During the 2017 season, the Rams were willing to take a chance on Robert Woods with the hope he would develop into a top receiver, which unfortunately the offense had been missing for years.
Even though Woods isn’t technically the No. 1 wideout on offense for Los Angeles at the moment, his numbers certainly look like it. The Rams’ receiver set career-highs in 2018 with 86 catches for 1,219 yards with six touchdowns.
All of a sudden, the risk by the Rams two years ago has turned out to be one of the biggest steals from free agency that season. His chemistry with quarterback Jared Goff is simply off the charts.
Similar to Ndamukong Suh’s situation, Woods seems like the kind of player that would be higher on this list if he were around longer. This means as long as he continues to play well over the next couple of years, he could very well climb up this all-time ranking.
Woods is just one of many reasons behind the successful turnaround by the Rams’ offense over the last two seasons. If fans thought he was motivated to shine last year, one can only imagine what the wideout has in store for the 2019 campaign.