4. Robert Woods vs. Bryce Callahan
Since Cooper Kupp has been injured, Robert Woods has spent the majority of his time lined up in the slot. That means a date against Bryce Callahan. Callahan has been solid this season, allowing 8.2 yards per target. On the other end, Robert Woods is picking up over 9 yards per catch.
What is interesting to note is that Woods has an average depth of target of 10.2 yards, while Callahan is only 6.4. This likely has to do with the help in pass rush of the Bears that teams cannot go deep down the field. The Bears have also not faced a team quite like the Rams, though.
One area where Woods seems to excel and Callahan and struggles are curl routes. If Woods can get enough depth as he usually does, this would be a chain mover for the Rams. If Callahan can step up, it would be a huge win that could force punts.
Woods also lines up in the slot because he is such a strong run blocker. However, Callahan is excellent as a blitzed and is vicious against the run. This underrated matchup will be worth spending time on Sunday following.