He's going to be good, but let's wait before we send him straight to Canton.
he has moss-like ball skills and adjustment ability....but its a silly comparison.
if you took all the good from buress and all the good from nate washington you get mike wallace.
i said when ward got hurt and wallace became a man finally he was going to explode. he was a huge pussy last year and the first half of this year, when the team needed him the most he stepped up and wasnt just the deep guy. 2-3 receptions a game wont cut it....but the final stretch hes been getting like 5 and running all kinds of routes
i like sanders and brown, but i dont care what anyone says....wallace and holmes would have been filthy
lol 1 great season doesn't make him comparable to Randy Moss. Lynn Swann went into the HOF with 50 TD's, Moss had 52 TD's in New England alone.
Wallace is our top deep threat and only gonna get better, but I'm not even ready to call him a Holmes replacement until I see what he can do in the playoffs.
Last edited by Steel Trap86; 01-04-2011 at 03:24 PM.
I beleive that he is the real deal. I also believe he is going to be relied on this playoff run.
He is going to have to come up with some of those big plays for us.If he and Ben connect may determine whether we win or lose.
Don't want to put any pressure on the guy but you know the steelers would like to hit the homerun early in the game to get the momentum.
Or maybe late to get back into a game.
I'm not going to compare Wallace to Moss, because Wallace has only played two seasons: But Moss was a "one trick pony" tall and fast. I followed Moss when he was a Minn. Cunningham and Culppeper just through it up and he out ran everyone. he was NEVER and blocker and refuse to go across the middle of the field. Even when Moss went to the Pats nothing changed; 8 and 9 routes with fades when they got close to the end zone.
How is it that the Pats offense got BETTER after he left? How is it that the Vikes could only put up with him for 3 weeks after given up draft picks for him? How is it that the Tenn offense got worst when he came and got better after Britt came back?
When people speak of Moss they think of his entrance in the league (1st three years) and one year with the Pats. The rest of his career for the most part as been average to below average.
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