Week 12
November 28, 2015

Overall Ranking

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Season Schedule

  • Week 1 - Sep 08

    SD @ ARI

  • Week 2 - Sep 14

    SEA @ SD

  • Week 3 - Sep 21

    SD @ BUF

  • Week 4 - Sep 28

    JAC @ SD

  • Week 5 - Oct 05

    NYJ @ SD

  • Week 6 - Oct 12

    SD @ OAK

  • Week 7 - Oct 19

    KC @ SD

  • Week 8 - Oct 23

    SD @ DEN

  • Week 9 - Nov 02

    SD @ MIA

  • Week 10 - Nov 09


  • Week 11 - Nov 16

    OAK @ SD

  • Week 12 - Nov 23

    STL @ SD

  • Week 13 - Nov 30

    SD @ BAL

  • Week 14 - Dec 07

    NE @ SD

  • Week 15 - Dec 14

    DEN @ SD

  • Week 16 - Dec 20

    SD @ SF

  • Week 17 - Dec 28

    SD @ KC

  • Week 2 - Sep 10

    SD 22 @ OAK 14

  • Week 3 - Sep 23

    ATL 27 @ SD 3

  • Week 4 - Sep 30

    SD 37 @ KC 20

  • Week 5 - Oct 07

    SD 24 @ NO 31

  • Week 7 - Oct 15

    DEN @ SD

  • Week 8 - Oct 28

    SD @ CLE

  • Week 9 - Nov 01

    KC @ SD

  • Week 10 - Nov 11

    SD @ TB

  • Week 11 - Nov 18

    SD @ DEN

  • Week 12 - Nov 25

    BAL @ SD

  • Week 13 - Dec 02

    CIN @ SD

  • Week 1 - Sep 11

    MIN 17 @ SD 24

  • Week 2 - Sep 18

    SD 21 @ NE 35

  • Week 3 - Sep 25

    KC 17 @ SD 20

  • Week 4 - Oct 02

    MIA 16 @ SD 26

  • Week 5 - Oct 09

    SD 29 @ DEN 24

  • Week 6 - Oct 16


  • Week 7 - Oct 23

    SD 21 @ NYJ 27

  • Week 8 - Oct 31

    SD 20 @ KC 23

  • Week 9 - Nov 06

    GB 45 @ SD 38

  • Week 11 - Nov 20

    SD 20 @ CHI 31

  • Week 12 - Nov 27

    DEN 16 @ SD 13

  • Week 13 - Dec 05

    SD 38 @ JAC 14

  • Week 14 - Dec 11

    BUF 10 @ SD 37

  • Week 15 - Dec 18

    BAL 14 @ SD 34

  • Week 16 - Dec 24

    SD 10 @ DET 38

  • Week 1 - Sep 13

    SD 14 @ KC 21

  • Week 2 - Sep 19

    JAC 13 @ SD 38

  • Week 3 - Sep 26

    SD 20 @ SEA 27

  • Week 4 - Oct 03

    ARI 10 @ SD 41

  • Week 5 - Oct 10

    SD 27 @ OAK 35

    8 receptions

    213 rec yards

    1 TDs

    0 rush yards

    0 TDs

  • Week 6 - Oct 17

    SD 17 @ STL 20

  • Week 7 - Oct 24

    NE 23 @ SD 20

  • Week 8 - Oct 31

    TEN 25 @ SD 33

  • Week 9 - Nov 07

    SD 29 @ HOU 23

  • Week 10 - Nov 14


  • Week 11 - Nov 22

    DEN 14 @ SD 35

  • Week 12 - Nov 28

    SD 36 @ IND 14

  • Week 13 - Dec 05

    OAK 28 @ SD 13

  • Week 14 - Dec 12

    KC 0 @ SD 31

  • Week 15 - Dec 16

    SF 7 @ SD 34

  • Week 16 - Dec 26

    SD 20 @ CIN 34

  • Week 17 - Jan 02

    SD 33 @ DEN 28


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Malcom Floyd

San Diego Chargers

2008 - 2011 Statistics

                         RUSHING                            RECEIVING                            FANTASY

                            Rush    Yards    TD         Rec   Targets   Yards   TD         Tot Pts   Pts/Gm

2011 Stats           0        0      0           43         70        856     5        115.6      9.6

2010 Stats           0        0      0           37         77        717     6        107.7      9.8

2009 Stats           0        0      0           45         76        776     1         83.6       5.2

2008 Stats           0        0      0           27         37        465     4         70.5       5.4

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2009 Review

