“Scary” Terry McLaurin has set NFL records already, but this award is just for Week 3 and a game where Terry McLaurin was one of the few bright spots for the Redskins. Don’t let the disappointing loss prevent Terry from being recognized for his individual achievement.
Click on the link in the tweet below to vote for Terry McLaurin as the Pepsi Rookie of the Week.
James Dorsett neatly summarizes McLaurin’s week in this weeks Stats & Snaps article:
Terry McLaurin- The rookie third-round pick out of OSU recorded 8 targets, 6 receptions, 70 yards, 5 first downs and a touchdown on Monday Night Football against the Bears. Scary Terry led the Redskins or tied for the team lead in first downs, touchdowns and air yards (91).
He made a contested catch in the end zone to give himself a touchdown for the third consecutive week, moved the chains with a fourth-down grab and would’ve added another 22 yards to his stat line had one of his receptions not been negated by an illegal-shift penalty.
.@TheTerry_25 is only the second player since 1970 with at least 60 receiving yards and a receiving touchdown in each of his first three career games. #HTTR— Washington Redskins (@Redskins) September 25, 2019
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