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Robert
Woods (#17)

WR - Los Angeles Rams

Age 29
Exp 9th Season
HT/WT 6'0" / 195 LBS
Bye 9
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2020 Season Projections
Updated: Tuesday, December 8, 2020 5:33 PM
2021 Keeper/Dynasty Rankings
Updated: Thursday, May 6, 2021 6:37 PM
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2020 Stats
GAME RECEIVING RUSHING FUMBLES
Week OPP REC TGT CAT% Y/C YDS LG TD ATT YDS Y/A LG TD TOT LOST
1 DAL 6 8 75.0 17.5 105 31 0 1 14 14.0 14 0 0 0
2 @PHI 2 5 40.0 7.0 14 13 0 3 19 6.3 9 1 0 0
3 @BUF 5 6 83.3 14.8 74 31 1 3 30 10.0 15 0 1 0
4 NYG 6 7 85.7 6.0 36 15 0 1 2 2.0 2 0 0 0
5 @WAS 4 5 80.0 17.8 71 56 1 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0
6 @SF 4 10 40.0 7.2 29 12 1 2 11 5.5 7 0 0 0
7 CHI 3 5 60.0 7.3 22 13 0 4 23 5.8 25 0 1 1
8 @MIA 7 8 87.5 12.1 85 26 1 2 9 4.5 5 1 0 0
10 SEA 5 6 83.3 6.6 33 8 0 1 3 3.0 3 0 0 0
11 @TB 12 15 80.0 10.8 130 35 1 2 -4 -2.0 1 0 0 0
12 SF 7 12 58.3 11.4 80 30 0 1 8 8.0 8 0 0 0
13 @ARI 10 11 90.9 8.5 85 18 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0
14 NE 5 8 62.5 6.4 32 14 0 1 -1 -1.0 -1 0 0 0
15 NYJ 6 7 85.7 9.3 56 16 1 1 40 40.0 40 0 0 0
16 @SEA 4 9 44.4 12.0 48 19 0 2 1 0.5 1 0 0 0
17 ARI 4 7 57.1 9.0 36 27 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0
Career Stats
SEASON RECEIVING RUSHING FUMBLES
YEAR GP REC TGT CAT% Y/C YDS LG TD ATT YDS Y/A LG TD TOT LOST
2013 14 40 85 47.1 14.7 587 57 3 2 16 8.0 13 0 0 0
2014 16 65 104 62.5 10.8 699 37 5 0 0 0.0 0 0 1 1
2015 14 47 80 58.8 11.7 552 37 3 1 0 0.0 0 0 2 1
2016 13 51 76 67.1 12.0 613 34 1 1 6 6.0 6 0 0 0
2017 12 56 85 65.9 13.9 781 94 5 2 12 6.0 8 0 1 1
2018 16 86 130 66.2 14.2 1219 39 6 19 157 8.3 56 1 0 0
2019 15 90 139 64.7 12.6 1134 48 2 17 115 6.8 20 1 0 0
2020 16 90 129 69.8 10.4 936 56 6 24 155 6.5 40 2 2 1
Preseason player profiles are written in July and do not reflect in-season updates.
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Rams Restructure Jalen Ramsey, Robert Woods

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The Los Angeles Rams restructured cornerback Jalen Ramsey's and wide receiver Robert Woods' contracts on Tuesday to create additional salary cap space for the 2021 season. Ramsey's restructure created around $12 million in cap space, while Woods' opened up $8 million. The Rams are expected to restructure wideout Cooper Kupp and defensive tackle Aaron Donald as well. Entering Tuesday, the Rams were roughly $37 million over the salary cap. By restructuring their larger contracts, they should get under the 2021 cap without having to make any major cuts to their roster. Prior to restructuring, Ramsey's cap hit was set to be $22.5 million, Donald's is $27.9 million, Woods' was $13.9 million and Kupp's is $14.5 million.

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Robert Woods Has Downside On Saturday

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Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Robert Woods made the best of an iffy passing situation last week, catching four passes for 48 yards and a touchdown in the wild-card win over Seattle. But with quarterback Jared Goff (thumb) at less than 100 percent for Saturday's Divisional game against the Packers, it will hard to trust Woods in DFS due to the potential downside, as Goff really struggled to complete passes last week. He has touchdown upside, but he isn't the safest choice in this Rams receiving corps.

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Recent Struggles Make Robert Woods Risky In Wild-Card Round

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Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Robert Woods has seen a drop in numbers lately. After topping 70 yards in seven of the first 12 games of the season, he failed to do so in each of the final four games. His receptions per game through 12 games were 5.9, but that dropped to 4.8 over the final quarter of the season. Add in the likelihood of a backup quarterback taking the field for the Rams and that Woods had four catches for 36 yards against Arizona without Jared Goff and you get the recipe for a mediocre game from Woods. There are more affordable DFS plays that offer a better chance of success this week.

