Michael Floyd, WR, Cardinals
|WR - #12||50.91||ARI||Active||3 years||25||6'2||220||@MichaelMFloyd|
2014 Outlook: Solid/Safe PickLast updated on Jul-25-2014 by Brad Kruse
2014 BREAKOUT PLAYER: Floyd was picked by the FFToolbox Pros as the 2014 Fantasy Breakout Player. He should outperform the legend Larry Fitzgerald.
PROMISING: Michael Floyd took a step forward last year, improving from 45 receptions, 562 yards and two touchdowns as a rookie to 65 catches 1,041 yards and five touchdowns in 2013. His yards per catch increased from 12.5 to 16.0. Some of this improvement could be associated with the upgrade to Carson Palmer. It should also be attributed to Larry Fitzgerald taking him under his wing. Floyd is at his physical peak and Arizona's system has improved dramatically. At a bare minimum, his numbers should stay the same, but the consensus out there suggests he will improve again and possibly overtake Fitzgerald as the Cardinals' best receiver. If you can get him at the beginning of the fifth round or later, that would be a tremendous value. He is being drafted as the WR18 with a 43.89 ADP.
Editor's note: It shouldn't be a surprise if Floyd overtakes Fitzgerald. Floyd will see less coverage to start the season and Fitzgerald is being asked to play inside more, which typically means more short to intermediate routes. This leaves more big plays down the field for Floyd on the outside.
FFToolbox NFL News & Rumors11/23 - 'It would take a miracle' for Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald to play today
Latest References to Michael Floyd on FFToolbox:
- Week 13: Fantasy Football Sit 'em
- Week 12: Sit 'em
- Week 11: Sit 'em
- Week 11: Player Downgrades
- Week 8: Player Upgrades
2014 Mock Draft Results
FFToolbox Mock Draft July 21
|4.07||SiriusXM - Fantasy Exec - The Cards passing game will improve in the 2nd season in Arians system, Floyd will benefit the most|
FFToolbox Mock Draft July 14
July 14, 2014
|4.03||Draft Sharks - I'm targeting this guy in the 4th round of all my drafts. Floyd was a top 16 fantasy WR over the 2nd half of last season. I expect him to finish even higher in 2014.|
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