Commanders WR Terry McLaurin's envy
There aren't many Washington Commanders players who've enjoyed any semblance of prolonged success. This bears more significance to those drafted by the organization in recent years. Hopefully, this can change with Josh Harris' ownership group looking to make the changes needed to progress, which provides a level of comfort and excitement that simply wasn't evident previously.
Still, it's frustrating for the likes of wide receiver Terry McLaurin. The Pro Bowler was one of the few bright spots in Week 17. However, he was casting envious glances to the opposite sideline thanks to their stable structure and potential to go deep into the playoffs based on comments via Clutch Points.
"You want to be a part of something that's sustainable and you're winning completely at a high level. They've got a great staff. They've got great players. You can tell they love playing together. You see why they have the success that they do. You got to give them credit for building that team and for the players going out there and executing. Hopefully I can be a part of something like that, but I'm just focused on myself, my world and my journey and I'm going to keep working to be the best player I can be."- Terry McLaurin via Clutch Points
McLaurin just needs to ride out the storm and hope those in power can make the hard decisions needed to get the Commanders off the canvas and into postseason consideration. Things are going to look a lot different by the time OTAs get here, but the former third-round pick out of Ohio State should remain a constant.