Robert Woods to sit out Week 11 on fantasy sidelines

Kevin Hoffman-USA TODAY Sports

The Bills wide receiver is not sure if he’ll play in Week 11. We break down the fantasy implications.

Buffalo Bills wide receiver Robert Woods (ankle) did not practice with the team on Wednesday and he will not play against the New York Jets in Week 11, according to a report by Tim Graham of Buffalo News.

Fantasy Impact: Woods was a somewhat popular waiver wire addition in fantasy leagues a month into the season, as he appeared to develop a solid rapport with quarterback E.J.Manuel.

The pair connected a few times here and there for a long-bomb touchdown, but Woods has cooled off recently. He has posted more than 50 yards receiving only once since the beginning of October and hasn't found the end zone in the last five games he's played.

Though part of that has to do with injuries, the fact Manuel wasn't starting and Thad Lewis seemed to have a better rapport with other receivers on the team did affect Woods' stock. With Woods sidelined, T.J. Graham and Marquise Goodwin will see more targets.

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