NFL Draft 2012: 3 Reasons San Diego Chargers Can't Pass Up on Michael Floyd

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NFL Draft 2012: 3 Reasons San Diego Chargers Can't Pass Up on Michael Floyd
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The San Diego Chargers have many needs to address in the 2012 NFL Draft. But the team would be dumb to pass on Notre Dame receiver Michael Floyd. 

Many mock drafts have San Diego using their top draft picks to build the offensive line and secondary but believe it or not, the wide receiver position might be of more importance come April 26th, 27th and 28th. 

It is still unclear whether or not star pass-catcher Vincent Jackson will dawn the bolt on his helmet next season. If he goes elsewhere, the Chargers are instantly troubled in the passing game. 

San Diego would still have the likes of Malcolm Floyd and the emerging Vincent Brown on the roster but Phillip Rivers needs a legitimate No. 1 guy to throw to.

Michael Floyd would be just that. 

Here are three reasons the Chargers can't pass up on No. 3.

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