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Jan 8, 2023 3 74 52 1 13
Jan 1, 2023 2 25 23 0 3
Dec 24, 2022 4 77 51 1 13
Dec 18, 2022 6 70 20 0 7
Dec 4, 2022 8 105 20 1 16

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Fantasy Points
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2022 77 1191 15.47 5 29 4.14 1438.4
2021 77 1053 13.68 5 12 12.00 1368
2020 87 1118 12.85 4 30 15.00 1369.1
3y Avg. 74 1030 13.92 5 14 14.00 1348.9
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Fantasy News

  • Commanders' Terry McLaurin: Hauls in TD against Cowboys

    McLaurin caught three of six targets for 74 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 26-6 win over Dallas. The fourth-year wideout was on the other end of rookie Sam Howell's first career passing TD, hauling in a 16-yard score in the first quarter. McLaurin finishes the season with a career-high 1,191 receiving yards on 77 catches with five touchdowns, his third straight campaign with over 1,000 yards, and no matter who's under center for Washington next year, he'll be a key part of the passing game.
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  • Commanders' Terry McLaurin: WRs to Sit

    McLaurin could have a great game in rookie Sam Howell's first start, or he could be an absolute disaster, especially against the Cowboys. I'm not going to be too pessimistic, but I'll downgrade McLaurin to a No. 3 Fantasy receiver in this scenario. His targets have been down of late with a combined 16 in his past three games against the Giants, 49ers and Browns, and he struggled against Cleveland in Week 17 with two catches for 25 yards on five targets. That was with Carson Wentz at quarterback, and Howell could easily play better than Wentz, which would help McLaurin. But he also has to deal with promising rookie Jahan Dotson -- who might be the better Fantasy play in Week 18 and has 23 targets in his past three outings -- and I'm not expecting a huge game from McLaurin this week.
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  • Commanders' Terry McLaurin: Disappears against Browns

    McLaurin recorded two receptions on five targets for 25 yards in Sunday's 24-10 loss to the Browns. He added one rush for 12 yards. McLaurin tied for third on the team in targets and has now been targeted six or fewer times in four of his last five games. He has been able to mask that lack of volume with long gains and touchdowns in past weeks, though that wasn't the case against the Browns. He managed one highlight-worthy play, a 23-yard reception that came early in the fourth quarter. Even so, his yardage total was his lowest since Week 4.
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  • Commanders' Terry McLaurin: Possible Bust (Lineup Decisions)

    With the game expected to be low-scoring and run-heavy, there isn't a lot of hope for a high-target game for McLaurin. Tack on Wentz replacing Heinicke and there's real concern about McLaurin having a huge game. He might be good for 12 PPR points, but not even that is promised. I'll still start him over Amari Cooper and Mike Evans, but I'd rather chance it with Jaylen Waddle, JuJu Smith-Schuster and Drake London in full PPR.
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  • Commanders' Terry McLaurin: Produces off of five targets

    McLaurin had four receptions (five targets) for 77 yards and a touchdown in Saturday's 37-20 loss to the 49ers. McLaurin finished as Washington's top-producing receiver despite finishing third in targets behind Logan Thomas (eight) and Jahan Dotson (nine). The 27-year-old McLaurin continues to perform at a high level in spite of inconsistent quarterback play, posting a healthy 72/1,092/4 receiving line through 15 games. Head coach Ron Rivera has a big decision to make regarding who will start under center against the Browns next Sunday, but McLaurin should maintain WR1 status whether Taylor Heinicke or Carson Wentz gets the call.
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  • Commanders' Terry McLaurin: Efficient in SNF loss

    McLaurin corralled all six of his targets for 70 yards in Sunday's 20-12 loss to the Giants. McLaurin didn't post gaudy fantasy totals on Sunday Night Football, but the results were strong given the low target total in comparison to his season average (7.5 targets). The 27-year-old eclipsed the 1,000-yard receiving plateau for the third consecutive season, and he needs just 104 more yards to set a new career high. McLaurin will have a shot to accomplish that feat against the 49ers on Saturday. San Francisco boasts one of the league's top total defenses -- due in large part to Nick Bosa and the linebacking unit -- but it does not have a corner on the roster who can match McLaurin in raw talent.
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  • Commanders' Terry McLaurin: WRs to Start

    McLaurin loves facing the Giants, and he had a standout game against them in Week 13 with eight catches for 105 yards and a touchdown on 12 targets. In his past five games against the Giants, McLaurin has 37 catches for 494 yards and three touchdowns, and his worst game over that span was 13 PPR points. The Giants have allowed four touchdowns to receivers in their past two games, and eight receivers have scored at least 14 PPR points against the Giants in their past five outings.
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  • Commanders' Terry McLaurin: Productive day in tie

    McLaurin secured eight of 12 targets for 105 yards and a touchdown in the Commanders' 20-20 tie with the Giants on Sunday. McLaurin led the Commanders in receptions, receiving yards and targets in the overtime clash. The speedster was able to shake loose for a 19-yard touchdown grab late in the first quarter as well, his first score since Week 7. McLaurin heads into Washington's Week 14 bye with a trio of 100-yard efforts in the last six games before a Week 15 rematch at home with the Giants.
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  • Commanders' Terry McLaurin: Contrarian DFS Play

    McLaurin has been disappointing the past two weeks, but I still love his target share with Taylor Heinicke and the Giants defense is a mess. You can't trust McLaurin in cash games, but if Heinicke throws 30-plus passes, McLaurin suddenly has top-10 upside again.
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  • Commanders' Terry McLaurin: Limited opportunity in win

