Arizona WR Michael Floyd impressing in camp
 
 
 
 

Arizona WR Michael Floyd impressing in camp

ESPN's Josh Weinfuss reports that Michael Floyd @MichaelMFloyd has been one of the 'talks of camp.' The third year wide receiver out of Notre Dame has impressed everyone. Carson Palmer has nothing but good things to say about Floyd and how he uses his size and speed to overpower cornerbacks. Floyd reportedly scored twice in camp, once over Patrick Peterson and once over Justin Bethel. Floyd tallied in a 1,041 yard season last year with five touchdowns. If he continues to improve, his ADP of 64 will continue to rise.

Fantasy Analysis:

Before the year started I had high hopes for Floyd. Lining up opposite of Larry Fitzgerald @LarryFitzgerald gives you many opportunities and Floyd simply takes advantage of those. Last season he was targeted 112 times, but only recorded 65 receptions. I can easily see Floyd reaching the 80 reception mark this season if he continues to impress. Palmer seems to be building a very good relationship with Floyd and it can only improve in their second year together. I would draft Floyd as a WR2 with WR1 upside.

Source:
ESPN's Josh Weinfuss

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