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WR Michael Floyd - Arizona Cardinals

6-3, 220Born: 11-27-1989College: Notre DameDrafted: Round 1, pick 13

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Week 5: at Denver Broncos

Detailed matchup analysis coming soon.

Recent Stats and Projections

1 vs SD 1 2 0 7 5 119 0 0
2 at NYG 0 0 0 6 1 19 0 0
3 vs SF 0 0 0 9 5 114 0 0
5 at DEN PROJ-Dodds 0 * * 5 * * *
5 at DEN PROJ-Tremblay 0 * * 5 * * *

Recent Game Summaries

2014 Week 2 vs NYG (6 / 1 / 19 / 0 rec)

Perhaps most affected by the Palmer injury, whom he has developed sensational chemistry with, Michael Floyd was mostly a nonfactor on Sunday catching just one pass despite being targeted six times. Stanton did take a few shots deep to Floyd, but both were thrown into double-coverage forcing Floyd to defend the ball as much as try and make a play on it. Hopefully another weeks worth of reps with Stanton will have Floyd back on track next week against the 49ers.

2014 Week 3 vs SF (9 / 5 / 114 / 0 rec)

For the second time in three weeks, Michael Floyd had over 100 receiving yards, this time courtesy of two deep streaks down the sideline. The first, an early first quarter play that went for 38-yards, featured Floyd at the top of a 3-receiver bunch set to the right with Fitzgerald and John Brown. Once Fitzgerald and Brown broke inside, the safety over the top moved in that direction giving Floyd ample room to his outside shoulder, and Stanton delivered a perfect pass to him. Floyd's second big play, this time for 45-yards, came early in the 3rd quarter and was just a basic go-route outside the numbers. The Cardinals were in a 4-reciever set, with Floyd on the outside to the left. After Stanton was able to avoid a rusher, he stepped up and heaved one deep to Floyd who made an incredible adjustment on the ball to stop, maneuver around his defender and then out jump him to make the reception. Floyd's ability to adjust for the ball on deep throws is as good as any receiver in the game right now and what has made him the favorite deep target for both Palmer and Stanton.


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Staff Dynasty Rankings

WR Dynasty - 15, 10, 11, 16, 19
Overall Dynasty - 14, 16, 18

Footballguys Articles

Faceoff: Finding a Future Dynasty Stud
  FBG Staff - June 11
From The Gut
  Sigmund Bloom - June 6
NFC Roster Check Pre-Free Agency
  Jeff Tefertiller - March 8
How to Project Receiving Yards In 2014
  Chase Stuart - May 14
The Docket: Week 4
  Ari Ingel - September 24
Roundtable #4
  FBG Staff - September 25
Forensics Report: Week 4
  Kyle Wachtel - September 24
Gut Check No.317: Week 3 Is No Time to Panic
  Matt Waldman - September 23
Pushing the Pocket - Michael Floyd, LaMichael James and Arian Foster
  Cian Fahey - July 31
Week 3 Wide Receiver Tiers
  Sigmund Bloom - September 18

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  John Paulsen - June 16
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  Leo Howell - June 19
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  Adam Levitan - June 20
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  Brad Evans - July 22
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  Evan Silva - August 27
Is John Brown Set to Become T.Y. Hilton Version 2.0?
  A.J. Weinberg - August 27
Balancing Your Wide Receivers
  David Dorey - August 27


5@ Denver Broncos
6vs Washington Redskins
7@ Oakland Raiders
8vs Philadelphia Eagles
9@ Dallas Cowboys
10vs St. Louis Rams
11vs Detroit Lions
12@ Seattle Seahawks
13@ Atlanta Falcons
14vs Kansas City Chiefs
15@ St. Louis Rams
16vs Seattle Seahawks
17@ San Francisco 49ers