Woods brought in seven of his 13 targets for 61 yards in Sunday's 15-6 loss to the Bears. Woods was the only Rams offensive player to post a usable fantasy stat line in what was an otherwise forgettable game. The veteran dominated the target share with 13, while no other Rams receiver saw more than seven. Woods has directly benefited from the loss of Cooper Kupp (knee), averaging 10.6 targets in the three games since his teammate was shut down. Brandin Cooks offers the highest upside, but Woods provides a higher floor and better PPR value heading into Week 15's tasty matchup against the Eagles' sorry secondary.
Woods brought in five of nine targets for 67 yards and a touchdown in the Rams' 30-16 win over the Lions on Sunday. He also rushed twice for 11 yards. Woods paced Rams pass catchers in receptions, receiving yardage and targets, and he also accounted for Jared Goff's sole passing touchdown of the afternoon with an eight-yard scoring grab in the second quarter. The veteran wideout now has touchdowns in back-to-back games for the second time this season and has logged at least seven targets in seven of his last eight contests. Woods figures to continue playing a prominent role in a Week 14 Sunday night showdown against the Bears.
Woods caught four of 11 targets for 72 yards and a touchdown in Monday night's 54-51 win over the Chiefs. Woods started Monday's scoring barrage with a seven-yard touchdown during the first quarter, marking his first trip to the end zone since Week 4. Although he wasn't too efficient while seeing double-digit targets for the third time this season, Woods at least hauled in four passes and topped 70 yards for the 10th straight game. The veteran will look to keep that remarkable consistency going when the Rams return from their Week 12 bye.
Woods caught four of five targets for 89 yards, adding three rushes for 17 yards during the Rams' 36-31 victory against Seattle on Sunday. Woods has been a symbol of consistency in the Rams passing attack, with five-plus receptions or 85 receiving yards in every game since Week 1 -- among NFL wideouts, only Antonio Brown and Julio Jones can say the same. He's had more than the requisite number of targets to remain a viable fantasy WR2 (7.9 per game), and with Cooper Kupp (knee) now pending a potential season-ending diagnosis, that work share is likely to trend upward if anything. Upcoming next Monday is a matchup against a Kansas City defense that ranks among the league's 10 worst teams in both catches (138) and total yards (1,730) allowed to opposing wide receivers.
Woods caught five of nine targets for 71 yards and carried two times for an additional four yards during Sunday's 45-35 loss to the Saints. Woods led the team in targets but failed to bring in a couple that could have turned into big gains. He also received multiple carries for the third time this season, though he was bottled up on both attempts. Woods still continued a remarkable run of consistency that has seen him post at least 70 receiving yards in each of his last eight games. Still, it's looking more like he will serve as the possession receiver when he, Brandin Cooks and Cooper Kupp are all healthy, which could limit his upside. Up next for Woods is a matchup with the Seahawks on Sunday.
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