Mike Wallace is very good at one thing and it has nothing to do with catching touchdowns or converting crucial third downs. Oh no, Wallace’s true talent is as a complainer. I swear, the Miami Dolphins‘ wide receiver sure has a lot of issues for a guy that is not even a year removed from signing a four-year $60 million.
Either way, Wallace is still upset about not getting the ball enough last season and had this to say about his first year in the Sunshine State:
“I should have had 15 or 20 more touchdowns. And that’s being modest. If you press me, you have no shot to cover me. Once I get you to stop your feet, it’s over.”
Keep in mind that Wallace only caught five touchdowns in 2013, so No. 11 isn’t exactly being “modest” like he claims. Besides, by saying “15 or 20 more” Wallace firmly believes he could have broken Randy Moss’ record of 23 touchdowns in one season. Hate to break it to you, Mike, but good ‘ole Ryan Tannehill doesn’t even belong in the same locker room as Tom Brady.
Moving on, this has less to do with Miami’s offense than it does with Wallace’s inability to act like a professional. How about this: instead of talking about catching more touchdowns, you put the work in so that you can actually reach double-digits first? Just a thought.