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Woods was the team's leading receiver at the time, with three receptions for 70 yards on five targets.
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Woods had five receptions for 82 yards and a touchdown a last week, his first time topping 50 yards in seven games. The last time he faced the Dolphins, Woods was held to just three receptions for 24 yards.
The silver lining for Woods might be that this is a Dolphins' secondary that has been badly exposed in recent weeks. After holding opposing wide receivers to just 13.8 Fantasy points per game through the season's first dozen games, the Dolphins' last two opponents have racked up more than 80 Fantasy points.
Woods is likely to be the top option in the passing game for the Bills this week, and Miami's recent history makes this a better matchup than it might appear at first glance. Still, Woods is unproven, and makes for a risky starting Fantasy option for Week 16.
Woods was quarterback EJ Manuel's favorite target. He had a team-high six targets. Three of those targets came on deep passes, so Woods was able to show his big-play ability. He managed to score on a 7 yard catch from Manuel in the second quarter. Woods finished with five catches and 82 yards. He'll take on the Dolphins Week 16.
Woods has been decent, but by no means spectacular as a rookie. He enters Week 15 with 31 receptions for 408 yards and two touchdowns.
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