3. Woods didn’t record a single catch
Early on in the first quarter when Robert Woods scored the first touchdown of the game, little did the Rams know this would end up being their only points of the game.
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Normally, Woods always seems like a guarantee to record at least a few receptions each game since he’s become one of Jared Goff‘s favorite targets over the last three seasons, but Sunday was different.
While it was great to see Woods find the end zone against the 49ers, it was frustrating to see the wideout go the entire contest without recording a single catch.
And if that wasn’t frustrating enough for Los Angeles, Woods was only targeted four times the entire game against San Francisco.
In fact, Sunday marked the first time since Woods joined the Rams that he went without a single reception to show just how rough things were on offense for Los Angeles in this one.
No one needs to explain how valuable Woods has been on offense dating back to the 2017 season, and for the sake of the Rams, here’s to hoping the wideout bounces back next weekend when taking on the Falcons.
Otherwise, Los Angeles could be at risk to drop their fourth game in a row.