid game in Week 17, Washington Commanders wide receiver Terry McLaurin is looking to carry over his success into the final week of the regular season. This week, the Commanders are taking on the Dallas Cowboys. In their previous matchup, Dallas put a beat down on Washington during a blowout where McLaurin had a middling performance overall. However, the fifth-year receiver saw 11 targets during that matchup, so he was involved at least. With the rough matchup and the Commanders having no reason to win, McLaurin isn't a very inspiring option, but he's still a backend WR2 in Week 18.

    Jan 5 · Source via Washington Commanders Terry McLaurin
  • Terry McLaurin Impresses During Loss To 49ers

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    Washington Commanders wide receiver Terry McLaurin caught four of six targets for 61 yards and a touchdown during Sunday's loss to the San Francisco 49ers. Although it was mostly a quiet day for Washington's offense, McLaurin still put up some decent stats on the back of his production during a singular drive. Late in the second quarter, the fifth-year receiver hauled in three receptions for 56 yards and a touchdown on the Commanders' only touchdown drive of the game. With Washington's quarterback situation still in question, McLaurin will aim to issue a repeat performance against the Dallas Cowboys in Week 18.

    Dec 31 · Source via Washington Commanders Terry McLaurin
  • Terry McLaurin A WR3/Flex Against San Francisco

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    What seemed like a good week for Washington Commanders wide receiver Terry McLaurin is now much more questionable due to a recent injury to his quarterback. With Jacoby Brissett (hamstring) being listed as questionable for Week 17, the Commanders might have to turn back to struggling quarterback Sam Howell against a vaunted San Francisco 49ers defense. While the 49ers have been more of a pass-funnel defense this year, Howell running the offense offers much less stability than if Brissett were available for this game. If Brissett ends up playing, McLaurin could be considered as high as a WR2. However, if Howell starts, it'd be hard to consider him anything more than a WR3/flex play. Monitor the status of Washington's quarterback situation for a clearer outlook on McLaurin heading into Week 17.

    Dec 29 · Source via Washington Commanders Terry McLaurin
  • Terry McLaurin Falls Back To Earth In Week 16

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    Washington Commanders wide receiver Terry McLaurin caught three of five targets for 50 yards during Sunday's loss to the New York Jets. After last week's boom performance, the fifth-year receiver ended up hauling in just three passes against a tough Jets pass defense. Even with his underwhelming stat line, the silver lining here is that there could be a quarterback change coming in Week 17. With quarterback Jacoby Brissett playing well in relief for the second week in a row, McLaurin could benefit as he's shown much better chemistry with him than with usual starter Sam Howell. If there is a change, he could be a solid start for most rosters against the San Francisco 49ers.

    Dec 24 · Source via Washington Commanders Terry McLaurin
  • Terry McLaurin Draws A Tough Matchup In Week 16

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    After having his best performance of the season in Week 15, Washington Commanders wide receiver Terry McLaurin has the tall task of taking on one of the best defenses in the league this week. In Week 16, the Commanders are taking on the New York Jets. This season, the Jets defense has allowed the fewest fantasy points per game to opposing wide receivers. That makes this a pretty tough spot for the fifth-year wide receiver. You'd like to start him after last week's strong outing, but the matchup provides a fairly bleak outlook for McLaurin. Consider him a WR3/flex play against the Jets in Week 16.

    Dec 22 · Source via Washington Commanders Terry McLaurin
  • Terry McLaurin Explodes For 141 Yards Against Rams

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    Washington Commanders wide receiver Terry McLaurin caught six of 12 targets for 141 yards and a touchdown during Sunday's loss to the Los Angeles Rams. After making no impact on the box score during Washington's previous game, McLaurin had himself a huge day in Week 15. While it may look nice, what's concerning is that his significant production came when the Commanders benched quarterback Sam Howell and replaced him with Jacoby Brissett. With Brissett, the fifth-year receiver had three catches for 93 yards and a touchdown. Considering head coach Ron Rivera has already committed to Howell as next week's starter, McLaurin may have to continue to deal with Washington's offensive inconsistency. With the New York Jets on the schedule for Week 16, try not to expect a repeat performance.

    Dec 17 · Source via Washington Commanders Terry McLaurin
  • Terry McLaurin A Risky Play Against Rams

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    Washington Commanders wide receiver Terry McLaurin has been on a rough stretch. While he hasn't impressed often, he hit a new low during Washington's last game in Week 13 when he put up a big nothing in the box score. In Week 15, the Commanders will head on the road to face the Los Angeles Rams. The hope is that the fifth-year receiver can pick up the pace, but the targets in this offense have been too spread out, although there have been plenty. Considering he put up nothing in their last game, there could be a concerted effort to get him the ball. However, that's a tough thing to rely on during the later weeks of the season. He could bounce back, but consider McLaurin a risky option in Week 15.

