Fantasy football start/sit advice, Week 15: Michael Floyd a dice roll with gimpy ankle

Floyd has been a solid WR3 over the past month, but he's dealing with an ankle injury and could be less than 100 percent this week. Should fantasy owners continue to start him?

Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Michael Floyd is enjoying a breakout in his second NFL season. Through 13 games, he has 57 catches for 899 yards and four touchdowns, already beating the numbers from his rookie year. Taking advantage of all the attention given to Larry Fitzgerald, Floyd has given Carson Palmer a formidable 1-2 punch in the passing game.

Unfortunately, Floyd had a bit of a setback last week. He suffered an ankle injury in the win over the St. Louis Rams and wasn't able to do much in practice. Floyd could be a game-time decision against the Tennessee Titans on Sunday.

Fantasy impact: Even if he's active, Floyd will be less than 100 percent and going up against the Titans' strong pass defense. Fantasy owners might want to look at safer bets for their WR3 position this week. Things won't get any easier over the next two games -- the Cardinals face the Seahawks and 49ers to close out the season.

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