Floyd has seen an increased role in the Cardinals’ passing attack this season and will look to continue his improvement when he faces the Seahawks’ No.2 ranked pass defense this Thursday. He ranks second on the team in targets, but yards may be tough to come by as Seattle gives up an average of just 188 passing yards per game this year.
Floyd has overtaken Andre Roberts as the team’s No. 2 wide receiver, but he’s been used predominately as a possession receiver with 19 of his 26 catches coming in for less than 20 yards. He did find the endzone for the first time this season last week, but given the match-up and the short week of preparation, he doesn’t exactly instill much confidence in his fantasy owners for this one.
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