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Scouting report

by Steve Andress

WAS WR Michael Floyd - Week 16 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 16 at Tennessee Titans (Saturday)

Washington has scored less than 17 points in three consecutive games. This week, the implied team total of this team is absurdly low yet again - 13.5 points. It is the lowest implied total on the slate by a point and a half. With this currently being the worst offense in the NFL on its fourth quarterback of the season, we simply have no confidence in starting any piece of this offense for fantasy in Week 16.

by Brandon Niles

ARI WR Michael Floyd - Week 13, 2016 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 13 vs. Washington

Michael Floyd had only two catches for 31 yards last week against the Falcons, but he has some value with John Brown struggling with his health and J.J. Nelson falling off a bit over the past few weeks. He’s very risky but could be worth rostering in case he can finally separate himself as a legit WR2 on the team. Still, hard to trust starting him with how inconsistent his targets and production has been.

by Brandon Niles

ARI WR Michael Floyd - Week 8, 2016 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 8 at Carolina

Michael Floyd is a little hobbled, so check his status as it gets close to game time. He had 65 yards on five receptions last week against the Seahawks and remains an interesting, albeit inconsistent fantasy option week-to-week, especially with injuries nagging John Brown. Still, with Floyd hobbled, Brown likely back in the lineup, and J.J. Nelson taking snaps, it’s hard to bank on Floyd this week, even against a struggling Panther secondary.

by Brandon Niles

ARI WR Michael Floyd - Week 6, 2016 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 6 vs. New York Jets
Michael Floyd failed to have a catch last week against the 49ers, despite being targeted three times. He has been disappointing ever since getting a little banged up a couple weeks back, and he’s now a risky guy to rely on in all league formats.

He has some upside against the Jets this week, who gave up four touchdown passes and 380 yards to Ben Roethlisberger in Week 5, but he’s still too risky to count on in most leagues. He should be considered a low-end WR3/WR4 option this week with some upside due to the matchup.

by Brandon Niles

ARI WR Michael Floyd - Week 5, 2016 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 5 at San Francisco
Michael Floyd was hobbled a bit last week and only caught three of the seven balls thrown his way for 36 yards. He did score the team’s only touchdown, however, and remains a solid WR2/WR3 option in most leagues. The Cardinals threw the ball 47 times last week, and if Floyd is healthy, he should see a nice share of those passes every game.

This week is a nice matchup for Floyd, going up against a below-average 49ers pass defense that lost their best player in LB Navorro Bowman to what looks to be a season-ending injury. Floyd should be a borderline WR2/WR3 option in most leagues if Carson Palmer starts, but he could be a low-end WR3 (at best) if Palmer doesn’t pass the concussion protocol he’s in and misses the game. Be ready for a last minute lineup change.

Update:

Palmer is out Thursday night, and Floyd is far less likely to put up big numbers with Drew Stanton behind center. Fantasy owners should consider Floyd a low-end WR3 at best, with risk.

by Brandon Niles

ARI WR Michael Floyd - Week 4, 2016 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 4 vs. Los Angeles
Michael Floyd had only four catches for 65 yards last week against the Bills, but he was targeted 11 times. Floyd was outplayed by John Brown in the matchup, but he was still on the field for 27 more snaps than Brown was. That’s a good sign for fantasy owners who were banking on Floyd being the better complement to Larry Fitzgerald in the Arizona passing game.

This week, Floyd faces a Rams team that has been very average on defense so far this season. He remains a low-end WR3 option in most leagues because he shares targets, but has upside as a bye-week or injury replacement option.

by Brandon Niles

ARI WR Michael Floyd - Week 3, 2016 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 3 at Buffalo
Michael Floyd had only two catches for eight yards last week against the Bucs, but one of them was a touchdown and he was second on the team with six targets behind Larry Fitzgerald. With John Brown struggling to make an impact through two games, Floyd has a chance to separate himself in a contract year.

This week, Floyd should be good for low-end WR2 numbers at least. The Jets had both starting WRs put up over 100 yards against the Bills last week, and had a third WR put up six catches and 92 yards. Expect the Cardinals to keep throwing the ball a lot and for Floyd to be a quality fantasy option.

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