    McLaurin recorded four receptions on six targets for 48 yards in Sunday's 19-13 win over the Falcons. McLaurin led the team with six targets, but Taylor Heinicke took to the air only 23 times. That limited McLaurin's opportunity to produce, but he still managed receptions of 26 and 13 yards to highlight his performance. Despite delivering when given looks, McLaurin has failed to top 60 yards in three of his last four games.
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  • Commanders' Terry McLaurin: Paces passing game in MNF win

    McLaurin caught eight of 11 targets for 128 yards in Monday's 32-21 win over Philadelphia. McLaurin accounted for 76 of Taylor Heinicke's 145 passing yards in the first half and picked up where he left off in the third quarter, registering receptions of 11 and 41 yards in a three-play span to set up a field goal that put Washington up 23-14. Washington's playmaking defense held the fort from there. McLaurin set a new season high in receiving yards while topping 100 yards for the third time, and he should continue to work as the team's No. 1 wide receiver in Week 11 against the Texans. It remains to be seen whether Heinicke or Carson Wentz (finger) will start that game.
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  • Commanders' Terry McLaurin: Leads team in catches Sunday

    McLaurin brought in five of nine targets for 56 yards in the Commanders' 20-17 loss to the Vikings on Sunday. McLaurin led the Commanders in receptions and targets while checking in second in yardage to Curtis Samuel. The Commanders' top target now has at least five catches in three straight games, a favorable streak he'll aim to extend against the tough Eagles defense in a Week 10 road matchup Monday night, Nov. 14.
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  • Commanders' Terry McLaurin: WRs to Start

    McLaurin might secretly be hoping that Carson Wentz (finger) doesn't come back because McLaurin has done well with Taylor Heinicke in the past two games. Over that span, McLaurin has 16 targets for 11 catches, 186 yards and a touchdown, and he's averaging 17.5 PPR points against two tough secondaries in Green Bay and Indianapolis. This week's matchup isn't as daunting against the Vikings, who are No. 7 in most Fantasy points allowed to opposing receivers, and four receivers have scored at least 18 PPR points against Minnesota in the past two games.
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  • Commanders' Terry McLaurin: Bust Alert (Start/Sit)

    McLaurin just had a solid game in Week 7 against the Packers with five catches for 73 yards and a touchdown on eight targets. It was great to see him perform well in the first game with Taylor Heinicke, but this is a tough matchup against the Colts, who are No. 1 in fewest Fantasy points allowed to opposing receivers. Indianapolis has allowed just four touchdowns to opposing receivers, and only four receivers have more than 53 receiving yards. And only two receivers have more than 13 PPR points against the Colts this year. I still like McLaurin as a low-end starter in all leagues, but it wouldn't surprise me to see him struggle in this matchup on the road.
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  • Commanders' Terry McLaurin: Finds end zone in Week 7 win

    McLaurin caught five of eight targets for 73 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 23-21 win over the Packers. McLaurin reignited his chemistry with Taylor Heinicke in Heinicke's season debut, highlighted by a 37-yard touchdown catch to put Washington up 17-14 in the third quarter. After recording just one touchdown in six games with Carson Wentz (finger) under center, McLaurin could be trending up, though a stingy Colts secondary will do its best to limit the two-time 1,000-yard receiver in Week 8.
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  • Commanders' Terry McLaurin: Team-high yardage total Thursday

    McLaurin brought in three of four targets for 41 yards in the Commanders' 12-7 win over the Bears on Thursday night. He also fumbled once but recovered. The speedster recorded solid gains on each of his three catches while pacing the Commanders in receiving yards and sharing the lead in receptions. McLaurin was responsible for nearly half of Carson Wentz's 99 passing yards, and the fact he was able to muster even a serviceable line on such a meager night for the air attack is a testament to his talent and role in the passing game. McLaurin saw his touchdown-less streak extend to four games, however, a matter he'll aim to rectify at the expense of the Packers in a Week 7 home matchup on Sunday, Oct. 23.
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  • Commanders' Terry McLaurin: Flex Starter (Lineup Decisions)

    McLaurin has disappointed with one game north of 15 PPR points this season, but three others between 11 and 13 PPR points. That's the safe range to rely on in a short-week matchup at Chicago.
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  • Commanders' Terry McLaurin: Posts 76 yards

    McLaurin recorded five catches on six targets for 76 yards in Sunday's 21-17 loss to the Titans. McLaurin was only the third-most targeted Washington receiver, but he made the most of his opportunity to lead the team in receiving yards. He delivered several big plays, highlighted by receptions of 34 and 25 yards. McLaurin hasn't found the end zone since Week 1, but he has recorded at least 75 receiving yards in three of five games on the campaign.
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  • Commanders' Terry McLaurin: WRs to Start

    Jahan Dotson (hamstring) is expected to be out this week, and Curtis Samuel is dealing with an illness, which forced him to miss practice Wednesday. If there was a time for McLaurin to step up it's this week against the Titans, who have already allowed five touchdowns to opposing receivers and six to score at least 11 PPR points. McLaurin has suffered this season with Washington having a diverse receiving corps, and he only has one touchdown on the year. He also just scored a season-low three PPR points in Week 4 at Dallas. But this is a great rebound spot for McLaurin, and he's worth starting as a No. 2 Fantasy receiver in all leagues.
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  • Commanders' Terry McLaurin: Struggles in Week 4

    McLaurin caught two passes for 15 yards on six targets in a loss against Dallas on Sunday. For the second consecutive week, quarterback Carson Wentz struggled badly, taking far too many hits and displaying scattershot accuracy. McLaurin's abilities are well documented and rarely are his struggles his fault, but he really needs Wentz and the Washington offensive line to get its act together. The good news is that Washington plays Tennessee in Week 5, and its pass rush should prove less threatening than those of the Eagles and Cowboys over the last two weeks.
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