Malcom Floyd and Robert Meachem disappoint fantasy owners on Monday night

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San Diego Chargers wide receivers Robert Meachem and Malcom Floyd were well contained by the Denver Broncos on Monday Night Football. We break down the fantasy implications.

San Diego Chargers wide receivers Robert Meachem and Malcom Floyd were well contained by the Denver Broncos on Monday Night Football. Floyd caught five passes for 60 yards, most of which came in garbage time. Meachem, meanwhile, mustered only 30 yards on three catches.

The Chargers lost the game 35-24 after heading to halftime with a 24-0 lead. It was the biggest second-half comeback in Monday Night Football history. The Chargers' passing offense stalled in the final two quarters as Philip Rivers turned the ball over constantly.

Fantasy Impact: Malcom Floyd performed fairly well, considering he was covered by Champ Bailey for most of the night. It was tough for him to generate any production with Rivers turning the ball over.

Robert Meachem, meanwhile, proved to be his usual inconsistent self on Monday night. Just a week after catching a pair of scores, Meachem caught only three passes. He is a very tough fantasy option to rely on.

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