3. More trick plays for Woods
As great as it was to see the Rams come up on the winning end last weekend against the Seattle Seahawks, the victory came with a few losses as well in the injury department after both Brandin Cooks and Cooper Kupp were forced to leave the game with concussions, leaving Jared Goff to rely on Robert Woods even more in the passing game. Luckily for Los Angeles, Woods has played like a No. 1 receiver on numerous occasions, and seeing him come up big with a 56-yard run as well on the Seahawks’ defense shows he can be used in multiple ways.
Football fans have quickly learned just how much of an offensive mastermind McVay has proven to be after seeing how quickly he turned things around for the Rams. And while most of the production for Woods is going to come in the receiving department, McVay should consider using Woods in more ground plays to try throwing the Broncos off guard.
One of the best things about an offense like the Rams is they have so much talent for opposing defenses to worry about, most of the time they never know what’s even coming. Plus, when looking at how Woods is on pace for a monster career year, his value is only going to continue increasing each week, especially if McVay takes advantage of his running abilities as well.