Latest Update Floyd Catches Lone TD of Game vs Raiders Mon Nov, 17, 02:37 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 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
Floyd was the Bolts' most consistent pass-catcher Sunday, catching 80-percent of his targets for 60 yards. Phillip Rivers threw three interceptions and the Chargers were blanked, making it tough for anyone to produce solid fantasy value. Floyd will be a nice WR3 against Oakland after the Charger's week 10 bye.Analyst: Spencer Silva
Floyd was targeted as deep a number of times, but he was double covered at every turn. In fact, it was an attempted pass (turned interception) to Floyd near the endzone that effectively extinguished the hopes of the Chargers. As long as Floyd is healthy he'll be a usable fantasy player as Phillip Rivers's unquestioned deep target. He's probably going to lay you some eggs, but he can also throw down double-digit points on a single play. He'll be on the WR3 radar against the Dolphins Nov. 2nd. Analyst: Spencer Silva
Floyd owners can breathe a sigh of relief. He is fine and will be able to return to Thursday night's game without issue.Analyst: David Kerr