In 2009, Malcom Floyd provided Phillip Rivers and the Chargers with the deep threat they needed in what has become a pretty potent passing offense.  We’re sure he would have liked to have seen both more targets and receptions come out of his efforts, but when you have guys like Antonio Gates and Vincent Jackson above you on the food chain, 76 targets and 45 catches ain’t so bad.  Floyd used his height (6’5”) and speed well during the season and turned those assets into 776 yards and a touchdown.  He also turned in 17.2 yards/catch on the year, which ended up tying him for 4th in the league in that category.  Still, just one TD for a team that placed 4th in the NFL in points scored was a little disappointing.

~  Ranked 52nd in the league with 83.6 WR fantasy points (basic scoring system)

~  Tied for 149th in the league with 1 receiving touchdowns

~  Ranked 42nd in the league with 776 receiving yards

~  Ranked 53rd in the league with 48.5 receiving yards per game

~  Tied for 81st in the league with 45 receptions

~  Ranked 78th in the league with 76 targets

~  Ranked 24th in the league with 13 receptions of 20+ yards

~  Tied for 42nd in the league with 36 catches for first downs

~  Ranked 156th in the league with 127 yards after the catch (YAC)

~  Set career bests in receiving yards (776), yards/reception (17.2), yards per game (48.5), and yards from scrimmage (776)

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2010 Fantasy Outlook

This could be the season Malcom Floyd finally busts out of his shell.  He’ll have the best opportunity in his young career to do so, as not only is the Chargers normal #1 WR, Vincent Jackson, suspended for the first three games of the season, but he is also threatening to sit out the first 10 games due to a contract issue.  Enter Floyd, who will assume San Diego’s WR1 duties from Week 1 and have his shot to jump into fantasy relevance.  When looking at these two receivers, they seem to match-up to each other pretty well.  Malcom is just as big as VJax at 6’5”, and they both run around a 4.5 40-yard dash, so the question is, how will his numbers match-up to Jackson’s while he sits?  Since Floyd has never been in this position before, we’re guessing that they won’t be as gaudy as Vincent’s were last year.  However, they should probably be good enough to start him as a WR3 on your fantasy team next year… at least until VJax comes back.

~ How long will Vincent Jackson sit out, and if it’s the full 10 games, will the Chargers even play him when he does return?

~ Defenses might not be too frightened by the Chargers rookie running game, so it’s possible Floyd sees a little extra attention

~ Coach Norv Turner said that Floyd and Rivers look like they’ve been working together constantly in the offseason

~ Does Floyd have what it takes to be the #1 guy on a playoff team?

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Seriously, he's 6'5", just throw the ball up and let him go get it...

and he usually does:

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Floyd signed himself a one-year deal in June of 2010 to the tune of $3.168 million.  He’s playing for the big contract offer next year, so we’ll see if he can rise to the occasion:

2010 - $3.168 million

2011 – Free Agent

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Legedu Naanee should be the handcuff to Floyd this year, especially with VJax being out for at least 3 weeks and possibly much more

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Injury Report


Floyd didn't miss a game last year and looks like a go for 2010

Malcom Floyd (torn labrum) said he will return this season.


Pyro's take: ''I plan on coming back,'' Floyd said Wednesday. ''Based on the experience of all the injuries I've had, you've got to know your body and know how to rehab it and get back on track.''

