In five games, McLaurin has amassed 23 receptions, 408 yards and five touchdowns, on 38 targets. What's even more impressive is that his production has come against some of the best defenses in the league including New England, Chicago and Dallas. Selected in the third round, 76th overall, the Redskins couldn't have expected this level of performance but now 1-4 on the season, have to be giddy with what the young receiver has shown. Washington has a lot of question marks on the depth chart with no clear WR2 so McLaurin's role is established and there's little reason to expect regression in the second half outside of continuing quarterback issues. That said, McLaurin has been productive without regard to who is under center. He's found as DLF's WR35 and is on the rise.