• Robert Woods

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  • , Tennessee Titans
  • 30
  • 195 lbs
  • 6' 0"
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Scouting report

by Spencer Babbitt

TEN WR Robert Woods - Week 12 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 12 vs. Cincinnati Bengals
Robert Woods is still playing the vast majority of snaps for the Titans, but his role as a low-aDOT chain mover makes for a tough sell in fantasy leagues. Woods' 69 yards in
Week 11 were the most he's logged in a game since Week 3, and he still only has one touchdown on the season. Woods could not maintain fantasy relevance with Treylon Burks out injured, meaning his odds of doing so now that Burks is back and playing well are very low. Woods is only bench depth for fantasy purposes.

by Spencer Babbitt

TEN WR Robert Woods - Week 10 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 10 vs. Denver Broncos
The return of Ryan Tannehill is good news for Robert Woods and the other Tennessee pass catchers, but he is still stuck in a run-dominant offense and will face a difficult matchup against Patrick Surtain and the Broncos in Week 10. Woods has nowhere to go but up after posting a zero in the fantasy column in Week 9, but he still is nothing more than a desperation flex play in deep leagues while dealing with very limited volume and posting unremarkable efficiency numbers.

by Spencer Babbitt

TEN WR Robert Woods - Week 9 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 9 at Kansas City Chiefs
The Titans are clearly a run-first offense, but things got ridiculous in Week 8 with Ryan Tannehill inactive as rookie QB Malik Willis only attempted 10 passes and threw for a paltry 55 yards against Houston. Needless to say, that sort of stat line spells disaster for any Tennessee pass catcher. Tannehill is practicing in a very limited capacity so far this week, so he looks questionable at best to return against the Chiefs in Week 9. If Tannehill returns this week, Woods at least enters the WR3 or flex conversation. If it's Willis under center again, Woods cannot be started as the Titans will almost certainly try to throw the ball as little as possible again.

by Spencer Babbitt

TEN WR Robert Woods - Week 8 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 8 at Houston Texans
Robert Woods fell victim to the Titans' run-first tendencies in Week 7 when Tennessee was able trample the Colts on the ground with Derrick Henry, resulting in only 20 pass attempts for Ryan Tannehill. Woods only saw four targets, catching three of them for 26 scoreless yards. The Titans' passing game has no fantasy floor with the way they like to run the ball, and Week 8 sets up similarly to last week against a Houston defense that is somewhat tough on opposing passing games but is among the worst run defenses in the NFL. Woods cannot be relied on as a fantasy starter and should remain on benches as we head into Week 8.

by Spencer Babbitt

TEN WR Robert Woods - Week 7 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 7 vs. Indianapolis Colts
Robert Woods has assumed the duties of top pass catcher in Tennessee with Treylon Burks out injured and the depth chart lacking for healthy talent behind him. Woods has 21 targets over the last three weeks, but he still only has one finish as a fantasy WR2 on the season from Week 4 when he caught a touchdown. The Titans simply do not throw the ball with enough volume for Woods to be a secure fantasy starter despite his status as Tannehill's top option. A Week 7 matchup against a Colts defense that has been tough on opposing wideouts doesn't help his cause. Woods is best left on benches this week, even with byes creeping into the fantasy landscape.

by Spencer Babbitt

TEN WR Robert Woods - Week 5 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 5 at Washington Commanders
Robert Woods caught four-of-four targets for 30 yards and a touchdown in Week 4, and he could be looking at a larger target share in the coming weeks with rookie first-round pick Treylon Burks now dealing with turf toe. Woods only has a 20% target share through four games, but the target competition for Woods at this point is virtually nonexistent. Woods has yet to catch more than four balls in a game this season but Ryan Tannehill and the Titans coaching staff may have no choice but to feed the veteran given the lack of available talent on their depth chart. A Week 5 matchup with the Commanders sets up well for Woods to produce at least a flex worthy performance in fantasy leagues.

by Spencer Babbitt

TEN WR Robert Woods - Week 4 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 4 at Indianapolis Colts
Robert Woods had his best performance of the season in Week 3 by recording four catches for 85 yards on nine targets. The latter two marks paced the team in the win as Ryan Tannehill gets comfortable operating with Woods and rookie Treylon Burks as his primary pass catching options. Woods' uneven start to the season could be an indication of things to come given the Titans deploy a run-heavy offense and Burks should only become more involved as he gets accustomed to the pro level, but for the time being Woods projects for a solid target share and can be used as a low-end flex play in PPR leagues.

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