2. WR Robert Woods
Tennessee acquired wide receiver Robert Woods from the Los Angeles Rams in a trade this offseason. Woods was part of last year’s Super Bowl-winning Rams team, but suffered an ACL injury in November which sidelined him for the rest of the season. The consensus is that he should be healthy for training camp.
Woods is one of the better receivers in the NFL and is widely underrated. It didn’t help his case for recognition since he was on a team that also had wide receivers Cooper Kupp and Odell Beckham Jr. The Titans traded for Atlanta Falcons receiver Julio Jones last season, but the 33- year-old missed a lot of game time and saw a decrease in performance.
Woods should be what Jones was said to be for Tennessee. He will make big plays whilst stretching the field to open up space in the backfield for Derrick Henry to charge his way through. The new Titan should be a big part of the game plan in players the Giants defense needs to prepare to be ready for Week 1.