The Los Angeles Rams were a pass-oriented team in 2019, but that hasn’t exactly been the case so far in the 2020 season. With the Rams throwing it less often to begin the season, Robert Woods spoke about his inconsistent role in the offense.

“Whatever it takes to win,” Woods said, via Kevin Modesti of the Los Angeles Daily News. “I obviously want the ball in my hands, to find ways to make plays, to get it done in the air. . . . That’s just how it’s been working out so far. I’m just trying to keep it going, and hope the ball finds me the rest of the season.”

Woods is considered one of the best all-around wide receivers in the NFL due to his ability to contribute in multiple ways. Therefore, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that Sean McVay is utilizing Woods differently in the offense each week depending on matchups.

Despite some concerns about his numbers, Woods has still caught 27 passes for 329 yards and three touchdowns on 41 targets. He’s also contributed 76 rushing yards and a rushing touchdown on 10 carries in 2020.

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But the difference in this season from last season is that Jared Goff has gone from throwing it 39 times a game in 2019 to only 31 times a game in 2020. As a result, the wide receivers are seeing fewer opportunities to create plays through the air.

Of course, with Woods and Cooper Kupp getting long-term extensions, some believed the Rams would run their offense through them. However, McVay doesn’t seem keen on throwing it as much as he did a season ago to justify the extensions.

Both Woods and Kupp will look to manufacture some passing plays as Los Angeles prepares to face a tough Chicago Bears defense on Monday Night Football.