11/19/15, 01:58 AM CST by Vaaal-verde
Source: sports.yahoo.com

Malcom Floyd exited Monday game with a shoulder injury.


Pyro's take: Rivers tried to hit Floyd down the left sideline and he attempted to dive for the ball, but landed on his shoulder. Floyd went directly to the locker room and didnt return.

His status will be updated probably tomorrow

Stevie Johnson, Dontrelle Inman, and Javontee Herndon are the healthy receivers left.

11/10/15, 03:37 AM CST by Vaaal-verde
Source: www.pyromaniac.com

Malcom Floyd (shoulder) suffered a torn labrum


Pyro's take: Michael Gehlken reported via Twitter "Chargers WR Malcom Floyd suffered torn labrum Monday night, per source. TBD if this ends season. Floyd, 34, has called 2015 his last."

It still looks up in the air for Floyd, but stay tuned until they announce his prognosis. If you have room, stash him for now, if you are in need of room, I would feel confident in releasing him.

11/10/15, 12:47 AM CST by Vaaal-verde
Source: twitter.com

Malcom Floyd caught 3-of-4 targets for 48 yards


Pyro's take: Malcom Floyd only missed on one of his targets. Dont expect much out of Floyd as he is a boom or bust athlete who gets most of his action going downfield.

10/13/15, 03:03 AM CDT by Vaaal-verde
Source: www.pyromaniac.com

Malcom Floyd (concussion) participated in practice 10/07/15


Pyro's take: Michael Gehlken stated via twitter "Chargers who exited Sunday with concussion — WR Malcom Floyd"

Good news for Floyd, and owners. He is also given an extra day to completely clear protocol, since the Chargers face the Steelers on Monday Night Football.

10/07/15, 04:18 PM CDT by Vaaal-verde
Source: twitter.com

Floyd Cleared

Chargers coach Mike McCoy has stated that Malcom Floyd looked like his usual self in OTA's. Floyd has also been cleared medically by doctors to resume contact.

Pyro's take: Floyd has shown some fantasy brilliance when healthy, but thats the thing... staying healthy. He has been in the league now nine seasons and is 32 years old. Malcom has only played in 90 games in a possible 144(63%). With the seasons that he has played in, he has done wonders. For instance,in 2010-2012 he scored 16 touchdowns with 136 receptions and 2,387 yards in 37 games. In the two games he played last year, he had 6 receptions for 149 yards. Unfortunately, with Keenan Allen and Vincent Brown in the mix, Floyd will probably be regulated to third on the depth chart, but thats just means he has tremendous value late in your draft.

05/29/14, 02:18 PM CDT by Vaaal-verde
Source: www.cbssports.com

Floyd will return in 2014

Malcom Floyd will play again this coming season, per Michael Gehlken.

Great news for the Chargers and for the offense. Floyd was on pace to have an excellent season before he went down with the scary injury. He will have to make that same type of impact again this season.

There were questions on if Floyd would be at more of a risk after that injury, but the doctors have cleared him of any risk and said that he has the same risk of injury as anyone else at the position:

“The doc said … I’m at risk just like anybody else,” Floyd said Monday. “There’s not really a worry. … I’m feeling good. I think I feel like my old self.”

Pyro's take: Not only is this good news for Floyd, as it looked as though his career might have been over, but it also great news for Keenan Allen. Allen had a fantastic rookie season, and did most of his damage without the benefit of someone opposite him to draw away coverage. With Floyd back, it should give Allen the chance to be more productive in his second season and avoid the sophomore slump.

05/20/14, 10:17 PM CDT by Houdini
Source: boltbeat.com

Malcom Floyd avoids a major injury

Chargers wide receiver Malcom Floyd exited Sunday's game and was briefly hospitalized with a neck injury suffered in the third quarter against the Eagles.

