Michael Floyd suffered a right shoulder injury late in the first quarter of Sunday's game between the Arizona Cardinals and the Houston Texans. The wideout is questionable to return, according to Kent Somers of the Arizona Republic. Floyd led the Cardinals with two receptions for 31 yards before leaving.
The Cardinals' passing attack is having tremendous success against the Texans' secondary early in Sunday's game. Carson Palmer is 7-for-10 passing for 92 yards and a touchdown with 10 minutes left in the second quarter. Floyd was clearly a big part of that success, so his absence would be a big blow if he is ultimately ruled out for the game.
That said, the Cardinals aren't in desperate need for targets with Larry Fitzgerald and Andre Roberts plenty of capable of making big plays. The Cardinals also have some depth at tight end with Jake Ballard joining the team this week. Ballard and fellow tight end Rob Housler have a reception each, Ballard for 15 yards and Housler for 12 yards and a touchdown.