Not only is Robert Woods an underappreciated wide receiver on his own team, but he’s one of the most underappreciated and overlooked wide receivers in the entire NFL. Sure, the Los Angeles Rams organization loves him, but does anyone really and truly appreciate what he gives to the team?
Hopefully, they do because the Baltimore Ravens would be more than happy to take him off their hands otherwise.
Since joining the Rams in 2017, Woods has accumulated 3,134-yards on 232 receptions. In head coach Sean McVay’s offense, Woods has shined brighter than his talented teammates, Brandin Cooks and Cooper Kupp. In an offense featuring those three receivers and Todd Gurley, Woods has found a way to be their most consistent producer.
The Ravens have a need for established wide receivers. Marquise Brown would dominate in the slot full-time, while Willie Snead and Miles Boykin take outside duties. Sliding Woods into that rotation would truly make them a force to be reckoned with.
The price for Robert Woods would be less than a first-round draft choice, and at 28-years old (birthday is April 10th) he could be an important facet for quite a while. Woods consistency is exactly what Baltimore would love to add to, and perhaps complete, their offense.