In five games this season (McLaurin missed the Giants game with an injury) Scary Terry has 23 receptions for 408 yards and 5 touchdowns. He has scored a touchdown in 4 out of 5 games played.
When McLaurin had a great Week 1 followed by another great week in Week 2, many people tried to put his production in context by saying that Terry was “on pace for” over 1,300 yards and over a dozen touchdowns, then quickly adding that, of course, McLaurin couldn’t keep up the pace and would cool off at some point.
He has not cooled off. In fact, McLaurin had arguably the best performance of his short NFL career in Week 6, putting up his second 100-yard game, and his first multi-touchdown performance.
Here’s a look at Terry McLaurin’s week-by-week production, and what numbers he’s been “on pace” for along the way.
In the midst of a horrible start for the Redskins as a team, Terry McLaurin is individually playing at a very high level and giving the Redskins a player to root for in addition to Tress Way.