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Terry McLaurin #17 of the Washington Commanders (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)
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Terry McLaurin #17 of the Washington Commanders(Photo by Jess Rapfogel/Getty Images) /

player. 58. . . . Terry McLaurin, Commanders.

Terry McLaurin has enjoyed big games versus the Eagles. Stefon Diggs has been steady as well.

With the Washington Commanders’ constant shuffle of quarterbacks every season, it seems as though it would be hard for someone to put consistent numbers together regularly. Somehow, Terry McLaurin keeps finding a way to get the job done.

Since 2020, He has accounted for three straight 1,000-yard seasons. He has hauled in 14 touchdowns over that span. Every week, teams playing the Commanders know that he’s their biggest threat Every week, they struggle with limiting him. It never seems to matter who’s throwing him the football.

McLaurin enjoyed four games last year where he eclipsed 100 yards receiving. Two came versus Philadelphia. One can make the argument that he loves playing the Eagles. In four years, he has burned this team’s secondary to the tune of 698 yards with three touchdowns. Let’s hope Philly slows him this year.

. Stefon Diggs, Bills. . player. 16. .

Since 2018, Stefon Diggs has established himself as one of the best wide receivers in the NFL as he has enjoyed five straight 1,000 yards receiving. Last year, he racked up 1,429 yards with 11 touchdowns. Seven times, he eclipsed 100 yards receiving.

Diggs has played the Eagles four times as a member of the Minnesota Vikings. He notched 346 yards receiving with three touchdowns. In 2023, he faces the Birds for the first time in a Bills uniform.

Occasionally, we have seen Josh Allen ignore Diggs in the passing game. It’s like he forgets he’s out there. Hopefully, that happens in this meeting.