With that, Woods has a nice sample size for us to look back at and get excited about heading into 2017. We thought it would be fun to run through his career to this point by letting video highlights of some of his top moments tell the story.
Woods' NFL story began in 2013. After starring for the Trojans for three years Woods entered the 2013 NFL Draft as one of the nation's top wide receiver prospects. He had left USC as the school's record holder in receptions for a career (252) and a single game (17, 2011 vs. Minnesota) while amassing nearly 3,000 receiving yards and 32 touchdowns, including four in one game (2012 vs. Colorado).
During his rookie season Woods showcased flashes of his potential. In this clip from Week 3 of the 2013 season Woods easily gets behind the Ravens defense for a 42-yard score.
In that game Woods made perhaps his best catch ever, showing supreme concentration in bringing in a one-handed grab near the sideline while being held by a Jets defender.
Let's see that one again...
Woods has always had a knack for making the spectacular catch, like this one from this past season in the Bills' Week 3 win against the Arizona Cardinals.
The 2016 season also featured Woods' most impressive outing of his career. It happened in Week 9 on the road versus one of the Rams' fiercest division rivals -- the Seattle Seahawks. Going up against arguably the league's top secondary Woods racked up career bests of 10 catches and 162 receiving yards.
While Woods made big catch after big catch to shine for the Bills, the one that stood out the most happened late in the fourth quarter. With the Bills facing a 3rd-and-long Woods extended himself over the sideline, somehow keeping his feet inbounds, and hauled in a throw from a scrambling Tyrod Taylor, keeping the Bills' drive alive.
And while we're at it, here are the top highlights from his entire career.
Woods' career now continues in Los Angeles. Here's to many more highlights from the WR in 2017 and beyond.