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Terry McLaurin Fantasy Profile

Wide Receiver


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Washington Football TeamWashington Football Team

Terry McLaurin
Height:
6'0
Weight:
210
Age:
26
College:
Ohio State
Draft:
2019: Rd 3, Pk 76
Bye:
9
Status:
Active
ADP:
31.9
Washington Football Team DEPTH CHART
123
QB
Taylor Heinicke
Kyle Allen
Ryan Fitzpatrick
RB
Antonio Gibson
Jaret Patterson
Wendell Smallwood
WR
Terry McLaurin
Dyami Brown
Kelvin Harmon
WR
Curtis Samuel
Adam Humphries
Damion Willis
WR
DeAndre Carter
Cam Sims
Marken Michel
TE
John Bates
Sammis Reyes
Logan Thomas
K
Brian Johnson
Joey Slye
Latest News
Dec 6th · 04:18 AM
Terry McLaurin Disappears In Week 13

Washington Football Team wide receiver Terry McLaurin finished with only three catches for 22 yards during the win over Las Vegas on Sunday. The 26-year-old disappeared in Week 13, and it came after he had at least seven targets in each game since Week 1. However, Logan Thomas (knee) likely is done for the year, so McLaurin could get more looks from Taylor Heinicke moving ahead, starting in Week 14 during the NFC North battle with the Cowboys.

Dec 4th · 05:33 PM
Terry McLaurin - Week 13 Outlook for Fantasy Football

Washington Football Team wide receiver Terry McLaurin draws a tough matchup in Week 13 against a stingy Las Vegas Raiders' pass defense. The Raiders have surrendered the ninth-fewest receiving yards this season, and have allowed 10 yards per reception, which is fourth-fewest. McLaurin has been extremely inconsistent this year and has proved to be a boom-or-bust option for the entirety of the season. He couldn't take advantage of a good matchup with Seattle last week, as he finished with just four receptions for 51 yards. Washington went with an extremely run-heavy approach, so it wouldn't be a surprise to see them do the same against a weak run defense. McLaurin can be valued as a WR2 option, but is by no means a must-start option in shallower leagues based on what we have seen this season.

Nov 30th · 03:16 PM
Terry McLaurin Catches Four Passes In Week 12

Washington Football Team wide receiver Terry McLaurin caught just four passes for 51 yards in Monday's win over Seattle. Once again, the third-year receiver proved to be a boom-or-bust option for fantasy managers. McLaurin has over 100 receiving yards in four games this season, which also happens to be the only four games he has scored a touchdown in. In games he hasn't scored a touchdown, he has failed to reach 70 receiving yards and has been held to five receptions or under on six different occasions. His value should be adjusted to a mid-range WR2 moving forward, as he has simply proved to be an unreliable fantasy option on a weekly basis.

Nov 27th · 06:51 PM
Terry McLaurin - Week 12 Outlook for Fantasy Football

Washington Football Team wide receiver Terry McLaurin will once again find himself in the high-end WR2 discussion in Week 12 against the Seattle Seahawks, who have given up the fifth-most receptions and the seventh-most receiving yards this season. With Curtis Samuel likely returning on Monday night, more could open up for Washington's No. 1 receiver with Samuel's speed and versatility. McLaurin has drawn a lot of attention this season, which has held him to some duds for fantasy managers. In what should be a pass-heavy game script in a likely high-scoring contest, the third-year stud should be able to see a significant target share which automatically puts him into must-start territory. With Taylor Heinicke seemingly getting in a groove, McLaurin should be able to string together some more consistent fantasy production.

Nov 21st · 09:55 PM
Terry McLaurin Totals 103 Yards, Scores

Washington Football Team wide receiver Terry McLaurin caught five passes for 103 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 27-21 win over Carolina. McLaurin was able to have a solid game even in a tough matchup with Carolina, and he has once again proved to be a boom-or-bust option for fantasy managers. McLaurin has gone for over 100 yards for the fourth time this season, and those happen to be all the games he has scored a touchdown in. The third-year wideout gets a solid matchup with Seattle next week and could find himself back in low-end WR1 territory. The imminent return of tight end Logan Thomas (hamstring) and Curtis Samuel (groin) could take some attention off McLaurin, as Washington will get back some playmakers that opposing defenses must respect in their game plan.

