Michael Floyd

#15 WR / Arizona Cardinals / EXP: 4YRS Height: 6-2 Weight: 220 lb Age: 26 College: Notre Dame Bye 9,18,21

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    Cardinals' Michael Floyd: Catches three passes against Carolina

    Floyd nabbed three of eight targets for 37 yards in Sunday's NFC championship loss to Carolina. Floyd was hampered by injuries for much of the season, but was still able to come on strong during the season's second half, putting together five 100-yard games between Weeks 9 and 16. Fantasy owners have been waiting for the young receiver to take the next step in his evolution after consistently good-but-not-great seasons in recent years. If he manages to stay healthy, Floyd has given plenty of reasons why he could break out in 2016, a contract year.

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    Cardinals' Michael Floyd: Posts 26 yards receiving, two TD in divisional round loss

    Floyd secured three of seven targets for 26 yards and two touchdowns in Saturday's 26-20 divisional round overtime victory over the Packers. While he was overshadowed by fellow wideout Larry Fitzgerald, Floyd's knack for making every catch count stood out Saturday and was key to the victory. The four-year pro's go-ahead nine-yard reception late in the fourth quarter resulted from his alert grab of a Carson Palmer pass that deflected off Fitzgerald a few yards in front of Floyd. The Notre Dame product had also opened the scoring in the first quarter with an eight-yard touchdown grab that capped off an 11-play, 42-yard drive. Floyd's outstanding size and speed will undoubtedly be a significant part of the Cardinals' offensive attack in the NFC Championship Game.

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    Cardinals' Michael Floyd: Not listed on injury report

    Floyd (knee) wasn't listed on the Cardinals' injury report Wednesday, Darren Urban of the team's official site reports. Floyd's activity level was affected in advance of the regular season finale due to a knee injury, and despite receiving 44 of 58 offensive snaps, he was contained to one reception (on four targets) for 16 yards in the Cardinals' 36-6 loss to the Seahawks. One week prior, though, he touched up the Packers for six catches and 111 yards, which he'll attempt to replicate on Saturday night.

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    Cardinals' Michael Floyd: Logs 76 percent of offensive snaps Sunday

    Floyd logged 76 percent (44 of 58) of the Cardinals' offensive snaps during Sunday's defeat to the Seahawks, Mike Jurecki of FOX Sports 910 Phoenix reports. Hindered by a knee injury last week, Floyd corralled just one of four targets for 16 yards, ringing in with the fifth-most receiving output among Arizona's options. The outing mimicked his early-season performances, when he was easing into action due to dislocated fingers, but Seattle's utter domination of Sunday's contest may have spurred a vanilla game plan in what was a potential NFC Championship Game matchup. With a bye week imminent, he'll look to extend regular season success into the second playoff game of his career in the divisional round.

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    Cardinals' Michael Floyd: Active Sunday

    Floyd (knee) is listed as active Sunday against the Seahawks, Mark Dalton of the Cardinals' official site reports. Despite turning in just one limited practice this week, Floyd will be among Carson Palmer's typical targets in Week 17. The development backs up head coach Bruce Arians' contention that the Cardinals would be full go with home-field advantage on the line. However, a victory must coincide with a Panthers defeat to the Buccaneers, meaning Arians could pull Floyd if he takes part in scoreboard watching.

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    Cardinals' Michael Floyd: Listed as questionable for Week 17

    Floyd (knee) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Seahawks. With Floyd returning to a limited practice Friday, coach Bruce Arians indicated that the chances were good that Floyd would play Sunday, though official confirmation of such an outcome may have to wait until the release of the Cards' Week 17 inactives in advance of the team's 4:25 ET kickoff.

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    Cardinals' Michael Floyd: Dealing with knee injury

    Floyd didn't practice Wednesday due to a knee injury, Kent Somers of the Arizona Republic reports. Floyd is among a handful of Cardinals dealing with knee concerns, but there's optimism that his particular injury won't affect his Week 17 availability against the Seahawks. With two practices remaining in the regular season, he can appease owners with a showing in some capacity. Furthermore, Friday's injury report could provide further clarification.

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    Cardinals' Michael Floyd: Another 100-yard game

    Floyd hauled in six of eight targets for 111 yards in Sunday's 38-8 win over the Packers. In a somewhat tough matchup, Floyd was able to make a number of big plays, including a 47-yard catch at one point. He's been on an absolute tear in the second half of the season, with five 100-yard performances in the last seven. With Carolina's loss Sunday, the Cardinals now have a shot at homefield advantage in the NFC, so expect Floyd and other key players to start next week against Seattle.

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    Cardinals' Michael Floyd: Makes spectacular catch in easy win

    Floyd caught five passes for 70 yards on eight targets in Sunday's 40-17 win over the Eagles. Floyd made a ridiculous one-handed, diving catch at the front corner of the end zone in the third quarter, but he was ruled down about half a yard shy of the goal line. He otherwise had a nondescript night, with a few intermediate gains and a borderline drop. He'll get a tougher matchup against Green Bay in Week 16, but the better opponent should lead to more passing volume for Carson Palmer.

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    Cardinals' Michael Floyd: Tops 100 yards

    Floyd (hamstring) caught five passes for 102 yards and a touchdown on nine targets in Thursday's 23-20 win over the Vikings. Floyd appeared fully healthy, most notably turning an intermediate gain into a 42-yard touchdown, with some major assistance from a big block by Larry Fitzgerald. There's still plenty of dud potential in an offense with so many mouths to feed, but Floyd's weekly upside is always tantalizing. He's gone over 100 yards in four of his last five appearances, with all six of his touchdowns coming in his last seven games. Floyd gets another favorable matchup in Week 15 against the Eagles.

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