Michael Floyd injury update: WR questionable, expected to play for fantasy owners

Rich Schultz

The Cardinals wide receiver is listed as questionable but is expected to suit up in Week 15. We break down the fantasy implications.

Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Michael Floyd (ankle) is listed as questionable but is expected to start in the team's Week 15 game against the Tennessee Titans. Floyd did not practice on Wednesday and was limited on Thursday and Friday.

Fantasy Implications: After putting together a productive three consecutive weeks, Floyd's inconsistency resurfaced last week as he finished the day with only two catches for 26 yards. However, there is still plenty of upside with the second-year man. In the three weeks prior, Floyd was averaging six catches for 132 and caught two touchdowns. The last of the three games was the only time in that span where he didn't top 100 yards receiving, and he missed it by just one yard. While Floyd still has some boom-or-bust to him, his play has improved in recent weeks and presents owners with a solid option.

Floyd will take on the Titans and their underrated secondary which actually gives up the second fewest fantasy points to wide receivers. When one also factors in his lingering injury, its tough to have a ton of faith this week. Floyd is a WR3/flex play in Week 15.

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