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    officially joining the mike wallace bandwagon....

    been a big fan of Greg (still am) but I think I'm switching over to Wallace. Our offense has lacked explosive plays since I can remember... Younger, only missed 1 game in his career... and for those who say Wallace is a one trick pony... Wallace is a way bigger threat to catch a slant and go 70 then greg is.. with that said won't complain about either! GO PHINS PLAYOFFS HERE WE COME BABY!


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    heres an idea.. we have a Relatively Cheap QB the next few years. Lets use that extra money to sign both of these guys.
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    so what we sign Wallace, Greg, and Finley/ Keller and they dance around the 50 yard line? Dolphins big 3?lmao serious tho if it were possible I would be down but Wallace will want atleast 9-11 annually and Greg will want 8-10... so Wallace 5 year 60 million, Greg 3 year 24 million would leave us with 31 million available plus more if we cut/ restructure Carpenter, Marshall, Patterson.... not sure we can get both, others need a WR too
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smith21 View Post
    heres an idea.. we have a Relatively Cheap QB the next few years. Lets use that extra money to sign both of these guys.
    And you'd still have an offensive line that plays like crap
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    Pass on both. Otherwise it will be severely overpaying for over-valued players. It'll just keep us down the path of mediocrity.
    Just say no to the path of mediocrity!
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    Not a fan of Wallace being a phin. He struggled a lot in a his only season in a west-coast offense. Here's a pretty thorough breakdown of how his play has fallen off since the second half of the 2011 season.

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1...ers-wr-in-2013
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    Quote Originally Posted by Twitches Brew View Post
    Not a fan of Wallace being a phin. He struggled a lot in a his only season in a west-coast offense. Here's a pretty thorough breakdown of how his play has fallen off since the second half of the 2011 season.

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1...ers-wr-in-2013

    I think Wallace's "struggles" in the west coast offense had more to do with how Ben Roethlisberger played in the west coast offense. Roethlisberger was clearly uncomfortable in it, openly criticizing Todd Haley most of the season. Roetlisberger and Wallace were also injured and different times during the season.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rickd13 View Post
    I think Wallace's "struggles" in the west coast offense had more to do with how Ben Roethlisberger played in the west coast offense. Roethlisberger was clearly uncomfortable in it, openly criticizing Todd Haley most of the season. Roetlisberger and Wallace were also injured and different times during the season.
    Ben was an MVP candidate before missing those 3 games. 63%, 3200yds, 26td-8int. That's pretty good for 13 games of being 'uncomfortable'.

    And this is not just 2012; Wallace was not productive in the second half of 2011 either. Over the last 8 games of 2011, he caught 29 balls for 393yds and 3tds; then in their playoff game he caught 3 (on 10 targets) for 26yds.

    He has not been a reliable player in his last 24 games. He's had only 2 100-yd games in that stretch.

    But yea, this is probably a case of: if you like Wallace as a phin, you'll blame his statistical falloff on other people; i'm not a fan of him as a #1 WR, so I blame his recent lack of production mostly on him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Twitches Brew View Post
    Not a fan of Wallace being a phin. He struggled a lot in a his only season in a west-coast offense. Here's a pretty thorough breakdown of how his play has fallen off since the second half of the 2011 season.

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1...ers-wr-in-2013
    He finished this past year with 64 catches 856 yards and 8 TD that's not bad for a guy learning a new system.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Twitches Brew View Post
    Not a fan of Wallace being a phin. He struggled a lot in a his only season in a west-coast offense. Here's a pretty thorough breakdown of how his play has fallen off since the second half of the 2011 season.

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1...ers-wr-in-2013
    Unless Todd Haley learned how to run the west coast offense during the 2012 off-season, the Pittsburgh Steelers did not run the west coast offense last season.
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