• Terry McLaurin

  • WR
  • , Washington Football Team
  • 24
  • 208 lbs
  • 6' 0"
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Draft note
by John Paulsen
McLaurin posted 58-919-7 on 93 targets in 14 games as a rookie and finished as the No. 28 fantasy receiver, the second-highest finish by a rookie after A.J. Brown. He dealt with substandard quarterback play, but posted 9.60 YPA from Dwayne Haskins after producing 10.63 YPA from Case Keenum. Haskins needs to improve for McLaurin to build on his rookie season, but he should see an increase in targets and the offense is likely to play at a faster pace under new OC Scott Turner.

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Scouting report

by Jordan Heck

WAS WR Terry McLaurin - 2020 Fantasy Football Outlook

Fantasy Upside
Terry McLaurin had a breakout season finishing as the No. 2 fantasy rookie WR behind A.J. Brown. McLaurin finished with at least 15 PPR points in 7-of-14 games despite a carousel of bad quarterback play from three different starters. He’ll once again be the focal point in a weak WR corps that got even weaker with Kelvin Harmon’s ACL tear. An increase in targets is also likely as Washington brought in a new offensive coordinator with a faster-paced offense.

Fantasy Downside
The downside to McLaurin is the situation he’s in. Dwayne Haskins had poor quarterback play, which led to some really bad overall passing games from Washington in 2019. McLaurin had a three-game stretch last year where he went a combined 9-89-0. He’s also the only wide receiver in this offense who will scare defenses, so coordinators will target in on stopping him.

2020 Bottom Line
Assuming McLaurin plays in all 16 games, he should top 1,000 receiving yards. He fell just short of that mark last year (919). McLaurin is a talented player in a bad offense. We don’t expect him to dramatically improve his production this year, but we see similar/slightly better numbers from the Washington wideout. He should be viewed as a decent WR2 player in fantasy drafts. He was pretty reliable as a receiving threat in 2019, and should provide some consistency in your week-to-week lineup.

2020 Strength of Schedule - WAS

W1W2W3W4W5W6W7W8W9W10W11W12W13W14W15W16W17
23
PHI
19
@ARI
12
@CLE
10
BAL
8
LAR
30
@NYG
6
DAL
BYE30
NYG
32
@DET
25
CIN
6
@DAL
7
@PIT
9
@SF
17
SEA
14
CAR
23
@PHI

Schedule difficulty based on schedule-adjusted, positional defensive ranking. Top DEF = 1, bottom DEF = 32.

2019 Game Stats

WeekOppRecRecYdsRecTDTgtsYPRRuAttRuYdsRuTDFumYPCSTDPPRSnaps%
1@PHI51251725.0000000.0018.523.562/6792.5%
2DAL5621912.4000000.0012.217.256/6290.3%
3CHI6701811.6700000.0013.019.070/7988.6%
4@NYG--------------
5NE3510717.0000000.005.18.156/5994.9%
6@MIA41002725.0000000.0022.026.057/5996.6%
7SF1110211.0000000.001.12.147/4897.9%
8@MIN439069.7500000.003.97.940/4393.0%
9@BUF439069.7500000.003.97.951/51100.0%
10BYE--------------
11NYJ3690423.0000000.006.99.962/6891.2%
12DET57201214.4000000.007.212.259/6098.3%
13@CAR28044.0000000.000.82.855/6485.9%
14@GB4571714.2500000.0011.715.761/6593.8%
15PHI51301526.0000000.0019.024.047/5388.7%
16NYG7860912.2900000.008.615.661/7087.1%
17@DAL--------------
Per game4.1465.640.506.6415.8400000.009.5613.7156.00/60.5792.79%
Totals5891979315.8400000.00133.9191.9784/84892.79%
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