Latest Update Floyd Goes 3-50 in Loss Mon Oct, 20, 12:07 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 has been the Chargers' best deep threat in the early-going. He's a good bet to catch a deep ball in most games, but they need to go for touchdowns for him to be viable fantasy play. He's a boom-or-bust WR3 option against the Broncos on Thursday night. Analyst: Spencer Silva
Floyd seems like a lock to play in week seven, and he will hope to replicate his week six numbers which saw him go over 100 receiving yards with a touchdown.Analyst: Colby Conway
With Antonio Gates and Keenan Allen bubbled-wrapped by the Raiders defense, Malcom Floyd became Phillip Rivers' primary target in the passing game. It was his fourth productive game in a row, which is hard to discount in spite of Floyd's lackluster track record in recent seasons. He's a low-end WR3 as long as he's on the field, something that's been tough for him in is career.Analyst: Spencer Silva
Philip Rivers will have his full complement of receivers as he takes on the Raiders. Floyd is always a threat to get behind the defense. but he probably needs to be on your bench Sunday.Analyst: Steve Pimental