Nov 19th · 06:13 PM
Terry McLaurin - Week 11 Outlook for Fantasy Football

Washington Football Team wide receiver Terry McLaurin draws a tough matchup with Stephon Gilmore and the Carolina Panthers in Week 11. Fantasy managers may have a sour taste in their mouth from last week's dud with six receptions for 59 yards, but they're likely aren't many better options considering McLaurin's draft price. The third-year receiver has been a boom-or-bust option this year, as he has been held under 70 receiving yards with no touchdowns on six separate occasions this season. It is hard to envision a big day for McLaurin on Sunday, so he can be valued as a decent WR2 option considering he's been targeted 27 times in his past three games.

Nov 18th · 08:32 PM
Terry McLaurin Returns To Full Practice

Washington Football Team wide receiver Terry McLaurin (shoulder) was a full participant in practice on Thursday after being limited in Wednesday's session. McLaurin was forced from last Sunday's game with a scary looking collarbone injury, but he returned to the field and finished the game. The fact that he's already back to practicing in full on Thursday means that he shouldn't be in danger of missing the Week 11 contest against the Carolina Panthers. However, McLaurin is trending down as a low-end WR2 with a matchup against a Carolina defense that is allowing a league-low 194.3 receiving yards per game in 2021. They've also limited opposing wideouts to the second-fewest fantasy points per game in the last three weeks.

Nov 18th · 12:02 AM
Terry McLaurin Dealing With Shoulder Issue

Washington Football Team wide receiver Terry McLaurin (shoulder) was listed as a limited practice participant on Wednesday with a new shoulder injury. The fact that he was able to practice all, though, suggests it shouldn't keep him from playing this weekend against the Carolina Panthers. The 26-year-old injured his collarbone early in the Week 10 win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, but he was able to return and finished with six catches for 59 yards on eight targets. Scary Terry hasn't been as scary in 2021 with quarterback Taylor Heinicke under center, and he could face more struggles this weekend against a Panthers defense that has allowed the second-fewest fantasy points per game in the last three weeks. He's become a low-end WR2.

Nov 14th · 09:34 PM
Terry McLaurin Catches Six Passes

Washington Football Team wide receiver Terry McLaurin caught six passes for 59 yards in Sunday's 29-19 win over Tampa Bay. McLaurin briefly exited the game but returned and made some big plays for the Washington offense. Unfortunately, McLaurin has been a boom-or-bust option so far this season. In what looked like a great matchup on paper, the third-year receiver was unable to take advantage of a weak Tampa Bay secondary. Moving forward, it is best to value McLaurin as a high-end WR2, but he can be upgraded into WR1 territory when facing good matchups. With quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick (hip) likely not returning this season, McLaurin has a limited ceiling with Taylor Heinicke under center.

Nov 14th · 07:02 PM
Terry McLaurin Returns In Week 10

Updating a previous report, Washington Football Team wide receiver Terry McLaurin (collarbone) is back in the game after previously exiting and being announced as questionable to return. The injury clearly looked much worse than it was. With how fast McLaurin returned to the field, fantasy managers are probably safe to stop worrying about the young wideout.

Nov 14th · 06:51 PM
Terry McLaurin Questionable To Return In Week 10

Washington Football Team wide receiver Terry McLaurin (collarbone) is questionable to return in Week 10 against Tampa Bay. He has two catches for nine yards so far. If he doesn't return, expect to see more of Cam Sims and DeAndre Carter. Losing the team's best offensive weapon would be a big blow to this Washington offense, so hopefully McLaurin is able to get back on the field.