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Robert Woods Good To Go In Week 15

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Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Robert Woods (thigh) missed some practice time this past week with a calf injury, but he was able to increase his activities late in the week. He is officially active for Week 15 against the New York Jets. Woods managed just 32 receiving yards in Week 14, but he's been a solid WR2 for the bulk of the year with 76 catches for 796 yards and five touchdowns on the year.

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Robert Woods Has WR1 Upside Against Jets

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Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Robert Woods has been a rock-solid play all season as a WR2 with upside, and he'll have an excellent matchup in Week 15 against the winless Jets. The Rams are projected to win this game by nearly 18 points. There's the danger of LA building up a huge lead and not needing Woods' services in the passing game, but he'll have the opportunity to run free and reward his fantasy managers early in this contest. Woods has earned must-start status as one of the primary options in their offense through the air and on the ground. While he should be a reliable asset in the fantasy semifinals, he also may not blow up like you might expect.

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No Practice For Robert Woods

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Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Robert Woods (thigh) was a non-participant at practice on Wednesday. Fantasy managers will want to keep a close eye on Woods' practice status the rest of the week, as he'll be a must-start wideout with obvious WR1 upside this weekend against the winless Jets and their woeful defense if he's able to play. Woods had only 32 receiving yards in the Week 14 win over the Patriots last Thursday, but he was targeted a team-high eight times and has been one of the more consistent WR2 plays with a typically safe floor. If for some reason Woods cannot play this weekend, Cooper Kupp would have high-end WR1 upside, while Josh Reynolds would also become a pretty attractive WR3/flex. Rookie Van Jefferson would be in on three-receiver sets. Tight end Tyler Higbee would also have some TE1 appeal.

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Robert Woods Doesn't Do Much Against Patriots

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Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Robert Woods was his team's top target in Week 14, but he just couldn't turn in a ton of fantasy points for his managers against the New England Patriots on Thursday night. He caught five of his eight targets for 32 yards and he added one carry for minus-1 yard. Woods typically lines up on the outside more, which gives him the most difficult matchup with opposing cornerbacks more often than not. However, over the next few weeks his matchups get a lot easier, and he should have a safe floor as a WR2 for those still alive in the fantasy playoffs.

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Robert Woods Has A Tough Matchup Thursday

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Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Robert Woods has been one of the safest fantasy options all season, but there is a strong case for fading him in Week 14 against the New England Patriots in DFS setups. In this matchup, he's expected to be shadowed by All-Pro cornerback Stephon Gilmore, and Gilmore is fresh off of shutting down Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen. Woods has usually been reliant on volume to guarantee a strong fantasy floor, but there is no guarantee he gets those looks in this type of matchup. Against a Patriots Defense that's allowing just 21.2 fantasy points per game to the wide receiver position, Woods is a more volatile WR2 for fantasy managers this week.

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Robert Woods Keeps Things Rolling In Week 13

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Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Robert Woods had been somewhat hit-or-miss through the first couple of months of the season, but he has really hit his stride over the last few weeks. He caught 10 of his 11 targets for 85 yards on the afternoon in the Week 13 win over the division-rival Arizona Cardinals. This is the safe floor that you were hoping for when you drafted Woods as a WR2, and it's coming at just the right time with the fantasy playoffs beginning in most leagues in Week 14. While he's not going to have an 18-point floor every week, he is extremely consistent and should remain in starting lineups everywhere heading into a Week 14 date with the winless Jets.

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Robert Woods Nearly Flawless In Week 11

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Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Robert Woods took advantage of his team's perfect game plan in Week 11 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Monday night en route to a third-place finish among wideouts for the week. He caught 12 of his 15 targets for 130 yards and a touchdown. After seeing his targets trend downwards for the last four weeks, he led the team in targets and had nine more than teammate Josh Reynolds, who had been outperforming Woods over that span of games. Woods will rarely present this type of ceiling, but his floor is generally one of the safest in football as a WR2.

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Robert Woods Should Be Faded In Week 11

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Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Robert Woods has been one of the most consistent producers for fantasy over the last few years, but that is unlikely to stay true in Week 11 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Bucs have the NFL's best defense against the pass per DVOA and they also have the third-best pass-rush win rate among all teams. Woods has always been known for his consistent targets, but he actually ranks third on this team among wide receivers for targets behind teammates Cooper Kupp and Josh Reynolds. Woods is talented and remains a WR2 for fantasy week in and week out, but he's on the low-end of that spectrum for Monday night this week.

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Robert Woods Doesn't Capitalize On Matchup In Week 10

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Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Robert Woods had a great matchup in Week 10, but he couldn't do much with it against the Seattle Seahawks. He caught five of his six targets for 33 yards. He couldn't get into the end zone like the rest of his receiving teammates, and he couldn't break any big plays. His matchups heading into the fantasy playoffs are about to get a lot more difficult as well, and that's going to cause some problems for fantasy owners. If you were counting on him to carry you to the promised land in fantasy, you might want to start looking in some other directions.

