Wallace had a quiet game Monday at Tampa Bay. Being shadowed all game long by all-pro cornerback Darrelle Revis, Wallace managed four catches for just 15 yards in the 22-19 loss to the Bus.
Due to the presence of Revis Island, quarterback Ryan Tannehill looked away from Wallace and towards second-year receiver Rishard Matthews, who had a career game with 11 catches for 120 yards and two touchdowns. Still, Wallace was targeted seven times for the game, and remains the top wideout on the Dolphins. Unfortunately for fantasy owners, however, Wallace hasn’t been able to break many long gains in his first season in South Florida, and Monday night was no different.
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