Nov 12th · 06:30 PM
Terry McLaurin - Week 10 Outlook for Fantasy Football

Washington Football Team wide receiver Terry McLaurin draws a great matchup in Week 10 against the Tampa Bay secondary that has given up some big games to opposing receivers this year. McLaurin has been extremely inconsistent so far this season, but there is some reason for optimism this week as he has shown he can have blow-up performances when given the volume. The Washington receiver room has been banged up the past few weeks, so the third-year stud should see all the targets he can handle in what should be a pass-heavy offensive attack. McLaurin can be valued as a low-end WR1 in this matchup.

Nov 1st · 12:05 AM
Terry McLaurin Quiet In Week 8

Washington Football Team wide receiver Terry McLaurin had a rough game on Sunday as he finished with just three catches for 23 yards on seven targets. This is an all to familiar stat line for the third-year receiver, as he has posted some duds so far this season. McLaurin has been a victim of poor quarterback play for the past few games, so he is starting to enter high-end WR2 territory rather than the WR1 upside he seemed to have going into the season. When the Washington offense goes against tough defenses, it is not out of the realm of possibilities to consider sitting McLaurin going forward.

Oct 29th · 06:37 PM
Terry McLaurin - Week 8 Outlook for Fantasy Football

Washington Football Team wide receiver Terry McLaurin should be pretty busy once again in Week 8, as Curtis Samuel (groin) and Dyami Brown (knee) will be inactive against the Denver Broncos. The third-year stud goes up against a secondary that has given up some big plays in the past couple of weeks, so the matchup doesn't seem overly concerning. However, with the Washington offense being shorthanded, a lot more attention will likely be put on McLaurin from Patrick Surtain II, Kyle Fuller, and Justin Simmons. McLaurin should see enough volume to produce low-end WR1 numbers, but a lack of efficiency could drop the 26-year-old into WR2 territory.

Oct 29th · 03:55 AM
Terry McLaurin Returns To Full Participation Thursday

Washington Football Team wide receiver Terry McLaurin (quad) received the green light to return to practice Thursday in a full capacity, eliminating any concerns that the wideout may miss Sunday's matchup with the Broncos. McLaurin was limited at practice Wednesday as he battles a quad ailment, one that has not yet kept him from missing a regular-season contest. McLaurin has had a dominant season for Washington, coming off his third game with over 100 yards receiving last week. He draws a stout matchup in the Broncos defense, with Pat Surtain II likely to draw coverage duties on the 26-year-old. McLaurin remains in the WR1 tier this week and can be rostered in all formats with confidence.

Oct 27th · 07:16 PM
Terry McLaurin Limited at Practice on Wednesday

Washington Football Team wide receiver Terry McLaurin worked on the side field at practice on Wednesday as he recovers from a hamstring injury. The explosive receiver was able to make it through Sunday's game, so there is a good chance that today's limited work is just to manage his reps before the upcoming game against the Broncos. It's worth keeping an eye on McLaurin's status as the week goes on, but he could have a slight boost in value with Von Miller potentially out on Sunday, which would hamper Denver's pass rush tremendously.

Oct 24th · 09:43 PM
Terry McLaurin Finishes With 122 Yards And Scores Touchdown

Washington Football Team wide receiver Terry McLaurin caught seven passes for 122 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 24-10 loss to the Green Bay Packers. McLaurin took advantage of a banged-up secondary and was able to grab a 40-yard touchdown pass from Taylor Heinicke. Considering the lack of weapons who are healthy in the Washington offense, the 26-year-old will continue to have WR1 value based on volume alone. In Week 7, he can be valued as a lower-end WR1 against the Denver Broncos who have a solid secondary which includes Patrick Surtain II, Kyle Fuller, and Justin Simmons. Considering his talent and role in the offense, McLaurin is a must-start player going forward.

Oct 22nd · 08:07 PM
Terry McLaurin - Week 7 Outlook for Fantasy Football

Washington Football Team wide receiver Terry McLaurin draws a juicy matchup in Week 7 against the Green Bay Packers, who will be without their top corner Jaire Alexander once again. The third-year stud is coming off back-to-back abysmal fantasy performances, but this will be another week where he sees high-volume in the passing game in what should be a pass-heavy game script. McLaurin has been targeted 19 times through the past two games, which has turned into just eight catches for 74 yards. Still, considering his matchup against the Packers defense who gave up six catches for 159 yards and a touchdown to Ja'Marr Chase in Week 5, McLaurin can be valued as a Top-10 play this week.

