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Give Me 5: Robert Woods' top plays from the second half of the season

As the Rams enter the offseason, it's time to check out some of the team's top plays from the second half of the NFL season and postseason.

Here are the top five plays from wide receiver Robert Woods.

No. 5

Wide receiver Robert Woods was a bright spot in the Rams lackluster offensive effort against the Patriots in Super Bowl LIII. Woods caught five passes for 70 yards in Atlanta, his biggest of which put the Rams well within the range of kicker Greg Zuerlein.

Quarterback Jared Goff stepped up on 3rd-and-7 and fired a pass just out of the reach of defensive back Jonathan Jones and into the extended hands of Woods, who somehow held on as he tumbled to the ground. The Rams came away with their only points of the contest, a 53-yard field goal from Zuerlein to tie the game at three.

No. 4

Woods got things started for the Rams in their penultimate game of the season against the Cardinals in a non-traditional way for the six-year vet.

Goff handed the ball to Woods for a four-yard jet sweep carry into the end zone for the Rams first score of the day in the desert and the first rushing touchdown of Woods' career.

No. 3

Woods posted his 10th-consecutive game with at least 70 yards receiving against the Chiefs in Week 11 and capped L.A.'s opening drive by generating separation in the end zone and reeling in a near-perfect pass from Goff for the the first of five touchdowns — four passing, one rushing — by the young quarterback on Monday Night Football.

No. 2

The USC product found the end zone for the sixth time in 2018 Week 16 against the Cardinals in Arizona. Woods reached the new career mark with a 39-yard touchdown reception up the right sideline, in which he out ran safety Tre Boston and found a way to stay in bounds before crossing the goal line.

No. 1

Woods' top play of the season's second half came in the fourth quarter of Week 11's game against the Chiefs.

With the Chiefs up four and showing few signs of slowing down, Goff heaved a 36-yard pass into the Coliseum's airspace, but the pass was just short of the striding Woods, who was forced to track back to the ball and lay out to make the grab. Goff capped the drive with a touchdown pass to tight end Tyler Higbee to reclaim the lead.

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