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2014 Fantasy Football: Predicting The Stats For WR Mike Wallace

Predicting The Fantasy Stats For WR Mike Wallace

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To help you form a draft strategy this summer, here is a full statistical fantasy football prediction for Miami Dolphins WR Mike Wallace.

Games Played - 16

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Games Played - 16

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Wallace has only missed one game in his five professional seasons. He has become a fixture in fantasy lineups and will be a safe bet to play all 16 games again in 2014.

Receptions – 78

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Receptions – 78

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Wallace caught fewer balls (73) than teammate Brian Hartline (76), but the former Steeler received a team-high 142 targets. Wallace will see more balls downfield and he will connect with QB Ryan Tannehill more often in 2014.

Receiving Yards – 1,076

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Receiving Yards – 1,076

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Wallace was maddeningly inconsistent last season, but he still had four 100-yard performances. He won’t lead the AFC in receiving yards, but he will do enough to have another 1,000-yard campaign in 2014.

Yards Per Catch – 13.8

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Yards Per Catch – 13.8

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Wallace’s YPC has decreased steadily over the past several seasons. His 12.7 YPC was the lowest mark of his career and was proof of how Miami relentlessly utilizes their number one wideout.

Touchdowns – 6

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Touchdowns – 6

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The growth of the offense will only give Wallace more shots to get into the end-zone. Look for Wallace to best his five touchdowns from 2013.