Cardinals receiver Michael Floyd is compiling a disappointing season in Arizona, with his most disappointing game yet coming on Thursday night.
Floyd was held without a catch for the first time in more than a year on Thursday night, and had an ugly drop among the three times Drew Stanton threw to him.
So far this season Floyd has 12 catches for 170 yards, putting him on pace for the least-productive season of his five-year career.
Floyd was checked for a concussion two weeks ago, but he didn’t miss any playing time and there has been no other indication that he’s suffering from an injury.
As the Cardinals’ first-round pick in 2012, Floyd is making $7.32 million in his fifth-year option season. He’ll be a free agent in March, and so far he isn’t doing much to earn himself a big contract.