Tom Krasovic certainly loves himself some Malcom Floyd. The U-T San Diego writer has pinned the "MVP" tag on the 32-year-old wideout for the second time in five weeks. Krasovic wrote Tuesday that Floyd was the Most Valuable Player of Chargers training camp "in a runaway." This comes about a month after Krasovic named Floyd the team's spring MVP.
Krasovic also said, "There wasn't a cornerback who faced him that Floyd failed to roast once." That might say more about the Chargers' pass defense than anything else since that unit ranked 29th in the league last season.
Floyd has made an incredible comeback from a career-threatening neck injury, and teammates have said that he is playing like a much younger wide receiver. But you can't ignore the hard facts: Floyd will turn 33 in a few weeks, has been injury-prone throughout his 10-year NFL career and has never reached 900 yards in any season. Despite this local love, it's understandable why Floyd's name often goes unspoken in many fantasy drafts.