Robert Woods Fantasy Football 2013 Profile: Bills Need Rookie To Perform

Name: Robert Woods

Team: Buffalo Bills 

Position: Wide Receiver

Years Pro: Rookie 

Draft stock: (Rising) Woods dominated the Pac 12 for a bulk of his collegiate career, so fantasy football owners are naturally excited about the big-play wide receiver making his way to Buffalo. In addition, the Bills are moderately concerned about Stevie Johnson‘s recent injury — if the “Joker” misses a bulk of time then Woods will be even more important.

2012 fantasy impact: Unfortunately, Woods was overshadowed in his senior campaign as Heisman Trophy candidate Marquis Lee was the USC Trojans featured wide receiver in 2012. Even still, Woods was able to reel in 11 touchdowns and finish the year with 846 yards receiving.

Best-case scenario: With a strong rookie-to-rookie connection, E.J. Manuel and Woods are deadly in 2013. Finally, the Bills have a deep threat on the offense that can catch touchdowns and take the top off of defenses.

Worst-case scenario: The Bills’ offense is so one-dimensional that Woods isn’t able to break through and it remains a one-man show in Buffalo with C.J. Spiller being the lone act.

Where you should draft him: Despite a few exceptional college years, Woods has yet to prove himself. Therefore, a 13th round selection would do Woods justice and is exactly where you should draft him.

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