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.
Chandler caught a pass over the middle at about the 10-yard line early in the fourht quarter and outmuscled a defender into the end zone for a 29-yard touchdown that cut his team's deficit to two points. Unfortunately, the Bills were again down by two scores when Robert Woods hauled in a 30-yard touchdown with just 69 seconds left on the game clock, and the team was unable to recover the successive onside kick.
Woods finished the game with seven receptions on nine targets for 52 yards while Chandler managed four receptions on six targets for 37 yards. Both players will square off with the Patriots in Week 17.
So basically everyone who catches passes for the
They may balk at
So which of these three can you trust? Honestly, none. Watkins is supposed to be the standout, but he had averaged just 26.3 yards in the four games prior to Week 14. You start him if you need to gamble on a big week, but in all likelihood, you have more consistent options at wide receiver.
Kyle Orton is a productive enough quarterback for one of these three to make a splash every week, but since you won't know which one, you shouldn't be counting on any of them in 12-team leagues.
They'll all face the Packers in Week 15.
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