Robert Woods

#10 WR / Buffalo Bills / EXP: 3YRS Height: 6-0 Weight: 190 lb Age: 23 College: USC Bye 8

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    Bills' Robert Woods: Coming to grips with reality

    Woods, who has a very modest 3/19/0 line when you combine the last two games - to go with eight targets (one and seven, respectively) - sounded resign to a reduced receiving role when speaking with The Buffalo News this week. "That's my role here - blocking receiver," said the third-year wideout. "Get these guys going. Other teams, other roles, everything's different. But this role here for me is to get these guys free." The Bills are definitely a run-oriented team, and as long as Sammy Watkins and Charles Clay are healthy, Woods seems slotted toward the third or fourth option in the receiving game, one that won't come with a lot of looks even though he sat out just one offensive snap over the past two empty weeks. Making matters worse, Woods still doesnt seem entirely on the same page with new QB Tyrod Taylor. If you're looking for a silver lining, Woods rarely draws double teams so he could have a decent game here or there if the opponent simply gives too much attention to Watkins or Shady McCoy.

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    Bills' Robert Woods: Sunday donut

    Woods failed to catch a pass for the first time in his NFL career during Sunday's win over the Dolphins, and was targeted just once. So much for Woods continuing a short hot streak, as the Bills ran the ball all over Miami on Sunday, and when they didn't it was the Sammy Watkins Show. We wouldn't worry too much about this, as it was an odd game in which QB Tyrod Taylor threw only 12 passes. Woods is still the clear-cut No. 2 receiver and will have games where the ball comes his way often, though a healthy Watkins will be a clear-cut No. 1.

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    Bills' Robert Woods: Playing time secure

    Woods' teammate Percy Harvin went on injured reserve Saturday due to hip and knee issues. That should keep Woods on the field pretty much all the time. In the past two games that Harvin didn't play, Woods has received 19 combined looks, and he put up a 9-84-1 line in the team's most recent contest. Some of that has to do with Sammy Watkins also missing time as well (Watkins will return this week), but Woods is starting to merit a good look in mid-sized to deeper formats, and with Harvin no longer in the picture there's little reason that can't continue.

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    Bills WR Robert Woods tallies touchdown in loss to Jaguars

    Bills wideout Robert Woods had nine catches on 13 targets for 84 yards and a touchdown Sunday against the Jaguars in London. Woods led the team in all three receiving categories. His 13 targets were more than he's had in any two games combined this season, though much of that could be attributed to his familiarity with backup quarterback EJ Manuel, who got the start Sunday in place of the injured Tyrod Taylor (knee). With Taylor expected back in Week 9 following their Week 8 bye, it's unlikely Woods has another breakout performance like Sunday, though a continuance of a decent number of targets could continue.

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    Bills' Robert Woods: Snags four catches against the Bengals

    Woods hauled in four catches for 47 yards off of six targets in Sunday's loss to Cincinatti. For the season, Woods ranks third on the team with 17 catches and 211 receiving yards. The six targets Woods saw on Sunday were the most he has seen this season and more may be on the way. Sammy Watkins and Percy Harvin are both hobbled heading into Week 7, leaving Buffalo with limited established options behind Woods and team-leading receiver tight end Charles Clay.

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    Report: Bills WR Sammy Watkins (ankle) makes trip to London

    Bills wide receiver Sammy Watkins (ankle) traveled to London with his teammates for their Week 7 matchup with the Jaguars, Ian Rapoport of reports. Watkins' status for Sunday's game will not be known until later this week, but with him making the trip to London as opposed to staying home, he will at least have a chance to suit up despite suffering an ankle injury in the Bills' Week 6 loss to the Bengals. Fellow receiver Percy Harvin (hip) is not expected to play against the Jaguars, so the Bills could be starting both Chris Hogan and Robert Woods, if Watkins is unable to go.

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    Bills WR Robert Woods nabs three passes for 33 yards

    Bills wide receiver Robert Woods had three catches on five targets for 33 yards Sunday against the Giants. Woods was expected to get more balls thrown his way with Sammy Watkins (calf) out, but quarterback Tyrod Taylor spread his passes around, throwing at least four times to five different players, led by tight end Charles Clay's 13 targets. Woods has now failed to reach 40 receiving yards in three of four games this season, and with a season-high of 60, a fantasy breakout seems unlikely.

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    Bills WR Sammy Watkins sidelined for Sunday

    Bills second-year wide receiver Sammy Watkins (calf) has been officially ruled out for the game Sunday against the Giants, per Mike Rodak of ESPN. The team is sitting a number of valuable pieces in an effort to take a long-haul approach, so it'll be interesting to see if folks other than Watkins and LeSean McCoy can keep the offense rolling. Percy Harvin and Robert Woods stand to receive a few more targets without Watkins out there for every offensive play.

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    Bills WR Robert Woods stood out with Week 2 performance

    Bills wide receiver Robert Woods caught all three of his targets for 60 yards in Sunday's loss to the Patriots. He also scored his first touchdown of the season, a 32-yarder from Tyrod Taylor. Woods saw the field for 53 of 72 offensive plays, The Buffalo News reports. That's a lot better than the surprisingly low 28 plays Woods saw on offense in Week 1. Meanwhile, Percy Harvin continues to see more time than Woods, as Harvin was on the field for 59 scrimmage plays, while Chris Hogan saw just 11 offensive plays.

  • by Brandon Wise | Staff Writer

    Robert Woods finds the end zone in Buffalo's win over New England

    Bills wide receiver Robert Woods had four catches for 39 yards and a touchdown in Buffalo's 17-9 win over the Patriots Sunday. Woods was able to score on the opening drive for the Bills when quarterback Kyle Orton connected with him in the end zone from six yards out. Woods finishes the year with 65 catches for 699 yards and five touchdowns.

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