Floyd surged down the stretch last season, aiding the Cardinals' late run toward the playoffs, which fell just short. The 6-foot-2 pass-catcher went for 90-plus yards in four of Arizona's final eight games.
After a full season in coach Bruce Arians' system, the 24-year-old Floyd believes his duo with Fitzgerald could give cornerbacks fits.
"If they double-team anyone, we have the guys on the field that can beat one-on-one coverage," Floyd said. "We are not a stingy group of guys. We don't really care who gets the praise and glory. At the end of the day it's about the winning. Whoever can beat that one-on-one coverage, it'll help us out a lot."
It will take a healthy, rejuvenated Fitzgerald in 2014 for the pair to challenge for the top receiving combo in the NFL.
While Palmer is the linchpin to the Cardinals' success, Floyd making another leap in production would go a long way to keeping that pin in place.