2019 Outlook: Robert Woods

Fantasy managers should play it safe with Robert Woods and get him at 50th overall or later as a low-end No. 2 receiver. Why so late, especially after his monster 1,219-yard campaign in 2018? The Rams tend to spread the ball around to all of their receivers and the 130 targets Woods had last year won't be repeated. That makes him a little more dependent on splash plays and touchdowns, neither of which are guarantees when Brandin Cooks catches plenty of deep balls and Cooper Kupp gets a lot of end-zone attention. Woods has averaged between 7.1 and 7.8 targets per game with Kupp, so it's not like he's a forgotten man by any stretch. But with a 39.2 percent consistency rate since arriving in L.A., Woods isn't as strong a Fantasy suitor as you might believe.

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