6 things to know for Rams-Bills in Week 3 – Rams Wire

Most Rams fans know that Woods started his career with the Bills, entering the NFL as a second-round pick in 2013. He never emerged as a No. 1 receiver in Buffalo, though, and failed to eclipse even 700 yards in a single season with the Bills.

He’s been more productive in his first three years with the Rams (excluding 2020) than he was in four seasons with the Bills. From 2013-2016 with Buffalo, he caught 203 passes for 2,451 yards and 12 touchdowns. In his first three seasons in L.A., Woods caught 232 passes for 3,134 yards and 13 touchdowns, despite playing 14 fewer games with the Rams than he did in Buffalo.