Miami Dolphins wide receiver Mike Wallace made one of the sweetest catches of the day Sunday against the Buffalo Bills. Wallace took the toss from Ryan Tannehill and needed only one hand to haul in the 7-yard pass for the touchdown in Buffalo. See? Sweet.
Although the Miami Dolphins are currently down 26-10 to the Buffalo Bills, both Ryan Tannehill and Mike Wallace are having themselves strong fantasy performances. With 7:25 to go in the game, Tannehill has thrown for 169 yards and a touchdown. Show More Summary
Plays like this are why the Miami Dolphins gave Mike Wallace a big contract last year. The Dolphins wide receiver made a great play Sunday by hauling in a Ryan Tannehill pass with just one hand for a seven-yard touchdown in the third quarter against the Buffalo Bills. Wallace's touchdown cut the Bills' lead to 16-10. [Vine] Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
We can't be sure if Mike Wallace just got tired of everyone writing him off last season or it Bill Lazor's offense is really that much better for him. Probably the later. Oh, and catches like this one aren't a bad way to shake off a down season.
This one-handed Mike Wallace touchdown catch drew the Dolphins to within six of Buffalo. Read more...
We break down the Week 2 matchup between the Miami Dolphins and Buffalo Bills. The Week 2 matchup between the Miami Dolphins and Buffalo Bills features looking to gain an early edge in the AFC East. We've got all of the fantasy projections...Show More Summary
Mike Wallace (hamstring) is listed as probable for Sunday's game against the Bills. We break down the fantasy implications. Miami Dolphins receiver Mike Wallace (hamstring) is listed as probable for Week 2 against the Buffalo Bills.Show More Summary
Mike Wallace was limited in practice on Wednesday. We break down the fantasy implications. Miami Dolphins receiver Mike Wallace was limited in practice on Wednesday due to a hamstring injury. He suffered the injury on Sunday vs. the New England Patriots and is expected to play in Week 2 against the Buffalo Bills. Show More Summary
There are few greater joys in an NFL reporter's long Sunday at the stadium than when an interviewee starts dropping third-person references in his postgame media session, and Dolphins wide receiver Mike Wallace is in midseason form when...Show More Summary
Much of the focus for the Miami Dolphins as they approach their Week 1 matchup against the New England Patriots is on their new additions to the offensive side of the ball. New offensive coordinator Bill Lazor is trying to mirror the success and philosophy of Chip Kelly's offense. Show More Summary
Mike Wallace has a tough matchup in Week 1: Darrelle Revis. We break down the fantasy implications. Miami Dolphins wide receiver Mike Wallace struggled in his first season with the team, though he looked an awful lot better down the stretch than he did to start the season. Show More Summary
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Rogers (R-MI) told Fox News Sunday's Chris Wallace that President Barack Obama's statement that he had "no strategy" yet with regard to ISIS was characteristic of a hobbled foreign policy.
by Dish Staff Mike Miley owns up to it in a fascinating essay about his experiences at the David Foster Wallace Archive at the University of Texas, confessing, “I came to Austin as a stalker, the kind of person who ought to be the recipient of a restraining order, not a research fellowship”: The fellowship […]
Brown enjoyed a breakout season in 2013 and looks to do more of the same this year. We break down the fantasy implications. When the Pittsburgh Steelers let Mike Wallace walk in free agency after 2012, Antonio Brown was set up as the new No. Show More Summary
One of the biggest topics of conversation during the preseason has been the frequent flags thrown for defensive holding and illegal contact following the league’s decision to put a higher emphasis on those calls this season. Many people have complained about the increase with reasons varying from making it harder to defend the pass to…
It's a good thing the Miami Dolphins have weapons in the passing game like Mike Wallace, Brian Hartline, Charles Clay, Rishard Matthews, Brandon Gibson and rookie Jarvis Landry. The Dolphins will need them all, because if the preseason...Show More Summary
The Dolphins’ starting offense looked good in their preseason debut as Ryan Tannehill completed all six passes he threw against the Falcons. That would have been encouraging under any circumstances, but it was especially nice to see since the Dolphins were playing without Mike Wallace, Brian Hartline and Charles Clay. All three are expected to…
DAVIE, Fla. -- A daily review of the hot topics coming out of Miami Dolphins training camp: Dolphins receiver Mike Wallace expects to make his 2014 debut Saturday night against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Wallace missed last week’s preseason opener due to a hamstring injury but has practiced all this week. Show More Summary
Mike Wallace struggled last season and has been banged up this offseason, but he'll be in action during Saturday's preseason game. We break down the fantasy implications. Miami Dolphins wide receiver Mike Wallace will play in Saturday's preseason game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, according to Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald. Show More Summary