• Malcom Floyd

  • WR
  • ,
  • 40
  • 225 lbs
  • 6' 5"
PtsRecYdsRecTDRecRuYds
00000
Full Season Projection
  • Full Season Projection
  • Dfs Projection
  • $
  • -
  • -
  • $
  • -
  • -
  • $
  • -
  • -
  • Left-scroll
  • middle-scroll
  • Right-scroll

Scouting report

by Scott Pagel

SD WR Malcom Floyd - Week 17, 2014 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 17 - Floyd vs. Kansas City

Malcom Floyd caught four balls for 50 yards and a TD last week against the 49ers. It was his sixth TD of the season.

Even with no Keenan Allen in the lineup, Floyd's final numbers weren't really any different than what we've seen much of the season. He saw a bump in targets with 10, which is the most he's seen all year. He came in averaging about six targets his last seven games.

By now we know what we're getting from Floyd. Allen may end up playing this week but it doesn't look like that will impact Floyd's fantasy numbers too much anyway. The Chiefs are a top-ten team in allowing fantasy points to WRs so it's not a great matchup. Floyd went 3-50-0 back in Week 7 against the Chiefs with seven targets.

by Scott Pagel

SD WR Malcom Floyd - Week 16, 2014 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 16 - Floyd vs. San Francisco

Malcom Floyd caught just three balls for 34 yards last week. He was targeted seven times, which has been about his average pretty much since Week 6. Only problem is, he didn't really take advantage of those targets this time in terms of fantasy production, something he's been good at doing this year. With Keenan Allen likely out for Week 16, Floyd slides to the WR1 role. However, the matchup isn't a good one as the 49ers are fifth in allowing fantasy points to WRs and Floyd comes in ranked 31st on our list, making him a WR3 option in most leagues. It's shaping up to be a tough go without Allen and likely without a threat of a running game as Ryan Mathews isn't expected to play.

by Scott Pagel

SD WR Malcom Floyd - Week 15, 2014 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 15 - Floyd vs. Denver
Malcom Floyd caught three balls for 54 yards and a TD last week against the Pats. We speculated Floyd might produce if the Pats took away Keenan Allen, which certainly was the case. Floyd continues to be productive with limited touches. He's averaged about six targets over the last four weeks and has two TDs in that span. He's a bit of a risk just based on his lack of a workload, and doesn't always put up a ton of yards, but certainly has been productive in deeper leagues.

by Scott Pagel

SD WR Malcom Floyd - Week 14, 2014 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 14 - Floyd vs. New England
Malcom Floyd caught three balls but for 85 yards last week during the Bolts come-from-behind effort over the Ravens. Floyd continues to put up fairly solid offensive totals and fantasy numbers despite the lack of targets and now the emergence of Keenan Allen over the last three games. Floyd could be a sneaky start this week, although risky. One would expect Darrelle Revis to see a lot of Allen which could open things up for Floyd. He has at least 50 yards and/or a TD now in 10 of SD's 12 games.

by Scott Pagel

SD WR Malcom Floyd - Week 13, 2014 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 13 - Floyd vs. Baltimore
Malcon Floyd had four catches for 30 yards on five targets last week. It was his first game either under 50 yards receiving or without a TD since Week 2. Floyd's targets have been limited this season but he often makes the most of them, with last week being one of the few where he didn't. This week it's a potentially nice matchup against the Ravens. Teams teams have found some success throwing against Baltimore, who ranks near the bottom of the league in allowing fantasy points to WRs. By now, we pretty much know what we're getting from Floyd most weeks. He's a fringe WR3 or a flex play who generally sees about 5 or 6 targets per game.

by Scott Pagel

SD WR Malcom Floyd - Week 12, 2014 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 12 - Floyd vs. St. Louis

Malcom Floyd continued his solid season with four catches, 44 yards and a TD, all coming on six targets. Floyd saw a stretch of three weeks of seven targets a game but that number has dropped a bit over his last two games.

Still, Floyd has over 50 yards or a TD in all but one game this year, that coming in Week 2 against Seattle. He's making the most of his limited targets. This week, it's a nice matchup against the Rams who are 24th in allowing fantasy points to WRs. Floyd still comes in as a WR4 in 10-team leagues, and owners should keep in mind it came out this week that QB Philip Rivers is dealing with a rib injury. However, Floyd's production doesn't seem to have been affected.

by Scott Pagel

SD WR Malcom Floyd - Week 11, 2014 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 11 - Floyd vs. Oakland
Malcon Floyd continued to put up consistent fantasy numbers back in Week 9. He had four catches for 60 yards on five targets. His targets dropped a bit from the previous three weeks, but Floyd is clearly making the most of them. His final numbers are great but for deeper leagues he's been somewhat productive. Throwing out the shutout in Week 2, Floyd is averaging nearly four catches per game for 66 yards.

Malcom Floyd news

'