Floyd, 32, was sandwiched between two defenders, including linebacker DeMeco Ryans on the frontal blow, when attempting to make a downfield reception on the Chargers' first offensive play of the second half. He was transported to a nearby hospital for further observation.

Floyd did not require an overnight hospital stay, sources said. He joined his teammates on the flight back to San Diego after their 33-30 win.

"He's doing fine," coach Mike McCoy said. "All the tests right now look good, so it was great for the organization to go out and get a win for Malcom."

Pyro's take: This is a nasty collision and Floyd is lucky to just have a neck strain. That was the type of hit that could end your career, but it was a great sign that they left him fly home with the team.

Floyd is most likely going to have to go through the concussion tests as well as feeling fine with the neck before he gets out there, regardless he should be on your bench next week even if he does return.

09/16/13, 05:22 PM CDT by Houdini
Source: www.utsandiego.com

Malcom Floyd back at practice

Malcom Floyd, the San Diego Chargers' No. 1 wide receiver, returned to the practice field for the first time in two weeks Monday, per The Associated Press.

Philip Rivers' best wide receiver target "dodged a bullet" two weeks ago after initially fearing his season would be lost following a collision in practice with cornerback Shareece Wright. Luckily it turned out just to be a knee strain.

Floyd said he hopes to be ready for his team's season opener when the Chargers take on the Houston Texans.

Pyro's take: This was never a serious injury, but this is definitely a quick recovery and good news for Philip Rivers, who has been watching his receivers drop like flies over the past few seasons. Floyd should not be targeted as a starter, even in 3 wide receiver leagues, but he will still have a lot of chances and will have at least a few nice games.

08/26/13, 08:57 PM CDT by Houdini
Source: www.nfl.com

Malcom Floyd injured, but not serious

Malcom Floyd went down in practice on Monday and the Chargers thought they might have lost him for the season.

An initial MRI of Floyd's injury revealed a strain, with more tests to come. Floyd knows he lucked out.

"It could have been worse. ... (The knee) feels better than it did yesterday," Floyd told reporters Tuesday, via U-T San Diego. "Fortunately, I kind of dodged a bullet."

Floyd admitted his concern that his career could be over at the time of the injury. That won't be the case, though Floyd will get a second opinion on the injury from Dr. James Andrews.

Floyd likely is sidelined for the rest of camp. He hopes to be ready for the start of the Chargers' regular season.

Pyro's take: This is yet another blow to the Chargers and Philip Rivers who already lost Danario Alexander to a season ending ACL injury. This opens the door for Vincent Brown to become the main target at wide receiver.

This is horrible news for Rivers who continues to lose receivers, as rookie Keenan Allen is having knee issues of his own that are keeping him out of practice.

At this point in time it is important to remind you that this team also has the oft injured Ryan Mathews as well. This could be a rough fantasy season for Chargers.

08/14/13, 08:44 PM CDT by Houdini
Source: www.nfl.com

WR Malcom Floyd moves into starting slot

The San Diego Chargers announced today that they have released veteran wide receiver Chris Chambers. WR Malcom Floyd will slide into the starting lineup with the move.

Pyro's take: The writing had been on the wall for this one since the end of last season. Malcom had been talked about taking Chambers' spot for awhile now, and it looks like the talk is finally a reality. If you're searching for a WR3 for your fantasy football team, Floyd could be your guy.

11/02/09, 04:45 PM CST by Dawgmaticå
Source: twitter.com

Malcom Floyd may end up starting sooner than later

San Diego Chargers wide receiver Chris Chambers was held to zero catches Monday night and was only targeted once throughout the game.

Pyro's take: Chambers' speed used to be his biggest asset, but since he's lost a step or two, he's become pretty much worthless. Malcom Floyd is more talented than Chambers at this point and should steal his job within the next few weeks. Keep Floyd on your fantasy radar.

09/15/09, 05:00 PM CDT by Dawgmaticå
Source: espn.go.com