• Robert Woods

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  • , Los Angeles Rams
  • 29
  • 190 lbs
  • 6' 0"
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Scouting report

by Richard Mejia

LAR WR Robert Woods - Week 17 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 17 vs Arizona

Woods struggled last week against the Seattle Seahawks as he caught 4-of-9 targets for 48 yards and had two carries for one yard. The entire Rams offense struggled in this one and to make matters worse, Jared Goff will miss some time with a thumb injury. Even with Cooper Kupp expected to miss this week as he was placed on the COVID/reserved list, Woods won’t see the same amount of work with John Wolford starting in place of Goff. Woods will be a WR3 in this one.

by Richard Mejia

LAR WR Robert Woods - Week 16 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 16 at Seattle

Woods had a strong game last week against the New York Jets as he caught 6-of-7 targets for 56 yards, one touchdown and tacked on a 40-yard carry. Woods did it all on offense against the Jets, and was the only viable offensive player for the Rams during the fantasy semifinals. Most importantly, Woods continues to out-target, out-touch, and out-produce Cooper Kupp. Woods has been as reliant as it comes in fantasy football as he enters the fantasy championships as the WR10 in PPR leagues, truly the quietest WR1 in 2020.

Week 16 brings the Seattle Seahawks who currently rank 18th in aFPA to WRs this season. Woods only caught five receptions for 33 yards against Seattle in Week 10, however, it should be more involved this time around. Count on Woods this week to produce WR1 numbers.

by Richard Mejia

LAR WR Robert Woods - Week 15 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 15 vs New York Jets

Woods had a down performance last week against the New England Patriots as he caught 5-of-8 targets for 32 yards and tacked on one carry for -1 yard. The passing game took a back seat to the Cam Akers breakout, however, a strong New England secondary made it very difficult for Woods to get open.

Week 15 brings on the New York Jets who rank 31st in aFPA to WRs this season. Woods is in a prime spot for a bounce-back game and who better to do it against than the lowly Jets secondary. Woods should continue to see plenty of targets this week and can be counted on to produce high-end WR2 numbers in the semifinals of the fantasy playoffs.

by Richard Mejia

LAR WR Robert Woods - Week 14 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 14 vs New England

No carries for Woods in his Week 13 contest against the Arizona Cardinals, however, he did post a solid stat line as he caught 10-of-11 targets for 85 yards. This marks only the second time this season Woods failed to log a carry, however, it makes three consecutive games for Woods where he’s seen double-digit targets. Woods’ 35 total targets over the past three games mark the most he’s seen over any three-game stretch this season and it appears he has reinforced his status as the top receiver in this Rams offense.

Woods will have a difficult matchup this week as the New England Patriots rank third in aFPA to WRs this season. The Patriots shut down Los Angeles Chargers WR Keenan Allen last week and limited him to a 5-48 stat line, so it is feasible that Woods might be the focus of this New England secondary. Fantasy managers should be cautious but there is some solace in knowing the Rams coaching staff has purposely tried to manufacture touches for Woods both in the passing and running game. Woods retains his WR2 status for this week.

by Richard Mejia

LAR WR Robert Woods - Week 13 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 13 at Arizona

Woods had another strong game last week against San Francisco as he saw 12 targets for seven catches, 80 yards and had one carry for eight yards. In a game where Jared Goff and the Rams offense looked downright terrible, Woods was the lone bright spot. This game now gives Woods back-to-back games with 12 targets and makes all but one game in which he has had at least one rushing attempt.

Woods takes on the Arizona Cardinals this week who are currently ranked 22nd in aFPA to WRs this season. It has been clear all season that regardless of the offensive situation, Woods will always get opportunities to be productive. Keep as a high-end WR2 in this one.

by Richard Mejia

LAR WR Robert Woods - Week 12 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 12 vs San Francisco

Woods had his best game of the season last week against Tampa Bay, as he had 12 receptions for 130 yards and one touchdown. The receptions and receiving yardage were season-highs for Woods, as well as the 15 targets he saw in this game. In what was expected to be a tough game for Woods and Cooper Kupp, both WRs had their way with the Tampa Bay secondary, combining for 23 receptions 275 receiving yards.

Week 12 brings familiar opponent San Francisco who ranked 15th in aFPA to WRs this season. Woods had a rough go against the Niners earlier this season as he caught four balls for 29 yards and one touchdown, however, if last week is any indication of what to expect moving forward, Woods can be expected to be a rock-solid WR2 in this one.

by Richard Mejia

LAR WR Robert Woods - Week 11 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 11 at Tampa Bay

Woods had a forgettable game last week against Seattle, as he caught five of his six targets for 33 yards. Woods was working the underneath routes all game against a poor secondary and ultimately took a backseat to Josh Reynolds who led the team in production. Even though Woods didn’t produce as a WR1/2, it was once again good to see the coaching staff trying to get Woods involved with ample opportunities.

Week 11 will bring a much more difficult matchup as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are ranked 12th in aFPA to WRs this season. The Tampa defense is truly one of the elite defenses in the NFL and Woods’ production will be tied to whether or not Jared Goff can get his passes off now that the team will be without tackle Andrew Whitworth. Woods will be an upside WR2 in this one.

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