Stafford was acquired from the Detroit Lions in exchange for Jared Goff and two first-round draft picks while Jackson was signed as a free agent. Woods praised the blockbuster acquisitions on "Good Morning Football."
"Excited for what (Stafford) brings to our offense, just seeing what he did in Detroit," the Rams wideout said, according to Kevin Patra of NFL.com. "Many, many passing yards every single season. Just got to get these wins and these playoff wins with him. Really, his addition to our offense (plus) adding DeSean Jackson, our offense is looking loaded once again."
The Rams made the playoffs in three of their last four seasons but their firepower has declined over the years. Los Angeles averaged 32.9 points per game during its 2018 campaign but this figure dropped to a measly 23.3 last season, good for 22nd in the NFL.
Stafford and Jackson are expected to help address these issues. The 33-year-old signal-caller has over 45,000 passing yards to his name, while Jackson is a dangerous deep threat. The veteran wideout has been limited to just eight games over the last two years but has led the league in yards per reception four times over his career.
"It's really dangerous for our offense to have so many weapons to go along with me and Cooper (Kupp)," Woods said. "Just the speed and all the threats on the field partnering with Matthew Stafford, this offense is going to be very, very dangerous."
The Rams' renovated 2021 offense includes Stafford, Jackson, Woods, Kupp, and Cam Akers, among others.