Latest Update Malcom Floyd tallies 50 yards, TD Sun Dec, 21, 05:41 AM
At the dish, he's a great low-ball batter. Hits with good power, has good overall speed and the athleticism to play all three outfield positions. Has the ability to get red-hot with the stick.
Flaws: : Quite streaky, he gets into trouble when he starts chasing bad pitches. Could be more patient and disciplined at the plate (which would help him make more contact and get more out of his above-average talent).
Floyd converted only 40.0 percent of the passes thrown his way on Saturday but did manage to record his sixth touchdown of the season in the Chargers overtime win. With Keenan Allen out of the picture, Floyd becomes the team's deep threat and could make for an interesting start next week for those that play the full 17 week schedule with a matchup against the Chiefs on deck. Analyst: Matthew Beck
Floyd has been the model of consistency lately. In his last eight games, he has recorded either three or four receptions while recording no less than 30 yards, yet no more than 85. While the fantasy point outputs aren't as high as owners would like, teammate Keenan Allen's injury could open up more targets for Floyd. Floyd becomes a sneaky play in week 16 if Allen is unable to play against the 49ers.Analyst: Colby Conway
Though he only caught three passes, Floyd showed why he can be a serviceable No. 3 receiver on fantasy teams. He's not going to see a lot of catches, but he seems to be good for roughly three or four catches for 50-odd yards and he's found the end zone twice in his last four games. He's not someone upon whom you rely, but if you're in a jam, he might be worth a look next week against the Broncos.Analyst: Howard Bender
Floyd has been nothing if not consistent this year, catching between three and five passes in all but two games. That low output means he's dependent on long balls and touchdowns to generate points, and with four touchdowns and three catches of 40-plus yards, he's been hit and miss in that department. Floyd is reliably mediocre with dim flashes of something extra from time to time.Analyst: Paul Moses