On a night when no other Bills' receiver had more than 35 yards, Woods was the team's most impactful offensive option. Quarterback Kyle Orton looked his way 11 times, and the duo connected nine times for 118 yards and a touchdown, Woods' third of the season.
Woods has been a bit of a disappointment in his second season in the league, but is starting to turn things around in the second half of the season. He is averaging 53.3 yards per game over the last six, while scoring all three of his touchdowns in that span.
Woods is talented enough to take advantage of good matchups, and Monday's was certainly that. As defenses shift their attention to dynamic rookie Sammy Watkins, Woods could have more opportunities to produce down the stretch, but the Bills probably don't look his way enough consistently for him to sustain anything like Monday's production. He might be worth a flier on waivers, but Woods still has to show a lot more before you will want to rely on him.
With Sammy Watkins drawing bracket coverage,
It was the first 100-yard game of his career. Woods extended for a back-shoulder, 7-yard touchdown catch in the first quarter, then made an amazing one-handed grab for 27 yards down the sideline.
Woods is up to three touchdowns this season after catching three as a rookie last year. He'll play the Browns in Week 13.
With No. 1 wideout Sammy Watkins (groin) at less than 100 percent,
He'll visit Miami on Thursday.
The questionable statuses for cornerback
All others are probable, including wide receivers
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