Sep 15, 2013; Orchard Park, NY, USA; Buffalo Bills wide receiver Steve Johnson (13) and wide receiver Robert Woods (10) jump to celebrate a touchdown by the Bills during the second half against the Carolina Panthers at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Buffalo beat Carolina 27-26. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Hoffman-USA TODAY Sports

Robert Woods To Have Breakout Game Sunday?

As the Bills will look to win their second straight one player may be in line to have a breakout game. Robert Woods I think may benefit from Cromartie covering Stevie Johnson as he will more than likely draw rookie Dee Milliner or Kyle Wilson. If indeed it is Milliner Woods may be able to beat him early and possibly downfield for a big play. Milliner hasn’t had the greatest start to his career but many I’ve heard want him play.

Only playing in two games Woods hasn’t done a whole lot but EJ looked his way a little bit more in game 2. A two point conversion catch was in his highlights along with others. Woods from watching him just seems like a guy that runs very good routes and always has that corner guessing as does Stevie. The speed may not be electric but it’s that routing running that causes separation from coverage. With Stevie for now drawing the opponent’s top corner the chemistry Woods can get with EJ will help this offense significantly.

Another thing I like about Woods through his first two games is his smarts. One big thing that comes to mind was his offensive pass interference he took in order to break up a INT. I know the penalty is something we don’t want to see but in this case it was a good play. Coming from a rookie I was happy to see this and it also shows his head is in the game.

So as we have had two rookies play very well I’m excited to hopefully add Woods to the mix. Projections I have for him is something like 105 yards receiving and a TD. How about you? Time will tell.

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