He still only has two TDs this season.
Despite much pre-season hype from many fantasy pundits, Wallace is a mere WR3 to this point with 27 catches for 357 yards and only one TD.
He's had a down fantasy year so far, but not all the blame can be put on Wallace and Ryan Tannehill. The pass protection has been awful with Tannehill being sacked a league-high 24 times.
Fantasy owners have to be disappointed thus far with Wallace, who seems out of sync with quarterback Ryan Tannehill. He's totaled just 16 receptions for 176 yards, with his lone score coming in a Week 2 win at Indianapolis. Owners won't find good trade return for Wallace at at this point, so it might be best to just hold onto him and hope he figures things out.
Quarterback Ryan Tannehill (shoulder) is also playing after being tagged as probable during the week, so look for the two to build on the chemistry they seemed to develop in Week 2 when they connected nine times for 115 yards and a score.
Wallace bounced back from a disappointing Dolphins debut in Week 1 with a nine-catch, 115-yard Week 2 performance with a touchdown against Indianapolis.
Wallace proved to be quarterback Ryan Tannehill's favorite target against the Colts, and that's exactly what the Dolphins were looking for when they signed him as a free agent from Pittsburgh in the offseason. Look for Wallace and Tannehill to continue to link up.
That's a lofty goal considering Wallace has yet to catch a pass in the exhibition season. He missed the Dolphins' first game with a groin injury, and quarterback Ryan Tannehill never looked his way during their brief time on the field in Friday's victory at Jacksonville. Wallace said Monday that if he didn't set a goal of leading the league in everything possible, he would be settling.
Wallace caught a long touchdown pass Wednesday from Ryan Tannehill, their first such connection in training camp. Miami wideouts caught only three TD passes last year. Wallace missed the exhibition opener Sunday against Dallas. He became the Dolphins' highest-paid player when he signed $60 million, five-year contract in March after four seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Wallace spent time working with a trainer with an undisclosed ailment. Dolphins coach Joe Philbin has a standing policy of not discussing injuries.
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