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Robert Woods Is A WR2 In Week 10

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Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Robert Woods has maintained his consistency during the 2020 season and he'll be looking to continue that in Week 10 against the Seattle Seahawks. Woods sees a good amount of volume every week and he's going up against the NFL's worst passing defense. The Seahawks are on pace to give up 1,000 more yards than any other team in history. Woods doesn't have the WR1 ceiling that others have because he doesn't score a ton of touchdowns or break big plays, but he has a safe WR2 floor in just about every game, including this one.

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Robert Woods Could Struggle Again In Week 8

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Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Robert Woods had a terrible matchup in Week 7, and things don't get much easier in Week 8. The Miami Dolphins feature two outstanding starting cornerbacks in Byron Jones and Xavien Howard, and Woods is expected to see Howard for the majority of his snaps. Howard is currently the ninth-best corner in football, per Pro Football Focus. Woods gets involved in the offense in a variety of ways, but the Rams also have enough pieces that they don't have to force-feed him the ball. He's likely a flex option for this week with WR2 upside if he can find his way into the end zone.

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Robert Woods Has A Quiet Night Against Bears

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Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Robert Woods has long been one of the most consistent receivers in fantasy, but he struggled to a quiet night in Week 7 against the Chicago Bears on Monday night. He caught three of his five targets for 22 yards and he added four carries for 23 yards. This offense actively works to get the ball in the hands of Woods, and he's going to have better weeks ahead. However, he's largely a WR2/3 in most weeks unless he's able to get into the end zone. Moving forward, you're still keeping him in your lineups and you're hoping for better matchups.

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Robert Woods Has A Brutal Matchup In Week 7

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Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Robert Woods has played well to start the year, as he's the WR10 through six weeks, but his matchup for Week 7 against the Chicago Bears is going to make things very difficult to maintain that pace. The Bears are allowing just 17.4 points per game to fantasy receivers, and Woods primarily lines up outside, where Chicago's two best corners are. The matchup is certainly a difficult one, but Woods has been the Rams most consistent wideout this year as a chain-mover. Because of his consistent target share, he remains in play as a WR2 in PPR leagues, albeit one with a lower floor this week.

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Robert Woods Gets Into The End Zone In Week 6

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Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Robert Woods wasn't super efficient in the team's Week 6 loss to the San Francisco 49ers, but he managed to finish with a solid fantasy outing. He caught four of his 10 targets for 29 yards and a touchdown. He also had two carries for 11 yards. This entire offense seemed out of sync all game long, and Woods suffered as a result. Moving forward, he's still going to be a key part of the offense, but he's not going to be a contender for the very top of the position. Especially during the bye weeks, he'll be a top-24 option for most weeks.

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Robert Woods Is A Solid WR2 In Week 6

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Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Robert Woods has been one of the most consistent wide receivers in football over the past couple of years, and that should continue in Week 6 against the San Francisco 49ers. The 49ers are missing the majority of their top corners due to injury, and cornerback Richard Sherman (calf) suffered an injury setback that is going to keep him out at least another week. Woods is second on the team in targets behind teammate Cooper Kupp, and he has 14 more than the guy behind him. He's also leading the team in snaps among wide receivers. Woods doesn't have the WR1 ceiling that you would like on a weekly basis, but he has a very safe floor.

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Robert Woods Has Bounce-Back Potential In Week 5

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Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Robert Woods had a quiet game in Week 4, but he's poised to bounce back in Week 5 against the Washington Football Team. This offense has been really picking up its level of play this season, and Woods has been a primary beneficiary of that. Woods is almost always first or second on the team in targets for the week, and he also gets some work in the running game. As we've seen over the last two years, he presents a safe option week in and week out. Against Washington, he should provide a safe WR2 floor with his play.

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Robert Woods Has A Great Matchup In Week 4

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Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Robert Woods had a tough matchup in Week 3, but things get a lot easier in Week 4 against the New York Giants. The Giants don't have a cornerback that can stick with Woods with any consistency, and he's going to have a number of opportunities where he's running wide open. It's rare that Woods as the upside to be a WR1, but this is one of those chances. Woods has shown a good knack for finding the end zone this year, and it will only take some receptions and one big play to give him that WR1 week. He's a safe play again this week.

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Notes, quotes, injuries, and comments for every team ahead of Week 17 action to get a better perspective for fantasy.

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Scott Barrett's Week 16 DFS Breakdown

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Week 16 Targets and Fades

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Week 16 Start/Sit

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Week 16 Advanced DFS Matchups

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Week 15 Injury Report

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Week 15 Vantage Points

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Notes, quotes, stats, and comments for every team ahead of Week 15 action to get a better perspective for fantasy.

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Scott Barrett's Week 13 DFS Breakdown

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Notes, quotes, stats, and comments for every team ahead of Week 13 action to get a better perspective for fantasy.

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Week 3 DFS WR/CB Matchups

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A look at both beneficial and dangerous WR/CB matchups to help with start/sit and DFS lineup positions.

Week 2 Contrarian DFS Angles

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