Is Robert Woods A Lock For the # 2 Receiver Position?

May 10, 2013; Orchard Park, NY, USA; Buffalo Bills wide receiver Robert Woods (10) speaks with the media following rookie minicamp at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Timothy T. Ludwig-USA TODAY Sports

With the 41st pick in this past draft the Bills selected Robert Woods. He was seen to many as 1st round quality and I believe the Bills stole him. What he could bring to this team is a potential 2nd and maybe even a #1 WR but the question is when?

Woods formerly from USC has put up numbers throughout his college career. Breaking records, great performances and finalists for awards were all a part of his time with USC. In that time he has put up numbers like: 252 receptions, 2,930 yards and 32 TD’s. Looking at those stats everyone I believe would notice that he has the talent to play.

Strengthens that Woods possess is everything people would want to see in a future number 1. The willingness to go over the middle and take the hit to make a catch, great comeback routes, good vision and good speed. Along with his strengthens his weaknesses are the things the players must work on that much more to improve their game. Some things that he could work on are: fight to get off the jam, 50/50 balls and has had some drops.

From the small sample we have seen so far I can’t recall anything bad coming from it. The way he plays the game could definitely propel him into contention for the 1st receiver position but for now I believe he will fit right into that number 2 slot.

 

Will Robert Woods win the #2 receiver job?

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