Malcom Floyd injured in solid fantasy game against Eagles

Michael Floyd of the San Diego Chargers as Titans safety Michael Griffin tries to make a tackle - Jake Roth-US PRESSWIRE

San Diego Chargers wide receiver Malcom Floyd was having a productive day in the Chargers Week 3 win over the Philadelphia Eagles before leaving in the third quarter with a neck injury. Floyd had five receptions for 102 yards. We bring you the fantasy implications here.

San Diego Chargers wide receiver Malcom Floyd was having a productive day in the Chargers Week 3 win over the Philadelphia Eagles before he left the game with a neck injury in the third quarter. Floyd was targeted six times by quarterback Phillip Rivers in what has surprisingly been a productive Chargers offense. Floyd was taken to a Philadelphia hospitalfor examinations, and later released. He did travel back to San Diego with the team on Sunday.

Fantasy impact: The extent of Floyd's injury is unknown. For now, fantasy owners should keep an eye on his injury status as the severity of the injury isn't known. The Chargers passing game has been surprisingly productive this year and Floyd was looking like a solid fantasy option before his injury. Antonio Gates and Eddie Royal are the two biggest options outside of Floy.

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