Where does Jeremy Maclin rank among AFC West receivers?

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4. Malcom Floyd

Floyd comes in as the fourth best receiver in the division due to earning his quarterbacks trust by making countless plays when the team needed it. He more than likely won’t make the cut once Amari Cooper gets going but he’s had all in all a pretty solid career with Philip Rivers.

Being part of an offense with a quarterback who distributes the ball well can mean that no particular player is a stat monster. San Diego had three receivers with over  700 yards a piece but of the three Floyd shined the brightest. In 2014 Floyd had 52 catches for 856 yards and 6 touchdowns. Floyd was also second in the league on yards per catch average (16.4) among receivers who took at least 75% of the snaps.

Pro Football Focus graded Floyd +5.9 overall for the season among receivers which was 14th best in the league among receivers who took 75% of the snaps. Floyd’s best performance of the season came against the Raiders where he finished with a +2.1 grade and his worst game of the season came against the Seattle in the second week where he was graded at a -1.7.

So we have four of the top-15 PFF graded (who took 75% of the snaps) wide receivers in the league in the AFC West, not bad. This is how I have them ranked, what do you think, Addicts?