Terry McLaurin had a pretty damn good debut for the Redskins on Sunday against the Eagles. The rookie was the first Redskins rookie WR to have 100 yards receiving in Week 1 in franchise history. He ended his first game with 5 catches for 125 yards and a TD. He was on his way to another one but Case Keenum threw it just out of his reach. There were a lot of question marks about the Redskins WRs heading into the season, but it seems like the Redskins have hit on at least one of them!
The #Redskins highest graded player from yesterday’s loss to the #Eagles was rookie WR Terry McLaurin.— PFF WAS Redskins (@PFF_Redskins) September 9, 2019
McLaurin finished with an 86.4 overall grade and had a 153.3 passer rating when targeted. #HTTR pic.twitter.com/vLmcScmFA1