|Week 17 (NYJ) - Average||4.3||81.3||0.7||0||0||0||12.2|
|Week 17 (NYJ) - Dave Richard||4||90||0||0||0||0||9|
|Week 17 (NYJ) - Jamey Eisenberg||4||72||1||0||0||0||13|
|Week 17 (NYJ) - Nathan Zegura||5||82||1||0||0||0||14|
|2013 Season - Average||63.3||989.0||6.7||4.3||24.3||0||130|
|2013 Season - Dave Richard||62||884||7||7||30||0||122|
|2013 Season - Jamey Eisenberg||62||1055||6||6||43||0||132|
|2013 Season - Nathan Zegura||66||1028||7||0||0||0||135|
|Current Player Ranking: 20|
|Red Zone Stats|
|03/16/2014||Mike Wallace, WR MIA|
Josh Gordon, WR CLE
Rob Gronkowski, TE NE
|Joique Bell, RB DET|
Julius Thomas, TE DEN
Giovani Bernard, RB CIN
|03/14/2014||Wes Welker, WR DEN|
Knowshon Moreno, RB DEN
Mike Wallace, WR MIA
T.J. Ward, DB DEN
|Devin McCourty, FS NE|
Calvin Johnson, WR DET
Eric Decker, WR NYJ
|03/10/2014||Kenny Stills, WR NO||Mike Wallace, WR MIA|
Rank Among Leaders
|Dolphins shoot down trade rumors |
|by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com|
(3/2/14) A Dolphins source emphatically denied a published report that the team is open to trading receiver Mike Wallace, top pass rusher Cameron Wake and defensive end Dion Jordan, according to the Miami Herald.
|Dolphins could trade Mike Wallace, Cameron Wake |
|by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer|
(2/28/14) The Dolphins could be open to trading No. 1 receiver Mike Wallace and top pass rusher Cameron Wake, reports CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason LaCanfora.
LaCanfora reports that "through conversations with numerous decision-makers from other clubs ... Miami looks to retool its roster under a new regime." He writes that the Dolphins need to revamp their offensive line, possibly by moving up the draft board to land an offensive tackle.
Sources close to Wallace and Wake expressed a belief that a trade would not be a shock this offseason, though Wallace's hefty contract would limit his options.
|Mike Wallace stresses chemistry with Ryan Tannehill |
|by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com|
(1/26/14) Dolphins wide receiver Mike Wallace stressed that he needs to be on the same page with quarterback Ryan Tannehill this offseason, according to the Miami Herald.
Wallace said the two need to "get the deep ball going." He added that he should have had 15 to 20 more touchdowns last season. "If you press me, you have no shot to cover me," Wallace said. "Once I get you to stop your feet, it’s over." Wallace said he would like to get together with Tannehill each month of the offseason to work on their chemistry.
|Mike Wallace held in check despite score |
|by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com|
(12/29/13) Dolphins wide receiver Mike Wallace scored a touchdown and established a new career-high in receptions in Week 17, but still managed to make little overall impact in a 20-7 loss to the Jets.
Wallace's five receptions gave him 73 for the season, besting his previous career-high from 2011. He managed to pick up just 25 yards on those five receptions, though one of them went for a 5-yard touchdown in the second quarter, his fifth of the season.
Wallace finished the season with 930 yards on 73 receptions, his second straight year finishing below 1,000 yards.
|Dolphins receiving duo nearing twin milestones |
|by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com|
(12/26/13) The Dolphins enter Week 17 against the Jets with plenty to play for, including a potential playoff spot. Wide receivers Brian Hartline and Mike Wallace are playing for something else as well this Sunday; a spot in team history.
Hartline leads the team with 978 receiving yards on the season, with Wallace right behind him at 905. If both players reach 1,000 yards, they will become the first Dolphins duo to do so since 1991, and just the third to do so in the team's history.
Wallace has the tougher road ahead of him to reach the milestone, with 95 yards in front of him. All Hartline has to do is replicate his performance against the Jets in Week 13 (127 yards), while Wallace needs to do a bit more than his seven-catch, 82-yard showing in that game.
Few teams throw the ball more than the Dolphins, and the Jets have proven vulnerable against the pass, so both players have a good chance to put up numbers. Against a Jets defense that allows the ninth-most Fantasy points to opposing wide receivers, both Hartline and Wallace have value for Fantasy purposes. Consider Wallace a solid starter, while Hartline remains more of a low-end choice.
|The Steelers' loss is the Dolphins' gain after Miami paid handsomely ($27 million guaranteed) for the speedy receiver. Wallace posted his third straight season with at least eight touchdowns in 2012 but failed to record over 1,000 yards for the first time in those three years. Last year also showed a bit of a slowdown for him as he had a career-worst nine catches for 20-plus yards and four catches for 40-plus yards. Playing three games without Ben Roethlisberger's big arm could have been a contributing factor but the truth is he struggled once he got to the middle of the season: After getting 12-plus Fantasy points in four of his first eight games, Wallace had one game with 10-plus points the rest of the way. A similar slowdown happened in 2011. Now he's in Miami where he'll catch passes from second-year quarterback Ryan Tannehill and be the top guy in a crowded yet underwhelming passing attack. We suspect Wallace will have some big weeks, perhaps in the first half of the season, but there's no way we can trust him to be a reliable Fantasy option. We'd move him into No. 3 WR territory and consider him no sooner than Round 8 on Draft Day. (Updated 4/26/13) |