He'll be getting them again (and then some in terms of salary!) come 2014 but has much higher expectations for his personal production, mainly because other defenses can't "key" on him in the new Dolphins offense.
"Nobody can ever key on me,” Wallace said. “Last year, you kind of knew where I was every single play."
Wallace, as Andrew Abramson of the Palm Beach Post notes, sat on the right side of the field for the majority of 2013. If a defense wanted to shut him down, there was a pretty basic formula.
The speedy receiver attributed his success early in Dolphins OTAs to moving around and Fins coach Joe Philbin pointed out moving Wallace around "creates mismatches."
Wallace was asked how he'll fare in 2014 with the changes and was pretty clear he thinks he'll be improved.
“A lot better,” Wallace said. “So much better.”
Miami would probably hope so given how much they're paying him this year.