Check out the best photos from Robert Woods' 2017 season.
Wide receiver Robert Woods was one of the Rams top free agent signings of the year — making a significant impact as both a possession receiver and a vertical threat.
Here's a look at Woods' 2017 campaign by the numbers:
1playoff appearance in the NFC's Wild Card round — marking Woods' first career trip to the postseason.
2multi-touchdown games. In fact, the contests came in back-to-back weeks. The first in the Rams' 51-17 victory over the Giants and the second in the club's 33-7 win over the Texans.
3rd-and-33. On 3rd-and-33 from the Giants' 47-yard line, the USC product took a screen pass 52 yards to the house. It was the first time any NFL team had converted a third down with at least 30 yards to go in 28 years.
4thhighest output in a postseason game in Rams history and 4th receiver in franchise history to post at least 100 receiving yards in his postseason debut. Woods notched a team-high nine receptions for 142 yards in the Rams playoff loss to the Falcons.
5touchdowns scored, which ties the highest total of his career (five touchdowns in 2014). The number is also
good for No. 3 on the team — tied with wide receiver Cooper Kupp.
12games played during the 2017 regular season. This season was the most productive of Woods' career even though he missed three games with a shoulder injury.
56catches. Woods was one of quarterback Jared Goff's favorite targets this season. He finished the year ranked No. 3 on the team in both amount of targets (85) and overall receptions (56).
94 yard touchdown — Goff's 94-yard touchdown pass to Woods is the longest play from scrimmage by a Rams player since Bucky Pope caught a 95-yard touchdown pass from Bill Munson in 1964. It was also the third-longest reception in franchise history and the longest of Woods' career.
171yards. Woods recorded the highest single-game output of his career in Week 10 when the wideout notched 171 yards receiving and two touchdowns.
781yards receiving overall — the most of his career. Woods finished the season with an average of 13.9 yards per catch.