Michael Floyd, WR, Cardinals: Fantasy Football Outlook

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Michael Floyd, WR, Cardinals

Position/Rank ADP NFL Team Status Experience Age Height Weight Twitter
WR - #26 44.42 ARI Active 4 years 26 6'2 220 @MichaelMFloyd
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2016 Outlook: Quality Backup

Last updated on Jul-27-2016 by Shawn Childs


Floyd suffered three dislocated fingers in his left hand in early August in 2015 that led to surgery. His value in the Cardinals' offense was limited over the first seven games of the year (16 catches for 223 yards and two TDs on 29 targets). Michael had an impressive run over seven games where he delivered five games with over 100 yards receiving (4/106/1, 7/113/2, 7/104, 5/102/1, and 6/111), but he did miss one game over this stretch due to a hamstring issue. Over his last eight games. Floyd had 39 catches for 662 yards and six TDs on 67 targets. His success points to impact upside in 2016. Over the last three years, Floyd averaged 16.5 yards per catch with 17 TDs in 47 games. I'd love to say he has an 80 catch opportunity, but there is a third wheel in the mix at WR in this offense. In 2015, Palmer completed 249 passes to the WR position for 3515 yards and 25 TDs on 379 targets. With a healthy season, Michael should catch 75+ passes for 1200+ yards and a chance at double digit TDs.

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2016 Mock Draft Results

Month Position Franchise/Comments
2016 FFToolbox Mock Draft #1
June 12th, 2016
4.08 Adam Ronis - If Floyd can be more consistent, he will explode. He's in one of the best offenses that takes many shots deep.
2016 FFToolbox Mock Draft #2
June 27th, 2016
5.03 Roto Experts - Joe Gallina - Floyd got off to a slow start last season due to a preseason injury, but caught for over 100 yards in five of his last eight games. He has big upside, and could emerge as a WR1 for the Cardinals this season.
2016 FFToolbox Mock Draft #3
August 10th, 2016
5.01 Rotocurve - Michael Rathburn - Floyd started to break through as the #1 WR in Arizona the second half of last year, while Fitzgerald was deemphasized.
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