4. Robert Woods
Speaking of steals, the Rams signed Woods as a free agent prior to the 2017 season with the intention of making him their No. 1 wideout before the team acquired Sammy Watkins in a trade from the Buffalo Bills before the start of the regular season. Even when Watkins left in free agency, Woods seemed like he was going to become the top target on offense for the Rams, that is until Cooks came into the picture of course.
Still, one of the benefits of having a receiver like Woods is the fact that he’s arguably a No. 1 wideout playing in the No. 2 role, and it’s easy to see why Goff has targeted him 18 times over the course of the first two games. In fact, with Woods seeing nine targets in each of the first two contests, there’s every reason to believe he will see the same production, if not more, during Sunday’s game against the Chargers.
Could Sunday finally result in Woods finding the end zone for the first time in 2018? The opportunities have certainly been there over the previous two weeks, so maybe Goff and Woods can finally make it happen to put them in better position to take down the Chargers.