Wallace caught all four passes that came his way for 33 yards in Sunday's loss to the Bengals. It was a tale of two halves for Wallace. He averaged 76.8 yards per game, had his five largest yardage totals and all four of his touchdowns in Baltimore's first eight games. He averaged 50.4 yards per game, topping 60 yards just once, and didn't score for the remainder of the season. More will be on the speedster's plate next season as he will be without his dependable veteran counterpart, the retiring Steve Smith.
Wallace secured four of seven targets for 21 yards in Sunday's 31-27 loss to the Steelers. Wallace was quiet on a day when teammates Steve Smith and Dennis Pitta commanded a large chunk of Joe Flacco's attention. The speedy veteran's yardage total was actually a season low, but leaves Wallace just 16 yards shy of the third 1,000-yard season of his career, and first since 2011 in Pittsburgh. He'll try to accomplish the feat in the Week 17 finale versus the Bengals.
Wallace caught two of five targets for 60 yards in Sunday's win over the Eagles. If not for his 54-yard catch and run in the fourth quarter, Sunday would've been Wallace's quietest game of the year. He was able to flash his top-flight speed on a drag route over the middle, which resulted in the big play to move the Ravens deep into Eagle territory. Otherwise, Wallace was held in check as he caught just one of his four other targets for a total of six yards. His two catches marked a season-low and his five targets were well below his season average entering Sunday (7.77). Wallace will face an improving Steelers secondary on Sunday.
Wallace caught five passes (on eight targets) for 52 yards in Monday's loss to the Patriots. Wallace's eight targets trailed only running back Kenneth Dixon, who was also the only Raven to top his five receptions Monday. That steady involvement allowed Wallace to top the 50-yard mark for the ninth straight game, which shows great consistency. In truth, his stat line Monday is about what fantasy owners should've come to expect from Wallace, but the speedster should like his chances of breaking off a big gain this Sunday against an Eagles secondary that proved vulnerable over the top this past weekend.
Wallace caught six of seven targets for 59 yards Sunday against the Dolphins. Despite Joe Flacco spreading the ball around to 10 different receivers, the speedy Wallace still made his mark on the game, finishing as the team's second leading receiver behind Dennis Pitta. He was, however, held out of the end zone for the fourth consecutive, as Flacco's four touchdown throws found other targets. Wallace will look to end his scoring drought against the Patriots next Monday night.
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