Welcome to Terry McLaurin's post game stats & recaps, where we'll be following the wide receiver's production throughout the 2023 - 2024 season! Check back every week for updates on Terry McLaurin's post game stats!
In the Week 12 defeat to the Cowboys, Terry McLaurin managed to secure 4 receptions out of 11 targets, accumulating a total of 50 yards.
Despite being the primary target for quarterback Sam Howell, their connection seemed off, especially on the deep throws where McLaurin failed to make any receptions. Consequently, his average yards per reception stood at 12.5.
In the Commanders' Week 11 defeat to the Giants, Terry McLaurin secured 5 receptions out of 7 targets, accumulating a total of 43 yards.
Despite ranking third in team targets, McLaurin's impact was most notable in the first half. The majority of his catches occurred during the initial two quarters, with a particularly noteworthy deep ball attempt by Sam Howell that unfortunately resulted in an overthrow, leading to one of Howell's three interceptions that day. Over the last two games, McLaurin, with 15 targets, has amassed 76 yards without reaching the end zone. Hoping to change his luck, he aims to bounce back in Week 12 against the Cowboys.
In the Commanders' Week 10 matchup against the Seahawks, Terry McLaurin secured 4-of-8 targets, accumulating a modest 33 yards.
His longest reception, a 13-yard catch in the first quarter, was overshadowed by the effective coverage of an assertive Seahawks secondary. It's worth noting that McLaurin had a streak of four consecutive games with 63 or more yards coming into this week, making this performance an outlier.
The Commanders maintained their high passing rate, throwing the ball 44 times in Week 10.
In the Commanders' Week 9 victory against the Patriots, Terry McLaurin demonstrated his receiving prowess by securing 5-of-7 targets for a total of 73 yards.
McLaurin's standout moment occurred in the third quarter when he hauled in back-to-back passes, amassing an impressive 62 yards and accounting for the majority of his yardage for the game.
In the Commanders' 38-31 loss to the Eagles on Sunday, McLaurin secured five receptions out of 12 targets, amassing 63 yards and clinching a touchdown.
The highlight of his performance was a 26-yard touchdown reception that marked only his second score of the season, the first since Week 2. Notably, McLaurin set a new high for targets in 2023 with 12, the third time he has reached double digits this season. Looking ahead, McLaurin faces the Patriots' susceptible secondary in a Week 9 interconference matchup on the road.
Statline: 6 REC | 90 REC YARDS
McLaurin caught six of nine targets for 90 yards in Sunday's 14-7 loss to the Giants.
Facing constant pressure early on, Washington's passing struggled initially. However, McLaurin emerged as the primary target in the second half during the team's comeback attempt. The fifth-year wideout aims to break the touchdown drought in Week 8 against an Eagles secondary that has conceded eight touchdowns to wide receivers in its first six games.
Statline: 6 REC | 81 REC YARDS
In Week 6's 24-16 victory over the Atlanta Falcons, Terry McLaurin caught six passes out of 11 targets, amassing 81 yards for the Commanders.
In the early season, McLaurin has provided steady output for the Commanders, with at least four catches in each game. Despite consistent targets, the 28-year-old needs to turn that into more touchdowns, starting with a promising Week 7 matchup against the New York Giants.
Statline: 5 REC | 49 REC YARDS
Terry McLaurin, the accomplished veteran wide receiver for the Commanders, had an unusually quiet performance in the previous game. McLaurin still managed to be among the top performers in receptions and receiving yards for his team, finishing tied for third in receptions and fourth in receiving yards.
With a chance to achieve his first 100-yard game of the season, McLaurin sets his sights on the upcoming Week 6 road matchup against the Falcons on Sunday, Oct. 15.
Statline: 8 REC | 86 REC YARDS
Terry McLaurin had a solid performance in Week for the Washington Commanders, although they fell short in a close game against the Philadelphia Eagles. McLaurin showcased his receiving skills with 8 receptions for 86 yards. He was as always, a reliable target for the Commanders' offense throughout the game.
Despite McLaurin's efforts, the Commanders were unable to secure the victory, losing to the Eagles with a final score of 31-34.
Looking ahead to Week 5, McLaurin and the Commanders will face the Chicago Bears. It will be an opportunity for McLaurin to continue his strong play and contribute to his team's success. The Commanders will need him to be a key factor in the passing game if they hope to come out on top against the Bears.
Statline: 6 REC | 41 REC YARDS
Terry McLaurin had a tough outing in Week 3 as his Washington Commanders suffered a heavy defeat at the hands of the Buffalo Bills.
McLaurin, the standout wide receiver for Washington, still managed to work in 6 receptions for 41 yards against the stout Buffalo Bills secondary who forced multiple interceptions throughout the game. McLaurin ended up leading the Commanders in receptions and checking in 2nd in receiving yards and targets for the team.
Looking ahead, in Week 4, McLaurin and the Commanders will face the Philadelphia Eagles. This will be an important divisional matchup for both teams as the Eagles will look to remain undefeated, and Washington will look to get back in the win column.
Statline: 5 REC | 54 REC YARDS | 1 REC TD
In Week 2, the Washington Commanders faced off against the Denver Broncos in a thrilling match that ended with a score of 35-33 in favor of the Commanders.
McLaurin had an impressive performance, showcasing his skills as a wide receiver. He made 5 receptions, accumulating 54 receiving yards and scoring 1 touchdown where he miraculously caught a contested deep ball over two defenders..
McLaurin's impact in the passing game was undeniable. His precise route running and reliable hands proved crucial in securing the victory for the Commanders. Scary Terry's touchdown sparked a multi-score comeback which ultimately changed the tides of the game for the Commanders.
Looking ahead, McLaurin and the Commanders will face the Buffalo Bills in Week 3. With his exceptional performance in Week 2, fans can expect McLaurin to continue to put his injury behind him.
Statline: 2 REC | 31 REC YARDS
In the season opener, Terry McLaurin & the Washington Commanders showcased their new look offense against the Arizona Cardinals. McLaurin battled through a lingering offseason injury and contributed to his team's victory with 2 receptions for 31 yards.
McLaurin's presence on the field was felt throughout the game. His skillset required the Cardinals defense to consistently focus on him as a receiving threat, which opened up opportunities for his fellow teammates.
Looking ahead to Week 2, McLaurin and the Commanders will look to continue their winning ways against the Denver Broncos. As they prepare for this upcoming matchup, McLaurin will aim to build upon his Week 1 performance.