Woods recorded eight receptions on 10 targets for 48 yards in the Rams' divisional-round loss to the Packers on Saturday. Woods was peppered with targets and led the team in receptions, though he was unable to break loose for any big gains. His longest reception of the contest went for 19 yards, though he had no gain longer than eight yards thereafter. Despite the disappointing close to the campaign, Woods racked up 129 targets during the regular season. He converted that opportunity into 90 receptions, 936 yards and six touchdowns. Heading into 2021, Woods will remain with the Rams and has proven to have a stable production profile since joining the team in 2017.
Woods caught four of eight targets for 48 yards and a touchdown during Saturday's 30-20 win over the Seahawks. Woods began the game quite slowly as John Wolford (neck) struggled to push the ball down the field before leaving and Jared Goff (thumb) wasn't at his best amid a recovery from surgery. Woods was heavily targeted down the stretch, especially after Cooper Kupp (knee) left the game, and he salvaged his day from a fantasy perspective with a 15-yard touchdown reception to put the game away in the fourth quarter. Goff will have another week to heal ahead of the NFC divisional round matchup against either the Packers or the Buccaneers, and he could look Woods' way early and often if Kupp misses the contest.
Woods secured four of seven targets for 36 receiving yards during Sunday's 18-7 win against the Cardinals. Los Angeles presented a balanced passing attack with John Wolford stepping in at quarterback for the injured Jared Goff (thumb). There were five different Rams to post three or four receptions and 29-plus receiving yards Sunday afternoon, while most of Woods' production came from a 27-yard first-quarter reception deep down the right sideline. Even with Cooper Kupp out for Week 17 because of a reserve/COVID-19 list designation, Woods endured a quiet outing in the season finale. A wild-card matchup against the Seahawks will be challenging, with either Goff or Wolford under center. Seattle has held opponents under 240 passing yards in seven of its past eight games, surrendering the NFL's sixth-lowest total receiving yards to opposing WRs during that span.
Woods caught four of nine targets for 48 yards and gained one yard on two carries during Sunday's 20-9 loss to the Seahawks. The wideout finished second on the team in targets on the day but struggled to connect with Jared Goff (thumb), who continued a poor recent run of form. Woods did little of note outside of his long gain of 19 yards and is now averaging just 45.3 yards per game over the last three despite facing two of the most porous pass defenses in the NFL during that stretch. Woods is at an even 900 receiving yards for the season and will look to add to his numbers next Sunday in a favorable matchup against the Cardinals.
Woods caught six of eight targets for 56 yards and a touchdown and gained 40 yards on his only carry in Sunday's 23-20 loss to the Jets. He led the Rams in scrimmage yards on the afternoon, and his 15-yard TD grab in the third quarter kicked off a comeback attempt that ended up falling short. Woods now has six touchdowns on the year, tying his career high from 2018, and he's eight receptions away from tying the personal best of 90 he set last season. The veteran wideout will try to stay productive in Week 16 during a trip to Seattle that will likely decide the winner of the NFC West.
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