Mike Wallace
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By Jeffrey Lee Colavecchio, Dolphins Correspondent, Sun, Aug 17th 12:59pm EDT

John Congemi (MiamiDolphins.com) writes… “Sixteen different players had a reception against Tampa Bay and some of these players are starting to separate from the pack. Veteran slot wideout Brandon Gibson looks to be healthy and gives this offense a vertical threat in the middle of the field. The same holds true for rookie Jarvis Landry. This combination inside will give opposing defense matchup problems because the can create with their route running and always give the quarterback a window to deliver the football.” (Source: MiamiDolphins.com)

Fantasy Impact: The first team offense managed to score three points but was harassed by the Bucs defensive line all night. Mike Wallace’s night consisted of a well set up bubble screen that was dropped, and a takeoff route that was just overthrown. In all fairness to him and Brian Hartline, it was the first game they suited up for this year and will improve with live reps. There are going to be games where the defense does not allow the deep ball to beat them, fortunately for the Phins they now have the players underneath to really eat up the soft coverage. It’s going to be beneficial to Wallace’s FF value that many of his teammates are making plays, this will force defenses to stay honest or suffer the consequences.

By Graham Barfield, Dolphins Correspondent, Tue, Aug 5th 11:47pm EDT

Barry Jackson of The Miami Herald is reporting that QB Ryan Tannehill and WR MIke Wallace are struggling with their "deep ball chemistry." (Source: Miami Herald)

Fantasy Impact: In 2013, Ryan Tannehill only connected on 32.8% of passes that traveled 20+ yards down the field, according to PFF. Tannehill and Wallace's lack of chemistry is concerning for Wallace, who made a living on the deep ball in his four years with Ben Roethlisberger in Pittsburgh. He's currently being drafted near the end of the 6th round.

By Blaine Blontz, Dolphins Correspondent, Tue, Jul 15th 4:47pm EDT

In an interview with Neil Reynolds of www.britviewnfl.com, Miami Dolphins wide receiver Mike Wallace said that he would like to return kicks for his team. He hinted that he "might get back there for kickoff returns.” (Source: Brit View NFL)

Fantasy Impact: This isn't totally out of the realm of possibility since Wallace is a dynamic play-maker and has experience returning kicks from his days with the Pittsburgh Steelers. However, the Dolphins may not want to take on the injury risk that would accompany the additional touches Wallace would receive as a returner.

Breaking Football | Aug 20th
There is still untapped upside here, especially with the Miami offense changing. Hopefully he's properly utilized now.
The Fake Football | Aug 20th
Wallace should be used more in the slot and in different formations this season to keep him from becoming predictable like he was last season. He is a good candidate for a bounce back if that's the case.
FFLockerRoom | Aug 20th
Wallace finished the year with 73 catches for 930 yards and a career-low five touchdowns. But over the final 6 games of the season he had 29 catches for 396 yards and 4 touchdowns, scoring at least 14 standard Fantasy points in 3 of those outings. The hope is new offensive coordinator Bill Lazor will help Wallace maximize his skills, but Wallace also has to prove he’s more than just a deep threat. Wallace also showed last year that when he was involved he was productive. He had at least 9 targets in 9 games and he finished with at least 8 standard Fantasy points in 7 of those contests.
The Football Girl | Aug 19th
Expect a bounceback after a disappointing 2013.
Hatty Waiver Wire Guru | Aug 19th
He will repeat his 2013 performance of nearly 1,000 yards and 5 TDs.
Fantasy Football Maniax | Aug 19th
I think a new offensive coordinator will benefit Wallace, but until the Miami offense shows more, I cannot rank him higher than a WR3. He is dealing with a hamstring injury, but it is not believed to be serious.
The New York Times | Aug 19th
Finished 2013 as the 25th overall fantasy WR despite struggling to connect with Tannehill.
Legion Report | Aug 16th
Wallace surprisingly finished 27th among Fantasy WRs last season despite the disconnect with QB Ryan Tannehill. Enter new OC Bill Lazor. Lazor’s main goal is to get Wallace the ball, even if that means moving him everywhere around the field. Last season Dolphins OC Sherman kept Wallace strictly on the right side of the field where he ran mostly go-routes, which created room for other Dolphins receivers, singling Wallace out. “I think I’ll get to run everything,” includes Wallace. “I’ll be a more complete wide receiver rather than a one-dimensional guy.” The 6 foot 220 receiver has reportedly been “the last one off the field” and wants to succeed in the new Dolphins lineup. Lazor was with the Philadelphia Eagles Chip Kelly last season where we all saw a career out of WR DeSean Jackson. Mike Wallace is ideally a bigger version of DeSean Jackson’s 5’10, 175 pound frame. Jackson caught 82 balls for 1332 yards and 9 TD’s last season under Lazor’s offense.Wallace gets a bad Minnesota Pass Defense in the Fantasy Championship Week – we’re viewing Mike Wallace as a Comeback/Breakout Candidate in 2014 in fully healthy.
Win My Fantasy League | Aug 9th
Wallace looks like a shoe-in for top 20 numbers
Lesters Legends | Jul 9th
Click here to enter the 2014 Best Fantasy Football Team Name Contest!.. The Miami Dolphins made a big splash last year when they signed Mike Wallace away from the Pittsburgh Steelers. Unfortunately he was wildly inconsistent last year. Can the speedster turn things around this year and be a more consistent fantasy threat? I believe he can.. Wallace set career-lows with five touchdown catches and a...
Rotoworld | Jul 4th
Adam Levitan examines Average Draft Position reports and emerges with eight players going too late. Mike Wallace is looking like a steal.
ESPN | Jun 24th
In a deep wide receiver position, who would you rather have in 2014, Mike Wallace or Eric Decker?