Found April 10, 2013 on FF Locker Room:
Malcom Floyd, WR, San Diego Chargers Player Profile Height/Weight: 6-5/225 Birthdate: 9/8/1981 School: Wyoming FANTASY FOOTBALL ANALYSIS Hey, here’s another guy I was wrong about heading into last year. I was expecting a 1000 yard season with about 8 touchdowns, instead, he had 814 yards on 56 catches with 5 touchdowns. In all fairness, had he played 16 games instead of 14, he would’ve gotten very close, but injuries happen and when a player has only one season in which he played in 16 games, you can’t really expect him to play every game. Floyd has very nice size, measuring in at 6’5″, but his lanky frame, as I mentioned already, leads to some durability issues. As far as potential going forward is, he is 31 years old, going on 32 early in the season. I still like Floyd, the player, but as far as a fantasy player goes, he just simply isn’t anything better than a WR3. I had hoped that he would be able to show himself as a high-end WR2 last year, but it looks like those days are ove...
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