Oct 21st · 04:32 PM
Terry McLaurin, Ricky Seals-Jones Back At Practice

Washington Football Team wide receiver Terry McLaurin (hamstring) and tight end Ricky Seals-Jones (quadriceps) returned to the practice field on Thursday after working on a side field on Wednesday. McLaurin suffered a hamstring injury late in the practice week before the Week 6 game against the Kansas City Chiefs, but he played through it and caught four of his eight targets for a season-low 28 yards. While McLaurin remains a must-start WR1, he's left a lot to be desired while working with quarterback Taylor Heinicke so far this year. Seals-Jones has nine catches on 15 targets for 99 yards and a touchdown the last two weeks with Logan Thomas on Injured Reserve, moving him into the low-end TE1/high-end TE2 picture.

Oct 20th · 06:59 PM
Terry McLaurin, Ricky Seals-Jones Working On Side Field

Washington Football Team wide receiver Terry McLaurin (hamstring) and tight end Ricky Seals-Jones (quadriceps) did not practice on Wednesday. McLaurin popped up as questionable late last week with a hamstring injury, but he played and disappointed with a season-low 28 yards on four catches. Barring something unforeseen, the 26-year-old should be able to play in Week 7 against the Green Bay Packers. Terry hasn't been as scary without quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick (hip), but he'll continue to have WR1 upside as long as he's playing. Seals-Jones has nine catches on 15 targets for 99 yards and a touchdown in two games with Logan Thomas (hamstring) out, so he'll have low-end TE1 upside if he's able to play this Sunday.

Oct 17th · 09:10 PM
Terry McLaurin Finishes With 28 Receiving Yards

Washington Football Team wide receiver Terry McLaurin had a disastrous fantasy performance after finishing with just four catches for 28 yards on eight targets. McLaurin was banged up heading into this game with a hamstring injury, so that could have been a factor in his poor play. Fantasy managers shouldn't worry too much, as the third-year stud will continue to command a massive target share in the Washington offense, especially with Logan Thomas (hamstring) and Curtis Samuel (groin) being held out of the lineup. He will look to get back on track in Week 7 against the Green Bay Packers, which isn't too worrisome of a matchup considering Jaire Alexander is dealing with an injury.

Oct 17th · 04:07 PM
Terry McLaurin, Dyami Brown Active On Sunday

Washington Football Team wide receivers Terry McLaurin (hamstring) and Dyami Brown (knee) are both active in Week 6 against the Kansas City Chiefs. McLaurin tweaked his hamstring in practice on Friday and was listed as questionable, but Washington was being extra cautious with their star receiver. The 26-year-old is Washington's top target, and he could eat against a soft Chiefs defense on Sunday, especially since Curtis Samuel (groin) and Cam Sims (hamstring) will miss yet another game. McLaurin is locked in as a strong WR1 for fantasy managers. Brown will return to action after sitting out last weekend. The 21-year-old rookie should serve in three-receiver sets alongside McLaurin and Adam Humphries with Samuel and Sims out, but he's caught only five of his 14 targets for 51 yards in his four games played in 2021.

Oct 17th · 01:00 PM
Terry McLaurin, Antonio Gibson Expected To Play

Washington Football Team wide receiver Terry McLaurin (hamstring) and running back Antonio Gibson (shin), both questionable, are expected to play Sunday against Kansas City. Gibson, who has exceeded 70 scrimmage yards while scoring three touchdowns in the last two weeks, will take on a Chiefs defense that has already allowed the seventh-most scores to opposing halfbacks. Gibson is a good bet to find the end zone once again in what could be a high-scoring game. McLaurin practiced in full this week before experiencing a setback of sorts with his hamstring during Friday's practice- though it seemed to be precautionary more than anything else, and the star wideout is looking good for Sunday's contest. Given the injuries to Washington's other pass-catchers, McLaurin should remain in the WR1 ranks against a Kansas City unit that has allowed seven touchdowns to wideouts this year.

