Terry McLaurin 2022 - 2023 Post Game Stats & Recaps

December 07, 2022

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Welcome to Terry McLaurin's post game stats & recaps, where we'll be following the wide receiver's production throughout the season. Check back every week for updates on Terry McLaurin's post game stats!

Week 18:

Statline: 3 REC, 74 REC YARDS, 1 REC TD

Even though their season was technically over, Terry McLaurin and the Washington Commanders didn’t back down against the Dallas Cowboys and beat them handily 26-6 in their last game of the 2022-2023 NFL season. Named to the Pro Bowl for the 1st time in his career, Terry McLaurin continued his role as Mr. Consistency for the Washington Commanders, notching 1000+ receiving yards for the 3rd time in his 4 year career. While it looks like the Commanders will likely have yet another quarterback under center for them next season, you can always count on Terry McLaurin to deliver for the team in D.C.

Week 17:

Statline: 2 REC, 25 REC YARDS, 1 CAR, 12 RUSH YARDS

Tied down by poor QB play, Terry McLaurin and the rest of the Washington Commanders’ offense couldn’t get anything going as their quarterback struggled. Carson Wentz would end the game with 3 interceptions, and the Commanders lost a must win game against the Browns that ultimately ended their playoff ambitions. The Commanders end their season against the Dallas Cowboys, and hopefully will have something to build on for next season. 

Week 16:

Statline: 4 REC, 77 REC YARDS, 1 REC TD

Terry McLaurin and the Washington Commanders tried to compete with the NFC West-leading San Francisco 49ers in Week 16 but struggled on the road with a 37-20 defeat to drop their record to 7-7-1. For McLaurin’s part, he was the leading receiver for the Commanders, receiving five targets and pulling in four catches for 77 yards. He was also one of three receivers on Washington to score a touchdown, giving him four on the year to go along with 1092 yards receiving on 72 receptions. McLaurin was elected to his first Pro Bowl when the rosters were announced two weeks ago.

Week 15:

Statline: 6 REC, 70 REC YARDS

The Washington Commanders and wide receiver Terry McLaurin saw their playoff hopes diminish after losing to the visiting New York Giants on Sunday Night Football 20-12. McLaurin saw six targets that garnered 70 yards receiving, including a huge 31 yards on two grabs on a key touchdown drive that brought the Commanders within five points. Unfortunately, they would only get another field goal but the game helped put McLaurin over a thousand yards on the season, giving him 1,015 and marking his third consecutive 1000-yard season.

Week 14:

Statline: BYE WEEK

Week 13:

Statline: 8 REC, 105 REC YARDS, 1 REC TD

Terry McLaurin and the Washington Commanders fought tooth and nail in New York against the Giants on Sunday but neither team could squeeze out a victory with the game ending in a 20-20 tie. For McLaurin’s part, he continued his great play of late with his third 100-yard game over his last six contests as he grabbed eight receptions for 105 yards and a score. The triple-digit performance gives McLaurin 505 yards over his last six games for an average of 81.4 yards a contest. More important is that the Commanders remain above .500 at 7-5-1 and in possession of the eighth and final playoff seed.

Week 12:

Statline: 4 REC, 48 REC YARDS, 1 CAR, 5 RUSH YARDS

Terry McLaurin and the Washington Commanders pulled out another victory on Sunday afternoon, pushing their record to 7-5 by defeating the Atlanta Falcons 19-13. It was a wet afternoon, making the ball slippery and turning both teams into running offenses with Washington QB Taylor Heinicke only throwing 23 times for 138 yards on the day. That limited the Commanders’ receiving corps but McLaurin got open the best he could, pulling in four receptions for 48 yards on six targets, which included 32 yards receiving on Washington’s first touchdown drive. 

Week 11:

Statline: 4 REC, 55 REC YARDS, 1 CAR, 1 RUSH YARD

The Washington Commanders went into Texas on Sunday afternoon and dominated the Houston Texans to the tune of 23-10 with star wide receiver Terry McLaurin helping the offense drive the ball down the field. Targeted six times on the day, McLaurin would end the game with four receptions and 55 yards. He had 26 yards of receiving and got Washington into Houston territory with two receptions of 17 and 9 yards that helped end the drive in a field goal to put the Commanders up 20-0. Even more importantly, the win helped put McLaurin and Washington above .500 at 6-5 this season.

Week 10:

Statline: 8 REC, 128 REC YARDS

Wide receiver Terry McLaurin and the Washington Commanders did something eight other teams couldn’t do so far this season on Monday night: beat the Philadelphia Eagles. After winning their first eight games of the season, the Eagles were dropped by the Commanders with McLaurin the highlight of the offense with 128 yards receiving on only eight receptions. While he was not able to score a touchdown, McLaurin had several crucial grabs, including a 41-yard catch in the third quarter that helped Washington score a field goal that would put them up by nine. The Commanders’ receiver now has 297 yards on 19 receptions in the last three games.

Week 9:

Statline: 5 REC, 56 REC YARDS

Wide receiver Terry McLaurin and the Washington Commanders couldn’t extend their three-game winning streak this week with the Minnesota Vikings in town, losing 20-17 on a field goal with 12 seconds to go. Terry McLaurin tried to get open against a stifling Minnesota secondary that only allowed him to pull in five catches for 56 yards on nine targets as they made life difficult for him and QB Taylor Heinicke all game. His 12-yard grab in the second quarter helped put the Commanders in field position to get on the board with a field goal in the second quarter.

Week 8:

Statline: 6 REC, 113 REC YARDS

Terry McLaurin was a major factor in the Washington Commanders’ 17-16 road victory over the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday afternoon. Targeted eight times by backup quarterback Heinicke, McLaurin nabbed six receptions for a game-high 113 yards, more than double the yards of the second-leading receiver for Washington Sunday in running back Antonio Gibson who had seven receptions for 58 yards. McLaurin’s 33-yard reception with 41 seconds left put the Commanders at the one-yard line en route to a TD run by Heinicke that put them ahead by one with only 22 seconds left. With Washington now even on the year at 4-4, McLaurin and his teammates hope to move above .500 next week when they host the 6-1 Minnesota Vikings.

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