• Robert Woods

  • WR
  • , Los Angeles Rams
  • 28
  • 190 lbs
  • 6' 0"
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Draft note
by John Paulsen
In PPR formats, Woods finished No. 14 last year and No. 10 the year before. Brandin Cooks is gone, so naturally, Woods is the 20th receiver off the board. He has scored the eighth-most fantasy points in the last two seasons despite catching only eight touchdowns, so he could easily crack the top 10 in 2020 with a bit of positive touchdown regression. At this rate, he’s going to be an auto-pick in the fifth round.

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Scouting report

by Richard Mejia

LAR WR Robert Woods - 2020 Fantasy Football Outlook

Fantasy Upside

Continuing to be one of the most overlooked WRs in fantasy football, Robert Woods’ WR14 finish in half-PPR leagues last season was his third consecutive year finishing as a top-20 fantasy WR. Even though the second half of the season saw the LA Rams move over from a three-WR set to a two-TE set, Woods was still featured in the offense over teammate Cooper Kupp. In fact, in the final eight games of the season despite missing one due to personal reasons, Woods still grossly out-targeted Kupp as he amassed 80 targets to Kupp’s 47. With former teammate WR Brandin Cooks traded to Houston in the offseason, Woods’ consistent production is poised to take a leap forward.

Fantasy Downside

As well as Woods has produced, he will still have to contend for targets with Kupp, Josh Reynolds and TE Tyler Higbee who seemingly broke out late last season during the team’s changed offensive philosophy. Even with so many players fighting for targets, the diminishing play of the offensive line can continue to make this once prolific offense a shell of its former self, thus no longer capable of supporting fringe WR1s let alone two.

2020 Bottom Line

With all the changes happening to the Rams offense, Woods seems the be the biggest beneficiary as he saw his already stable role grow. The departure of Cooks opens a lot more opportunity for Woods and it’s clear he is now Jared Goff’s primary playmaker. We have Woods ranked 11th amongst WRs and his current ADP has him going in the middle of the 5th round in 12-team leagues. Woods has tremendous value where he’s going and is one of the few WRs going in the fifth round who have a legitimate chance to finish in the top 10 this season.

2020 Strength of Schedule - LAR

W1W2W3W4W5W6W7W8W9W10W11W12W13W14W15W16W17
6
DAL
23
@PHI
2
@BUF
30
NYG
24
@WAS
9
@SF
3
CHI
31
@MIA
BYE17
SEA
29
@TB
9
SF
19
@ARI
1
NE
28
NYJ
17
@SEA
19
ARI

Schedule difficulty based on schedule-adjusted, positional defensive ranking. Top DEF = 1, bottom DEF = 32.

2019 Game Stats

WeekOppRecRecYdsRecTDTgtsYPRRuAttRuYdsRuTDFumYPCSTDPPRSnaps%
1@CAR8700138.75216008.008.616.673/7794.8%
2NO2330216.5019009.004.26.269/7098.6%
3@CLE3400813.33218009.005.88.863/6695.5%
4TB1316401512.6200000.0016.429.496/9898.0%
5@SEA548099.6000000.004.89.867/7293.1%
6SF00040.00216108.007.67.653/53100.0%
7@ATL5800716.0016006.008.613.658/7676.3%
8CIN2360218.0046001.504.26.261/6298.4%
9BYE--------------
10@PIT79501113.5700000.009.516.577/77100.0%
11CHI--------------
12BAL6970916.1700000.009.715.736/5466.7%
13@ARI1317201913.2300000.0017.230.267/7984.8%
14SEA7981914.002290014.5018.725.769/7098.6%
15@DAL417094.2500000.001.75.773/73100.0%
16@SF811701114.6226003.0012.320.370/70100.0%
17ARI7671129.5719009.0013.620.678/8295.1%
Per game6.0075.600.139.3312.601.137.670.0706.769.5315.5367.33/71.9393.32%
Totals901134214012.6017115106.76142.9232.91010/107993.32%
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