    Dec 15 · Source via Washington Commanders Terry McLaurin
  • Wide Receiver Stats

    SeasonTeamFPtsFP/GGSnpSnp%MS%Opp/GTgtRecReYdReAvgReTDRuAttRuYdRuAvgRuTDFL
    2019WAS162.911.61478492.511.06.6935891915.8700-00
    2020WAS180.312.01595093.213.39.113487111812.9423015.0001
    2021WAS175.010.317101089.611.67.713077105313.7511212.0000
    2022WAS190.511.217106389.310.77.512077119115.557294.1400
    2023WAS169.710.01794185.011.77.613079100212.7400-10

    2023

    WkVsScoreFPtsWR RankSnpSnp%MS%OppTgtRecReYdReAvgReTDRuAttRuYdRuAvgRuTDFL
    1ARIW 20-164.1696388.75.64423115.5000-00
    2@DENW 35-3313.9275474.08.26655410.8100-00
    3BUFL 3-377.1504481.511.1666416.8000-00
    4@PHIL 31-3418.686380.812.8101088610.8000-10
    5CHIL 20-406.9435882.97.15544912.3000-00
    6@ATLW 24-1611.1264384.321.6111168113.5000-00
    7@NYGL 7-1412.0206188.413.09969015.0000-00
    8PHIL 31-3814.8156894.416.7121256312.6100-00
    9@NEW 20-179.8216785.99.07757314.6000-00
    10@SEAL 26-295.3485386.913.1884338.3000-00
    11NYGL 19-316.8426580.28.6775438.6000-00
    12@DALL 10-457.0466684.614.1111145012.5000-00
    13MIAL 15-450.0-4581.85.53300-000-00
    15@LARL 20-2823.135185.020.01212614123.5100-00
    16@NYJL 28-306.5535691.88.25535016.7000-00
    17SFL 10-2714.1204189.113.06646115.3100-00
    18DALL 10-388.6344387.816.3886569.3000-00

    Touchdown Distances
    Passing: 0
    Receiving: 30, 26, 29, 3

    2022

    WkVsScoreFPtsWR RankSnpSnp%MS%OppTgtRecReYdReAvgReTDRuAttRuYdRuAvgRuTDFL
    1JACW 28-2212.8256989.65.24425829.0100-00
    2@DETL 27-3610.2356689.212.29847518.80177.0000
    3PHIL 8-2413.2216888.311.799610217.0000-00
    4@DALL 10-252.5797094.68.1662157.5000-00
    5TENL 17-2110.1276298.49.56657615.2000-00
    6@CHIW 12-76.7435698.210.56434113.702115.5000
    7GBW 23-2115.897094.610.88857314.6100-00
    8@INDW 17-1613.6205895.114.898611318.801-7-7.0000
    9MINL 17-208.12764100.014.19955611.2000-00
    10@PHIW 32-2116.8137185.513.31111812816.0000-00
    11@HOUW 23-107.6414972.111.88745513.80111.0000
    12ATLW 19-137.3565182.311.37644812.00155.0000
    13@NYGT 20-2020.587790.614.11212810513.1100-00
    15NYGL 12-2010.0345892.19.56667011.7000-00
    16@SFL 20-3715.7146893.26.85547719.3100-00
    17CLEL 10-244.7495681.28.76522512.5011212.0000
    18DALW 26-614.9115075.89.16637424.7100-00

    Touchdown Distances
    Receiving: 49, 37, 19, 3, 16

    2021

    WkVsScoreFPtsWR RankSnpSnp%MS%OppTgtRecReYdReAvgReTDRuAttRuYdRuAvgRuTDFL
    1LACL 16-208.25655100.07.34446215.5000-00
    2NYGW 30-2922.2371100.019.71414111079.7100-00
    3@BUFL 21-438.2455296.313.07746215.5000-00
    4@ATLW 34-3027.346597.019.41313612320.5200-00
    5NOL 22-336.6507084.313.3111144611.5000-00
    6KCL 13-314.8635694.913.6884287.0000-00
    7@GBL 10-2421.756691.716.71212712217.4100-00
    8@DENL 10-175.0596187.111.4873237.7011212.0000
    10TBW 29-198.9357095.911.0886599.8000-00
    11@CARW 27-2118.876292.510.477510320.6100-00
    12SEAW 17-157.1417690.58.37745112.8000-00
    13@LVW 17-153.7576292.57.5553227.3000-00
    14DALL 20-270.0-3348.54.43300-000-00
    15@PHIL 17-276.1494989.17.34425125.5000-00
    16@DALL 14-565.5635591.710.06634013.3000-00
    17PHIL 16-209.6356095.212.7887618.7000-00
    18@NYGW 22-711.3354779.710.26649323.3000-00

    Touchdown Distances
    Receiving: 11, 33, 17, 40, 12

    2020

    WkVsScoreFPtsWR RankSnpSnp%MS%OppTgtRecReYdReAvgReTDRuAttRuYdRuAvgRuTDFL
    1PHIW 27-178.6396592.910.07756112.2000-00
    2@ARIL 15-3022.036293.915.21010712517.9100-00
    3@CLEL 20-3410.6376498.513.89848320.80133.0000
    4BALL 17-3116.8126490.119.714141011811.8000-00
    5LARL 10-304.16754100.013.0773268.7000-00
    6@NYGL 19-2010.9277095.916.4121277410.6000-00
    7DALW 25-318.5115884.115.9111179012.9100-00
    9NYGL 20-2321.095398.114.888711516.4100-00
    10@DETL 27-3013.7188697.711.410979513.6012727.0001
    11CINW 20-910.9325791.911.37758416.8000-00
    12@DALW 41-1612.7236289.913.09979213.1000-00
    13@PITW 23-172.4896894.48.3662147.0000-00
    14@SFW 23-153.4815892.19.56622412.0000-00
    15SEAL 15-2011.2307897.515.0121277711.0000-00
    17@PHIW 20-1413.5275181.012.7887405.7100-00
    WCTBL 23-3110.5-6995.89.77767512.5000-00

    Touchdown Distances
    Receiving: 24, 52, 68, 5

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