The Washington Redskins offense came out firing on all cylinders in Sunday's season opener against the Philadelphia Eagles.
Five minutes into the second quarter, Case Keenum found rookie receiver Terry McLaurin – a hidden weapon, of sorts, who played minimally in the preseason – on a 69-yard touchdown pass. Case ended the half having completed 16 of 22 passes for 257 yards. McLaurin caught three total passes for 104 yards.
Washington's offense has looked fantastic, a welcomed surprise against their division rivals.