Oct 15th · 10:03 PM
Washington Optimistic On Terry McLaurin

Washington Football Team wide receiver Terry McLaurin (hamstring) missed practice on Friday and is questionable for Week 6 against the Kansas City Chiefs, but head coach Ron Rivera said that the team used an abundance of caution after McLaurin said his hamstring "felt tight and sore" on Friday. McLaurin is expected to be on the field this Sunday, barring any further setbacks. The 26-year-old leads the team in catches (20), receiving yards (400) and receiving touchdowns (four) and could draw even more looks with Curtis Samuel (groin) and Cam Sims (hamstring) out again. Rookie Dyami Brown (knee) is questionable, so slot receiver Adam Humphries should be the most reliable target behind McLaurin. DeAndre Carter, who had his best game last week, figures to serve as the No. 3 receiver. Start McLaurin everywhere if he's active on Sunday.

Oct 15th · 04:53 PM
Terry McLaurin Tweaks Hamstring, Now Questionable For Week 6

Washington Football Team wide receiver Terry McLaurin (hamstring) didn't practice on Friday due to a hamstring injury and is now listed as questionable to play against the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 6. This is a situation to monitor closely as we approach Sunday morning. With Curtis Samuel (groin) not making his debut until Week 4, McLaurin has dominated targets (49) among Washington's pass-catchers, and he has 29 receptions for 400 yards and three touchdowns in five games to this point. With Washington likely having to play catch-up this weekend against KC, McLaurin would probably be in for a heavy workload on Sunday if he were to play. With Samuel also up in the air to play, Adam Humphries could be the team's No. 1 wideout. Rookie Dyami Brown and DeAndre Carter would also see much bigger roles if both McLaurin and Samuel are ruled out.

Career Stats
ReceivingRushingFpts
YearTeamGPTGTSRECYDSYPRTDAttYdsAVGTDLNGFUMLOSTDraftKings
2021WAS121036180813.251121201200185
2020WAS1513487111812.942301502711233.8
2019WAS14935891915.870000000200.9
TOTAL41330206284513.8163421403911619.7
Game Logs
ReceivingRushingFpts
WeekOppScoreTGTSRECYDSYPRTDAttYdsAVGTDLNGFUMLOSTDraftKings
Strength of Schedule
TeamProjected Stats
WeekMatchupTemperatureSpreadO/UTeam TotalRush YdsRush TdsReceptionsRec YdsRec Tds
1vs LAC75-1.245.523.4-1.0%2.0%1.0%-3.0%-1.0%
2vs NYG73-4.844.724.8-5.0%2.0%-3.0%1.0%8.0%
3@ BUF65646.620.33.0%-14.0%7.0%0.0%-17.0%
4@ ATLdome-0.750.525.6-2.0%9.0%0.0%1.0%12.0%
5vs NO66-1.14623.6-8.0%-2.0%0.0%-3.0%2.0%
6vs KC634.848.8221.0%-5.0%12.0%-1.0%-8.0%
7@ GB504.847.321.35.0%-9.0%5.0%2.0%-12.0%
8@ DEN570.644.521.95.0%-4.0%2.0%0.0%-9.0%
9vs BYE00000.0%0.0%0.0%0.0%0.0%
10vs TB543.547.321.9-11.0%-15.0%3.0%0.0%-5.0%
11@ CAR59-1.345.323.34.0%3.0%-1.0%-1.0%-2.0%
12vs SEA50048.224.1-4.0%0.0%3.0%1.0%5.0%
13@ LVdome-0.750.125.41.0%12.0%5.0%-1.0%9.0%
14vs DAL45-1.347.824.510.0%11.0%5.0%3.0%4.0%
15@ PHI40-1.744.523.11.0%-6.0%-2.0%8.0%0.0%
16@ DALdome2.750.8245.0%8.0%9.0%-1.0%1.0%
17vs PHI39-5.745.625.71.0%7.0%-7.0%7.0%13.0%
18@ NYG33-0.843.722.31.0%-8.0%-3.0%5.0%-5.0%

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