Respect | Robert Woods

 

The production in 2015 wasn’t where it should be for a talented wide receiver like Robert Woods. He did the dirty work in the run game and still managed to finish second in receiving yards all while playing fourteen games with a torn groin. That’s why his 2015 season earned the respect of many Bills fans.

 

 

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Why it Worked:

TD #14-Tyrod Taylor

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TD #7-Tyrod Taylor

TD #6-Robert Woods

TD #5-Charles Clay

TD #4-Karlos Williams

TD #3-Boobie Dixon

TD #2-Karlos Williams

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LB Leonard Floyd

LB Stephen Weatherly

S Sean Davis

QB Kevin Hogan

S/LB Su’a Cravens

DE Charles Tapper

DT DJ Reader

CB Cyrus Jones

OT Taylor Decker

WR Corey Coleman

LB Darron Lee

CB Mackensie Alexander

WR Michael Thomas

LB Tyler Matakevich

DL Vernon Butler

Safety Justin Simmons

DL A’shawn Robinson

DL Emannuel Ogbah

LB Reggie Ragland

LB Kentrell Brothers

OT Jason Spriggs

Edge Kevin Dodd

 

 

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7 Comments

  1. Charles Territo 04/13/2016 at 1:21 am

    I have been a fan of his since his USC career. I saw how reliable he was and just knew he would be good pro. Then we drafted him! I was ecstatic. We had no decent quarterback and that I knew would limit his results. He still got good numbers. Then last year arrives? A 3 player competition at quarterback ensued up to the last game in the preseason till Tyrod was named the starter. For half the season Tyrod had chemistry issues with our WR’s. Robert was already injured but the tough man he is he kept playing. Roman proved his genius by making him a blocking WR. He knew Robert was limited going upfield on passes so he used him for shorter routes and blocking. He not only accepted that role but excelled at it. To me, he became our second best blocking WR since Andre Reed. I see his best position is Slot Receiver because of his toughness. He can take the punishment Slot guys have to endure better than any WR on our team.

    1. Erik Turner 04/13/2016 at 5:43 am

      Awesome write up! Appreciate the time and support!

      1. Charles Territo 04/13/2016 at 9:05 am

        Thank you Erik. 59 yo soon to be 60. Bills fan since I was 9 yo in 1963. In July of that year my father took me to my first Bills practice at the Old Rock Pile. Knew little about the game but loved the physicality. After practice was over we went down to the field to greet players. Near the end of the meeet and greet along comes Cookie Gilchrist. After getiing his autograph my father asked for a picture with me and him. Cookie said yes. Cookie lifts me ovr the fence/barrier and put me on his shoulders. I was the most excited ever in my 9 years of life. My tongue was too thick to speak. After a couple of shots taken, Cookie whispers to me, “would you like me to run with you on my shoulders?” I simply nodded. He asked my father if it was okay. So, off we went. 20 yards one way, same coming back. I was screaming with joy all through that run. We get back and he asks me if I would like him to run like he does in a game. Again, I nod yes. He said hold on tight as he held my ankles and I held his skull. Off we went, zigging and zagging, dipping and shucking for a total of 40 yards!! I almost peed my pants I was so excited and happy. That day so long ago a life long, true blue, die hard fan was born, me.

  2. Charles Territo 04/13/2016 at 9:07 am

    Thank you Erik. 59 yo soon to be 60. Bills fan since I was 9 yo in 1963. In July of that year my father took me to my first Bills practice at the Old Rock Pile. Knew little about the game but loved the physicality. After practice was over we went down to the field to greet players. Near the end of the meeet and greet along comes Cookie Gilchrist. After getiing his autograph my father asked for a picture with me and him. Cookie said yes. Cookie lifts me ovr the fence/barrier and put me on his shoulders. I was the most excited ever in my 9 years of life. My tongue was too thick to speak. After a couple of shots taken, Cookie whispers to me, “would you like me to run with you on my shoulders?” I simply nodded. He asked my father if it was okay. So, off we went. 20 yards one way, same coming back. I was screaming with joy all through that run. We get back and he asks me if I would like him to run like he does in a game. Again, I nod yes. He said hold on tight as he held my ankles and I held his skull. Off we went, zigging and zagging, dipping and shucking for a total oof 40 yards!! I almost peed my pants I was so excited and happy. That day so long ago a life long, true blue, die hard fan was born, me.

    1. Erik Turner 04/13/2016 at 9:50 am

      We should put this in an article on the site Charles. Great story!

      1. Charles Territo 04/13/2016 at 11:41 am

        You are welcome on 2 fronts. My comment and sharing it on your website.

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