WR - FA
Week 7 Outlook
In his final NFL season, Malcom Floyd battled through injury as he played through a torn labrum. His final game before retirement was cut short as he sustained a concussion and was removed from the game.
Malcom Floyd has been nothing short of magnificent as an eleven year undrafted free agent signing. He will hang up the cleats with a career line of 321/5,550/34. The Chargers will likely look to the draft or free agency to fill his role on the outside.
Seeing six total targets on the night, Malcom Floyd hauled in three passes for 41 yards in a 23-20 Christmas Eve loss to the Raiders. He was largely held in check and was unable to bring in a couple tightly contested balls.
Malcom Floyd has been playing through a torn labrum, but it has hardly been noticeable. He remains the lone deep-threat for the Chargers, but the porous offensive line hasn't allowed Philip Rivers adequate time to find him. Leave him stashed on your bench in playoff weeks as he figures to be a boom-or-bust WR5.
After announcing his plans to retire following the 2015 season, Malcom Floyd vowed to finish his career with a bang. In his final home game as a Charger, he hauled in 1-of-3 targets for 27 yards as the Bolts steamrolled the Dolphins.
Malcom Floyd will have two road games left to finish his career on a high note, but the veteran deep-threat will be nothing more than a boom-or-bust WR4 to finish out the season.
With Stevie Johnson and Dontrelle Inman both missing Sunday's game at Kansas City, Malcom Floyd took the field as the number one receiver for the Bolts. He saw a healthy nine targets, but could only haul in three of them for a total of 56 yards. Philip Rivers did look to him downfield late in the game, but the two were unable to hook up in the end zone.
As a boom-or-bust option in an offense that hasn't scored a single touchdown in the last two games, Malcom Floyd just isn't a viable starting option in season-long leagues.
Playing through his torn labrum for the second week, Malcom Floyd caught 1-of-4 targets for 15 yards against the Broncos in Week 13.
As an aging deep-threat, the Chargers' long time veteran is a boom-of-bust weekly option in only the deepest of leagues.