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Los Angeles Rams rookie wide receiver Ben Skowronek is set to step into Robert Woods' (knee) role for the Monday night game against the San Francisco 49ers, according to FOX Sports' Jay Glazer. The seventh-rounder has played just 37 offensive snaps in his first seven NFL games this year and has recorded three catches for 30 yards while also taking four kickoff returns for 70 yards. Woods was the team's second leading receiver behind Cooper Kupp before tearing his ACL in practice on Friday, but that doesn't mean that Skowronek will be as productive stepping into his new role. Odell Beckham Jr. will be making his Rams debut on Monday and should also have a role in the offense, all it remains to be seen how big of a role in his first game. Second-year wideout Van Jefferson will also be involved. At the very least, Skowronek is worth a speculative addition in deep leagues.
Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Robert Woods (knee) suffered a torn ACL in the team's practice on Friday and will miss the rest of the season, according to sources. Ironically, Woods' injury came on the same day that the team finalized their one-year deal with receiver Odell Beckham Jr. Woods was the Rams second leading receiver behind Cooper Kupp, catching 45 of his 69 targets for 556 yards and four touchdowns through nine games. It's a big blow to LA's offense, but hopefully Beckham and second-year wideout Van Jefferson will be able to pick up the slack. Tight end Tyler Higbee could have a bigger role moving forward as well. If Beckham still remains available in your league, he needs to be picked up immediately and could have a big role right away if he's active on Monday night against the San Francisco 49ers.
Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Robert Woods appears to be finally getting in sync with his quarterback after another strong performance in the team's Week 9 loss to the Tennessee Titans. Woods led the team with 98 receiving yards, and he caught seven of his 10 targets on the night. His 10 targets were tied for second on the team, and he's now put up double-digit fantasy points in full-PPR scoring in each of his last six games. He doesn't quite have the high floor that teammate Cooper Kupp has, but Woods is back to being one of the safer fantasy options as a WR2.
Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Robert Woods (foot) is officially active ahead of Sunday's meeting against Tennessee. The 29-year-old didn't practice throughout the week. However, while Sean McVay had indicated that he would play, fantasy managers received the update that they were waiting on. Nonetheless, it's likely Woods could still be impacted to some degree, although he should remain starting in all fantasy formats against the Titans.
Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Robert Woods (foot) will play against the Titans on Sunday. He had been listed as questionable, but there was little doubt surrounding his status. The 29-year-old has hauled in 38 passes for 458 yards and four touchdowns through eight games thus far. He has posted double-digit fantasy points in seven of those eight contests and can be comfortably started as a WR2.
Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Robert Woods (foot) didn't practice all week, but head coach Sean McVay expects Woods to play on Sunday night against the Tennessee Titans in Week 9. Both Woods and quarterback Matthew Stafford (back) were held out of practice all week, but they should both be available on Sunday night, and fantasy managers should keep them both in their starting lineups against a vulnerable Titans defense. The 29-year-old Woods has been a distant No. 2 to Stafford's favorite weapon, Cooper Kupp, this season. But while Woods isn't seeing the steady diet of targets that he has in recent seasons with Jared Goff at the helm, he has four touchdowns on the year and remains a strong WR2 play in this high-scoring offense.
Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Robert Woods (foot) missed his second straight practice of the week on Thursday. Woods will likely need to get in at least a limited practice on Friday if he hopes to suit up in a Week 9 meeting with the Tennessee Titans on Sunday night. If the 29-year-old is questionable as a game-time decision this week, he'll be a pretty shaky WR3/flex for Week 9 fantasy lineups. Woods isn't seeing the target numbers that we've become accustomed to -- he has only one double-digit target game and one 100-yard game -- but he still plays in one of the highest-scoring offenses in the league and has found the end zone four times. If Woods is active, he'll be a strong WR2. If he's out, Van Jefferson would become the No. 2 behind Cooper Kupp, with rookie Ben Skowronek and JJ Koski fighting for No. 3 duties.
Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Robert Woods (foot) took the day off of practice on Wednesday while tending to a foot injury. Woods still has two days to get back onto the practice field ahead of a Sunday night matchup with the Tennessee Titans in Week 8. The 29-year-old hasn't been quarterback Matthew Stafford's favorite target -- that designation obviously goes to Cooper Kupp -- but he's still been productive in this high-scoring offense in 2021. Despite just one 100-yard game in eight contests to this point, Woods has found the end zone four times and will remain a strong WR2 option in a potential shootout this weekend against Tennessee if he plays.
Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Robert Woods has shown some life in recent weeks, but he still lacks the high-end ceiling heading into Week 8 against the Houston Texans. Woods has recorded at least 30 yards in every game since Week 2, and he's maintained a 21 percent target share in the red zone this season. With targets going to a number of other weapons, Woods doesn't have the pure high ceiling that we're used to seeing from him, but he's still a safe flex option, at worst, this week against Houston.
Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Robert Woods looks like he's finally getting back to his consistent ways after his performance in Week 7 against the Detroit Lions. Woods caught all six of his targets for 70 yards on the day. Woods finished second on the team in yards, but he was tied for fourth in targets with other guys getting the ball thrown their way more often. Woods remains a piece of the offense, but he's not the major focal point that we've seen in years past. He'll still be a weekly flex option, at worst, for your fantasy lineups, but he's not going to have the huge blowup games nearly as often with teammate Cooper Kupp getting the vast majority of quarterback Matthew Stafford's attention.
Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Robert Woods hasn't been the elite fantasy option we've come to known from recent seasons, but he's still a solid flex option in Week 7 against the Detroit Lions. Woods scored his third touchdown of the season in Week 6 and he's currently averaging just under 60 receiving yards per game. He's still averaging over seven targets per game and has 18 more than the third option on the team. Woods has a good matchup against a bad Lions secondary, and he should still be a flex option for this week.
Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Robert Woods looked like he was on pace for another strong game with an early score, but it wasn't meant to be in Week 6 against the New York Giants. Woods caught two of his five targets for 31 yards and a touchdown in the first quarter. Woods was tied for second on the team with five targets, but that was fewer than half of teammate Cooper Kupp's team-leading 12 targets. Woods has been inconsistent to start the season, but he looked as though he was preparing for a breakout after a big Week 5. Woods has at least 50 yards or a touchdown in five out of six games this season. He remains one of the top two targets on the Rams roster, and he's a safe flex play, at worst, every week with upside.
Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Robert Woods averaged more than 132 targets per season in the last three years with Jared Goff under center. In four games with Matthew Stafford, Woods has just 25 targets, catching 15 of them for 172 yards and two touchdowns. "We just need to get him some more opportunities and that starts with me," head coach Sean McVay said. Cooper Kupp, meanwhile, has 46 targets (11.5 per game) so far. Thirty of Woods' 48 yards in the Week 4 loss to the Arizona Cardinals came in garbage time, including his touchdown. Kupp is clearly Stafford's favorite target, but the opportunities should be there for Woods in this high-scoring offense. Woods is a solid buy-low candidate through four games, and he has WR2 upside this Thursday against a Seahawks defense that ranks 27th in pass defense DVOA, per Football Outsiders.
Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Robert Woods remains one of the more confusing players in the NFL heading into Week 5 against the Seattle Seahawks. He's clearly second on his team in targets, but he's averaging just 43.0 yards per game, which is his lowest mark since his last season with the Buffalo Bills. He's also catching only 60 percent of his passes, with two drops after having four all of last season. The Seahawks defense should give Woods a nice bounce-back opportunity, but you can't count on him putting up a vintage high-end performance based on his recent level of play in this offense. Woods is a WR3/flex with upside in LA's high-scoring offense.
Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Robert Woods waited a while to get going, but he still managed to put together a solid fantasy outing in the team's Week 4 loss to the Arizona Cardinals. Woods caught four of his six targets for 48 yards and a touchdown late in the game. Woods was tied with three other pass-catchers for the second-most targets on the team with six, which shows that he's not the clear No. 2 option that he has been in years past. He has yet to clear 65 yards in a game and he's caught just two touchdowns thus far. For now, Woods is in the flex conversation, but he's not the safest player out there as he once was.
Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Robert Woods has started the season slow, as he's the WR47 after three weeks with a decent matchup against the Arizona Cardinals on tap in Week 4. The Cardinals are allowing an average of 40.8 PPR points per game, which is the 11th-worst mark in the NFL. Between a weakness in the secondary and an offense that scores a lot of points, opposing offenses are forced to throw the ball more in an effort to keep up. Woods is second on the team in targets and third in yards, but he's in a four-way tie for second on the team with one receiving touchdown. Woods is in the flex conversation this week, and he could see a bump in production with a score or a big play.
Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Robert Woods wasn't able to find the end zone in Week 2 against the Indianapolis Colts, but he still put up a solid performance on the day. He caught five of his nine targets for 64 yards. All three numbers were second-most on the team behind only teammate Cooper Kupp. After two weeks, it's becoming pretty clear that Woods is going to be the WR2 in this offense, but considering how productive this offense can be, Woods will still have fantasy value on a weekly basis, especially in better matchups.
Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Robert Woods has been one of the most consistent wide receivers since he arrived in Los Angeles, but after struggling in Week 1, he'll be looking to bounce back in Week 2 against the Indianapolis Colts. Woods caught three of his four targets for 27 yards and a score in Week 1. He was in on 77 percent of snaps, but the team didn't need him much with a huge lead for much of the game. In Week 2, if the Colts offense is able to put up more of a fight, we should see more involvement from the receivers. Woods has WR2 upside every week because of the quality of this Rams offense.
Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Robert Woods didn't have the best game in Week 1, but he was able to save his day late against the Chicago Bears with a score. Woods caught three of his four targets for 27 yards and a touchdown that capped off a 12-play, 70-yard drive by the offense that lasted six minutes and 44 seconds, their longest drive in terms of plays and time. He also added one carry for seven yards. Woods was third on the team in targets behind Cooper Kupp and tight end Tyler Higbee. His targets will likely even out over the course of the year, and he should end up as one or two on the team in targets by the end of the season. Due to the power of the offense, Woods should be a strong WR2 play every week.
Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Robert Woods has remained one of the most underrated wide receivers in the NFL. He's coming off of 900 or more yards in each of the last three seasons, and heading into 2021, he'll be playing with a new starting quarterback for the first time since he arrived with the Los Angeles Rams back in 2017. Quarterback Matthew Stafford was traded from the Detroit Lions to the Rams in March, and as of just a few weeks ago, Woods was working to gel with his new signal-caller. It was noted by reporters that he was sending bits of his own film to Stafford as well as sitting with him during film sessions during team meetings to work on their chemistry for this season.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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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