There's no clear cut answer on the usage Wallace will see in the Vikings offense this season. Adrian Peterson should be the focal point and Charles Johnson has the raw ability to take over as the main receiver over Wallace. His risk is pretty high this year, but if Bridgewater can show some deep ball accuracy he could have some big games.
Sleepers All average draft position data comes from Fantasy Pros cumulative numbers. Mike Wallace (WR30, 79th overall) – When you think of Wallace you may think he’s inconsistent simply because he was/is labeled as a deep threat and isn’t a possession receiver catching five balls a game. But that’s not
BALLER MOVE: Target in Middle Rounds as High-End WR3 Current ADP: 92 STD, 87 PPR ANALYSIS: Mike Wallace‘s current ADP sits at WR31, despite never having finished outside the top 30. Using his 4.33 40-yard dash speed, Wallace quickly gained a reputation as an excellent deep ball threat, averaging 18.7 yards per catch over his... Read More
People don’t like to use Mike Wallace’s time spent in Pittsburgh as a tool to project his first year with the Minnesota Vikings for the upcoming season and that’s totally fair—it was a while ago after all. Wallace last played for the Steelers in the 2012 season, catching 64 passes and eight touchdowns. He played... Read More
When Mike Wallace was traded to the Minnesota Vikings, I didn’t see this as a negative. Apparently I am in the minority here as Wallace’s ADP sits outside the top 30 wide receivers at WR31. Most FantasyPros experts like him even less with two thirds of all experts ranking him worse than his ADP! Keep... Read More
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