Found September 25, 2012 on Gridiron Experts:
Malcom Floyd is primed and on pace for a break-out fantasy season in 2012. As it seems, the Charger receiver has finally emerged from under the shadow of Vincent Jackson. Floyd has spent the past 6 seasons playing second fiddle to the 2-time Pro Bowl wide receiver, that was until Jackson signed a 5-year deal with Tampa Bay during the off-season. As a result, the door is wide open for Malcom to step in and become Philip Rivers’ new favorite target.
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