The Los Angeles Rams have their third member of the NFL Top 100 in WR Robert Woods who comes in at #76:
Making his first appearance on the #NFLTop100!@robertwoods comes in at 76! pic.twitter.com/h0YIrj73jg— NFL Network (@nflnetwork) July 25, 2019
It’s Woods’ first time on the Top 100, and it’s deserved.
Bobby Trees hit career highs in 2018 with 86 receptions (career high) on 130 targets (career high) for 1,219 receiving yards (career high) and six receiving touchdowns (career high) averaging 5.4 yards per reception (career high) adding 19 rushes (career high) for 157 rushing yards (career high) with one touchdown on the ground (career high).
Suffice to say, Robert Woods has reached the peak of his NFL career. The question is how long it lasts for the USC product and LA native.
Woods is now the third Ram to make the list for 2019:
I’m pretty confident Woods won’t be the last Ram to make the cut.
Congrats, Bobby Trees!