I like Robert Woods more than most people, I think. I like that they keep him heavily involved as a pass catcher, and I like that they also feed him the ball on end-arounds.

Woods is good on those running plays. He tends to average about 9-10 rushing yards per week, and three years in a row he’s run for a touchdown.

He’s also caught 90 passes in back-to-back seasons.

When you mix the rushing and the receiving together, Woods is one of only three wide receivers who’s handled the ball at least 100 times in each of the last three years. (DeAndre Hopkins and Keenan Allen are the others).

There’s some hype on these rookie receivers – Chase, Waddle, DeVonta – but I will take Woods before all of those guys.

2018Adam Thielen, Min.5-30-0113-1373-91,4039
2020Allen Robinson, Chi.1-(-1)-0102-1250-61,2496
2018Antonio Brown, Pitt.0-0-0104-1297-151,29715
2020Curtis Samuel, Car.41-200-277-851-31,0515
2018Davante Adams, G.B.0-0-0111-1386-131,38613
2020Davante Adams, G.B.0-0-0115-1374-181,37418
2020DeAndre Hopkins, Ariz.1-1-0115-1407-61,4086
2018DeAndre Hopkins, Hou.1-(-7)-0115-1572-111,56511
2019DeAndre Hopkins, Hou.2-18-0104-1165-71,1837
2018JuJu Smith-Schuster, Pitt.1-13-0111-1426-71,4397
2019Julian Edelman, N.E.8-27-0100-1117-61,1446
2018Julio Jones, Atl.2-12-0113-1677-81,6898
2019Julio Jones, Atl.2-(-3)-099-1394-61,3916
2018Keenan Allen, LAC9-75-097-1196-61,2716
2019Keenan Allen, LAC3-16-0104-1199-61,2156
2020Keenan Allen, LAC1-(-1)-0100-992-89918
2018Michael Thomas, N.O.0-0-0125-1405-91,4059
2019Michael Thomas, N.O.1-(-9)-0149-1725-91,7169
2018Robert Woods, LAR19-157-186-1219-61,3767
2019Robert Woods, LAR17-115-190-1134-21,2493
2020Robert Woods, LAR24-155-290-936-61,0918
2020Stefon Diggs, Buff.1-1-0127-1535-81,5368
2018Stefon Diggs, Min.10-62-0102-1021-91,0839
2020Tyler Lockett, Sea.0-0-0100-1054-101,05410
2018Tyreek Hill, K.C.22-151-187-1479-121,63014
2020Tyreek Hill, K.C.13-123-287-1276-151,39917

—Ian Allan