Malcom Floyd Injury Update: Questionable tag could scare fantasy owners

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Malcom Floyd is questionable for Monday night. We break down the fantasy implications.

Malcom Floyd (groin) practiced in full on Saturday after only being limited on Friday. He is listed as questionable for Monday night against the Broncos.

Floyd still had 100 yards last week as Robert Meachem had a bigger game against his old team. Floyd still leads the team with 358 receiving yards to go with his 20 receptions.

Fantasy Impact: Floyd is expected to play, so if you were planning on starting him, feel free to do so. That said, if you're stressing out about a starting Floyd over a guy that has similar value, you might want to sit Floyd.

Floyd has become more of a well-rounded receiver after he led the league in yards per reception last year. Denver ranks 11th against the pass. Floyd did put up 100 yards and a TD in his last game against the Broncos. He's a high-end WR3.

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