The Arizona Cardinals are expected to be a better team with quarterback Carson Palmer, but most still expect them to end up at the bottom of the NFC West. What the team really needs is a few players to break out, and the team's official website included wide receiver Michael Floyd on a list of players that have the potential to do so in 2013-14.

Last year's No. 1 draft pick looked better at the end of last season but more importantly clearly had a better handle on himself and his role this offseason - even with a brand-new offense. Floyd has been an important target during OTAs and minicamp and there is little question the coaches are prepping him to take on a large load.Larry Fitzgerald isn't going anywhere, but with Palmer behind center and Fitz drawing the defense, Floyd has the potential to have a pretty big season under Arians' offensive scheme.

Floyd definitely didn't perform up to expectations last season, catching just 45 of 86 passes thrown his way for 562 yards and two touchdowns, with an average of 12.5 yards per reception. Floyd was supposed to be an instant factor on offense with Larry Fitzgerald drawing coverage away, but he fell short in his role.