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|McLaurin was the one bright spot on an otherwise dreadful 2019 Washington Redskins team. The former Buckeye caught 58 balls for 919 yards and seven touchdowns in just 14 games, including an impressive 5/125/1 debut against the Eagles.
He enters the 2020 season as the No.1 receiving option for the Redskins and a favorite low-end No.2 WR for fantasy owners. His 32% target share among Washington wideouts is exactly what you want in a fantasy player, and his 12 red zone targets also led the team.
Surprisingly, he fared better when Case Keenum was under center and not his former teammate from Ohio State. McLaurin's worst games came in a stretch from Week 8 to Week 14 when Haskins was the starting QB. The decline is more of an indictment on Haskins' poor play than McLaurin's, but it is something to consider when you draft this summer.
|Washington signs WR Dontrelle Inman|
Veteran presence added to inexperienced group
By: Mike Krueger | Tue Aug 4, 9:48 am
|Washington made the Dontrelle Inman signing official today. He was in for a workout on Sunday. (John Keim on Twitter)|
FFToday's Take: Inman could get some run in three wide receiver sets as the Football Team has an inexperienced receiving corps with Terry McLaurin the only surefire starter of the group. Steven Sims and rookie Antonio Gandy-Golden are also in the mix but fantasy owners should only be concerned with McLaurin for now.
| WR Kelvin Harmon out with torn ACL|
Washington WR looks forward to 2021
By: Mike Krueger | Tue Jul 14, 11:30 am
|#Redskins WR Kelvin Harmon tore his ACL while training prior to camp, sources say. The promising former sixth rounder, who had 30 catches for 365 yards last season as a rookie, now has eyes on 2021. (Ian Rapoport on Twitter)|
FFToday's Take: Harmon was used sparingly during his rookie season posting a 30-365-0 line in a less than ideal Washington offense. This should create more opportunities for rookie Antonio Gandy-Golden but it's hard to get excited about the fantasy prospects of a rookie wide receiver in this offense. Terry McLaurin and Steven Sims are the only options fantasy owners should consider.