The Rams Wire
It’s been hard for Rams fans to see Robert Woods go after Los Angeles agreed to trade him to the Tennessee Titans on Saturday night, but at least he’s landed in a good spot where his skill set will be well-utilized. That wasn’t by accident, either.
According to Albert Breer, the Rams worked with Woods to find the right destination, seeking a good scheme fit for the receiver. The Titans are certainly that, needing a No. 2 receiver opposite A.J. Brown, and someone who can run block on the outside for Derrick Henry.
Woods is a true do-it-all receiver and will benefit the Titans offense with his skill set, so at least he can take solace knowing he’ll be in a good position to succeed.
And like the Rams, the Titans are also positioned to contend in 2022. They were the AFC’s No. 1 seed last year and have a similar roster to the one they put on the field in 2021. So while the Rams look better now, the Titans also have a shot to win it all next year.
One more on Robert Woods: The Rams worked with him to find the right destination. Titans are a scheme fit—Woods is a great downfield threat off play-action and a strong run blocker—and great intangible fit.
This was a tough 1 for Sean McVay, so Rams wanted to do right by Woods.
— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) March 20, 2022