Robert Woods
WR #10
Carson, CA

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Career Stats
TOTAL 40 587 14.7 57 3 2 16 8 13 0 0 0
2013 BUF 14 14 40 587 14.7 57 3 2 16 8 13 0 -- --

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Selected by Buffalo with their first of two second-round draft choices (41st overall) in the 2013 NFL Draft… is the 14th Trojan drafted by Buffalo in franchise history and third wide receiver (Jim Hanna – 1960 and Bob Chandler – 1971)


Selected by Buffalo with their first of two second-round draft choices (41st overall) in the 2013 NFL Draft… is the 14th Trojan drafted by Buffalo in franchise history and third wide receiver (Jim Hanna – 1960 and Bob Chandler – 1971)



Played in 14 regular season games with 13 starts. Finished the season with 40 receptions for 587 yards and three touchdowns. Became first Bills rookie WR with 40 receptions since Lee Evans (2004).  His 587 receiving yards are also the most by a Bills rookie WR since Evans.

Vs. NE (9/8): Recorded his first career touchdown on an 18-yard reception in the second quarter.  Became the 20th Bills receiver to score a touchdown on his first reception and first since TE Shawn Nelson on 9/14/09 at NE.

Vs. CAR (9/15): Scored on a two-point conversion on a pass reception to tie the game at 14 in the 3rd quarter. Totaled 68 yards on four receptions. Three of his four receptions accounted for first downs.

At NYJ (9/22): Established a career-high with a 29-yard reception in the second quarter.

Vs. BAL (9/29): Led the team with a career-high 80 receiving yards on a career-tying four receptions.  Posted a career-long 42-yard touchdown reception in the second quarter to give the team a 13-7 lead.

At CLE (10/3): Recorded a game-high five receptions and a team-high 64 receiving yards. ... Registered a 20-yard reception in each of the last four games - first Bills rookie WR to achieve this feat since Lee Evans in games 2-5 in 2004.

Vs. CIN (10/13):  Posted two receptions for nine yards.

At MIA (10/20):  Produced three receptions for 24 yards.

At NO (10/27): Recorded one reception for seven yards.

Vs. KC (11/3):  Produced four receptions for 44 yards.  Three of his four receptions accounted for first downs.  Left game in third quarter with a leg injury.  Did not return.

At PIT (11/10), Vs. NYJ (11/17):  Inactive (injury)

Vs. ATL (12/1): Returned to the starting lineup after missing two games w/ an ankle injury and produced two receptions for 39 yards.

At TB (12/8):  Totaled three receptions for 20 yards.  Recorded first career kick return for nine yards.  Became the third Bills rookie WR in past four seasons with 30 receptions.

At Jac (12/15): Set a career-high w/ 82 yards and tied a career-high w/ five receptions.  All five receptions accounted for first downs.  Scored his third touchdown of the season. His 36 receptions on the season are the most by a Bills rookie since Lee Evans’ 48 in 2004.

Vs. Mia (12/22):  Had a game-high 70 yards on three receptions.  Posted a career-long 57-yard reception.  Was ejected in the third quarter for throwing a punch.

At NE (12/29):  Caught one pass for 27 yards. 



Started all 38 games played at Southern California en route to setting a Trojan record with 252 catches and finishing sixth in school history with 2,930 receiving yards… recorded 10 100-yard receiving games, including matching a school-record with two 200-yard performances… crossed the end zone 32 times, adding 14 rushes for 142 yards, 200 points total… returned 55 kickoffs for 1,364 yards and a score while returning 31 punts for 183 yards


• 2012: Second-team All-Pac 12 Conference selection… winner of USC’s Chris Carlisle Courage Award and the Jack Oakie “Rise and Shine” Award (longest run)… ranked second on the team with 76 catches (eighth-best mark by a Trojan) for 846 yards and 11 touchdowns… took a reverse for a 76-yard game vs. Syracuse, the longest run from scrimmage on the season… added 14 punt returns for 61 yards… generated 983 all-purpose yards on 94 touches… converted four of his eight catches into touchdowns, finishing with 132 receiving yards vs. Colorado – four touchdown grabs set a USC game-record

• 2011: Started all 12 games and totaled 111 receptions for 1,292 yards with 15 touchdowns… added 17 kickoff returns for 393 yards, 13 punt returns for 118 yards and seven carries for 16 yards… ranked fourth in the nation, first in the Pac-12 in receptions (9.3 per game), eighth in receiving yards, second in the Pac-12 (107.7 yards per game) and 16th in all-purpose running (151.6, fourth in Pac-12). … was one of only two players in the nation in the Top 16 in each of those categories… 111 catches broke Keyshawn Johnson’s Pac-12 and USC season receptions record… 15 touchdowns were one shy of the Trojan season record (tied for fifth on the conference list)… Eclipsed 100 receiving yards in seven games… combined with teammate Marqise Lee’s 1,000 yard season to mark USC’s fourth duo in a single-season…

• 2010: Named the Pac-10 Conference Offensive Freshman of the Year and a conference first-team selection as a returner and third as a receiver… awarded USC’s Bob Chandler and John McKay awards… became the first true USC freshman to start a season opener at wide receiver in the post-World War II era… started all 13 games and paced the Trojans receivers with 65 catches for 792 yards and six touchdowns… ranked fifth in the PAC with a 25.55 kickoff return average and second in the conference (25th nationally) with an average of 139.77 all-purpose yards per game… totaled 1,817 yards on 110 touches



Majored in Policy, Planning and Development at USC… father and grandfather (both also named Robert) played football at Grambling… recorded 66 catches for 1,112 yards and 15 touchdowns as a senior at Serra (Gardena, CA) High School, adding 96 tackles and eight interceptions, helped lead the school to an undefeated 15-0 mark and capturing the CIF Northwest Division title and the California state Division III championship… 2009 honors included USA Today All-USA first team… totaled 81 catches for 1,378 yards with 19 touchdowns and posted 87 tackles and seven interceptions in 2007 junior campaign… also a member of the school’s track team, where he finished third in the 2009 California state 400 meters and anchored the 2009 state champion 400-meter relay team… won the CIF Division IV 200- and 400-meter races and ran on the winning 1,600-meter relay team.

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