Robert Woods Fantasy Football Outlook

Frank AmmiranteFantasy Sports & Betting Writer
Posted: Apr 29, 2022Last updated: Apr 29, 2022

After becoming completely overshadowed by Cooper Kupp on the Los Angeles Rams last year, can Robert Woods bounce back in 2022 following an offseason trade to the Tennessee Titans?

Robert Woods Fantasy Football WR Tips

With no Kupp to worry about, Woods has the opportunity to become the primary pass-catcher for Tennessee.

The problem is that he’s now on the wrong side of 30 years old and is recovering from a torn ACL, so it’s unclear if he’ll be at full capacity by the start of the season.


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It’s hard to trust Woods coming off a serious injury and playing in a run-heavy offense that could pass at an even lower rate without Brown. He profiles as a decent WR3 with limited upside, especially with first-round draft pick Treylon Burks poised to steal some of his targets.

Woods showed signs of decline even before his injury last year, putting up just 45 catches for 556 yards and four touchdowns in nine games. Entering his age-30 season, it appears that his best days are behind him.

The good news is that he’s never been a flashy player, so we could see him fall into that “boring veteran” category that tends to be undervalued on draft day. If Woods stays healthy and develops good chemistry with Ryan Tannehill, he may exceed his ADP.

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Frank Ammirante

Before joining The Game Day, Frank spent three years in the fantasy sports and betting industry, writing for websites like RotoBaller and 4for4football. Frank is an active member of the fantasy baseball and fantasy football community, participating in high-stakes leagues like NFBC/NFFC as well as industry competitions like Scott Fish Bowl, RazzBowl, and TGFBI. Frank is a member of the FSWA and IBWAA. Give him a shout to talk fantasy sports and sports betting.

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