Malcom Floyd, WR, Chargers
|WR - #80||175.22||SD||Active||11 years||33||6'5||225|
2014 Outlook: Deep-league OnlyLast updated on Jul-02-2014 by Jeb Gorham
Malcom Floyd suffered a season-ending neck injury in Week 2 of the 2013 season and despite some early predictions that he would not fair well in recovery, the former Wyoming Cowboy is progressing nicely. He will likely begin the season opposite Keenan Allen. His best skill, working downfield on some deep plays, should help open up an offense that lacked a consistent deep threat a year ago. Rivers is at his best airing it out and using play-action to give his receivers more time to get downfield. It isn't unreasonable to assume the Chargers can keep two receivers productive enough for fantasy. Floyd's main competition for targets will actually come from tight ends Antonio Gates and Ladarius Green. Until he strings together a few good performances while also staying healthy, Floyd is better off on waivers in standard 12-team leagues. In deeper formats, such as the FFWC Draft-N-Go from June 17, Floyd was drafted in the 22nd round (12 teams).
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