Robert Woods gets back on the fantasy map against Jags

Sam Greenwood

The Bills wide receiver found the end zone against the Jaguars in Week 15. We break down the fantasy implications.

Buffalo Bills wide receiver Robert Woods caught five passes for 82 yards and a touchdown in the team's 27-20 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 15. Woods was targeted six times by quarterback E.J. Manuel.

Fantasy impact: It became quite clear at the start of the season that Woods had more chemistry with Manuel than any other Bills receiver. Teammate Stevie Johnson was held to just one catch in the game.

Woods' chemistry with Manuel is troublesome for fantasy owners for a pair of reasons. First, although Woods started the season connecting with Manuel, he fell off the map when Manuel went down with an injury. That means he probably wasn't on the radar most fantasy owners at this point in the season.

The second reason it's tough to predict Woods' production next week against the Miami Dolphins is that Johnson is still the team's No. 1 receiver. It's hard to predict which of the two will do well next week.

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