3. Terry McLaurin, WSH
Since McLaurin was drafted in the third round of the 2019 NFL Draft, the Commanders have rotated between 10 different quarterbacks during that span -- Case Keenum, Dwayne Haskins, Colt McCoy, Alex Smith, Kyle Allen, Taylor Heinicke, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Garrett Gilbert, Carson Wentz, and Sam Howell.
Despite the quarterback play, McLaurin has put up big numbers every year. In three of his four NFL seasons, he has reached over 75 catches and 1,000 yards. The only year he missed that mark was in his rookie campaign.
The team tried to get a veteran in Wentz to lead things in Washington in 2022. But that didn't turn out too well.
McLaurin still put together a career year in his fourth year. He totaled a career-high 1,191 yards with 77 catches and five touchdowns. His 1,911 receiving yards ranked ninth in 2022. The 27-year-old wideout also made his first Pro Bowl last season.
It might be another inconsistent year for the Commanders' quarterback room in 2023. However, McLaurin has proven over the years that he can put up big numbers with any quarterback under center.