Michael Floyd WR ARI 5 Days
Floyd caught 2-of-8 targets for 41 yards in Sunday's 35-6 loss to the Seahawks.
Floyd made a 32-yard catch over Richard Sherman in the third quarter, when Ryan Lindley surprisingly threw a perfect pass to beat strong coverage. The play was an aberration, as the Cardinals otherwise found it tough to complete even shorter passes, with Lindley finishing just 18-of-44 for 216 yards. Floyd tied John Brown for second on the team in targets, trailing only Larry Fitzgerald's 11. Remarkably disappointing since Week 3, Floyd will be a shaky option for Week 17 against the 49ers, even if Drew Stanton (knee) returns.
Michael Floyd WR ARI 15 Days
Floyd caught 2-of-3 targets for 55 yards in Thursday's 12-6 win over the Rams.
Floyd blew past the defense for a 49-yard reception in the first half, and he drew a 36-yard pass interference penalty in the third quarter. He also got a look deep down the field on the game's opening drive, but it didn't count as an official target because of a defensive penalty. Floyd thus finished fifth on the team with just three targets, though he was a bit more involved than that number would seem to indicate. He's still been one of the bigger disappointments at wide receiver this season, and Week 16 doesn't offer much hope for a breakout. Drew Stanton was forced out of Thursday's game with a knee injury, leaving Ryan Lindley as the possible starter for a dreadful Week 16 matchup with the Seahawks.
Michael Floyd WR ARI 19 Days
Floyd corralled four balls (on seven targets) for 85 yards during Sunday's victory against the Chiefs.
With his running mate, Larry Fitzgerald (knee), back in the fold after a two-game absence, Floyd found more room to operate and proceeded to put together his most productive outing, yard-wise, since Week 3. Floyd's most-lengthy reception, a 45-yarder, placed the Cardinals in the red zone during their first possession of the second half, which was eventually converted into their third field goal of the contest. He'll next take on a Rams defense Thursday that has held wide receivers to an amazing 9.6 YPC in back-to-back shutouts of Oakland and Washington.
Michael Floyd WR ARI 26 Days
Floyd caught 5-of-9 targets for 53 yards in Sunday's loss at Atlanta. He also lost a fumble.
Floyd followed up last week's goose egg by posting solid, albeit unspectacular numbers. He made a tough grab in traffic at one point, but negated the positive play with a fumble, as he fought for extra yardage. He's been very inconsistent this season, although he's generally performed better with Drew Stanton at QB, as opposed to Carson Palmer. In any event, Floyd will have a tough task next week, facing the Chiefs, who have the stingiest pass defense in the league.
Michael Floyd WR ARI 1 Month3 Comments
Floyd was held without a catch, getting just two targets, in Sunday's 19-3 loss at Seattle.
It was a tough matchup against Richard Sherman and company, but there's really no excuse for a catchless performance, especially given Floyd's physical talent. In fact, it was Floyd's second zero-catch outing in the last month. In any event, he'll look to rebound next week at Atlanta.
Michael Floyd WR ARI 1 Month
Floyd caught 2-of-5 targets for 54 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday's 14-6 win over the Lions.
Floyd provided all the offense for the Cardinals, with a pair of first-quarter touchdowns. The first score came on a pretty 42-yard bomb, in which Floyd simply boxed out a defender in the end zone, and his second touchdown from 12-yards out, showed his length and leaping ability. Unfortunately, Floyd didn't have any other receptions, although Drew Stanton underthrew him when he was open on a long ball at one point in the first half. One thing of concern for Floyd is that he tends to disappear in the second half of games; he scored first half touchdowns in both Weeks 6 and 7, but did literally nothing over the final 30 minutes of each game. On a positive note, he's shown a good rapport with Stanton this year, especially on deeper routes. He'll have his hands full next week, facing Seattle on the road.
Michael Floyd WR ARI 2 Months9 Comments
Floyd played 58 of the Cardinals' 66 offensive snaps during Sunday's win over the Rams, FOX Sports 910 Phoenix reports.
Floyd earned run-of-the-mill looks in the offense, but his production lagged for a third consecutive game, a span in which he's accumulated five catches (on 13 targets) for 47 yards and no touchdowns. He was seemingly on pace for a breakout campaign after recording two 100-yard receiving efforts in the first three contests this season. However, he's failed to surpass 50 yards one time in Arizona's past six outings, despite picking up five targets per game during that stretch. Perhaps his knee is more of a bother than the team is letting on, but his upcoming opponent, the Lions, hasn't exactly been yielding to wideouts in 2014, giving up a league-best four scores to the position through nine tilts. As a result, owners may want to turn to a more reliable option in Week 11, if one exists.
Michael Floyd WR ARI 2 Months
Floyd (knee) had four catches on five targets for 36 yards Sunday against the Cowboys.
One week after getting completely shut out on four targets, Floyd was at least able to catch a pass, though he wasn't able to get any long gains down the field. Floyd's been very up-and-down this season, with his fantasy value very dependent on breaking one or two long pass plays per game, which makes him a very inconsistent fantasy performer. Up next is a Week 10 matchup against a Rams defense that is much better against the pass than the run this season.
Michael Floyd WR ARI 2 Months
Floyd (knee) is active for Sunday's game in Dallas, the Cardinals' official site reports.
One week removed from his first catch-free outing since Week 2 of the 2012 season, Floyd is a decent bet to prosper against a Cowboys defense that has given up 13.3 YPC and nine touchdowns to wideouts this year.
Michael Floyd WR ARI 2 Months
Floyd (knee) is probable for Sunday's game against Dallas.
Floyd practiced fully all week, so his health isn't in question. His up-and-down role makes him a bit more hit-or-miss than his owners probably anticipated when they selected him early in drafts prior to the season, however.