When the Los Angeles Rams signed Robert Woods in 2017, he wasn’t viewed as a huge name. He was Buffalo’s No. 2 receiver opposite Sammy Watkins, struggling to put up big numbers in the Bills’ offense where he was asked to block more often than he probably liked.
However, since coming to the Rams, Woods has thrived. He’s already set career-highs in yards each of the last two years, including a 1,195-yard season in 15 games this year. In every game since Week 2, he’s had at least 60 yards receiving, proving to be Mr. Reliable for Jared Goff.
With that streak, he’s just the fourth player in NFL history to record 14 straight games in a single season with at least 60 yards receiving.
If Woods records 60 yards next week, he’ll extend his streak to 15 games. That would be tied for the third-longest in NFL history, trailing only Antonio Brown (23) and Laveranues Coles (19). Woods is the only active player in the league with at least 10 consecutive games of 60 yards receiving.