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    Wallace is not a Steeler

    He could have put a little effort in to catch that 3rd down throw to his feet,but was scared to get hit.He shows no effort bench him when Brown gets back and let Sanders take his spot.

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    Dive for it.
    Also on the almost TD. get ur feet in, fall down.....don't be afraid to get ur jersey dirty dude!! he's a pussy!!
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    He's makin the Steelers decision on what to do with him very easy.

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    He's putting forth the effort of a disgruntled employee............

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    No effort at all. He's not the reason they lost but he didn't help either.

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    Like I say... If it's not a fly pattern, he won't give 100% lol

    I wonder what Hines was thinking when he saw that.

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    I think the title of the post says it all: He simply isn't a Steeler. His lack of effort is appalling. Compare him to almost any other starter and his effort just stinks. The rest of the guys played their guts out and this wussy can't bother to focus or dive to the ground. I can't wait until he is gone.

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    This is why Brown is more important - he makes the tough catch & makes sure teams can't double Wallace.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steel Life View Post
    This is why Brown is more important - he makes the tough catch & makes sure teams can't double Wallace.
    Like I have said since last season, Antonio Brown is the best WR on this team and it shows when he is out. Wallace is a complementary piece to brown and he knows it which is why he doesn't want to stay in Pittsburgh. he knows Brown's star will outshine him and his ego can't handle that.

    Disgusting he didn't go low on that one throw. That is a catch an elite WR can easily make. We always argue about how Brown needs Wallace to get open. Well I think we are seeing that Wallace needs Brown to get open.
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    With his lack of effort, he might be on a roster with Limas in the future.

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