4. Robert Woods
Remember some of the football fans during the 2017 offseason that questioned the decision by the Rams to sign Robert Woods to help fill their need at wide receiver?
Prior to the arrival of Woods, the receiving corps of the Rams was an absolute joke since no team should have to deal with Tavon Austin and Kenny Britt being the top duo to work with in the passing game.
Woods may not have been considered the No. 1 wideout during his time with the Buffalo Bills, but the wideout has been an amazing fit on the Rams, and benefitted from the chemistry developed with Goff over the years.
In his second season with the Rams in 2018, Woods set all sorts of career highs by catching 86 passes for 1,219 yards, and six touchdowns, meaning all signs point to another big season in 2019.
Being part of a strong receiving corps alongside Brandin Cooks and Cooper Kupp makes life much easier for Woods in the passing game, and the eight catches for 70 yards on 13 targets in Week 1 shows that.
As long as the double-digit targets continue to be there for the Woods in Week 2, so will the production in the fantasy football department.