Based on this year only....his entire body of work puts him much higher on the chart....
Originally Posted by flippy
The sad part is that we don't have another receiver better than him this year....
You could also argue the opposite that he's lacked concentration/focus in a contract year. How committed is he to football? Perhaps he belongs even lower now that we know a little more about him.
Originally Posted by steelfin
You could argue that the majority of the team has lost concentration/focus through out parts of the year....
Originally Posted by flippy
People are fine with resigning Mendy....talk about loss of focus....
I'm not the Mike Wallace "hater" like some are. I would like to keep Wallace at a reasonable dollar amount. I would not pay him 10-12 mil / year...
I see a guy that shows:
1) Elite Speed when motivated - Isn't he supposed to be one of the fastests guys in the NFL? Seems odd the CB from Dallas torched him on Ben's INT. Just sayin?!?!
2) Average hands
4) Lacks concentratoin - By his own admission
5) A deep threat
6) Has trouble adjusting to the ball
7) Not a one-trick poney but close
He brings one very important aspect to this team. The ability to take the top off the coverage. I don't know what that's work in $$ amount but I don't think it's worth 10/million a year.
that car should be darker
Originally Posted by RuthlessBurgher
You have accurately captured the feelings of the vast majority of the fans who would like him to stay but not at a premium price he doesn't deserve. That isn't being a "hater" that is using your brain.
Originally Posted by steelz09
All those intangibles or lack there of and he is still the leading receiver on this team...
Originally Posted by Oviedo
Lets just hope AB steps it up and becomes a #1....
We will need to draft another receiver if he leaves.
what is a premium price?
8 million per?
Wallace has stepped it up the last few games after the article came out and he admitted he was losing focus. I think he has been targeted more and his effort has gone up. Route running is something that can be improved if he wants to improve. He has to accept coaching and apply himself. He isn't that poor of a route runner. Right now this offense needs him to step up because the running game is falling apart. Dwyer seems to have hit his proverbial wall and Redman gets hurt all the time.
Here ya go...and it kinda has a mohawk like Wallace too.
Originally Posted by squidkid
The Rams' offense featuring weapons such as Marshall Faulk, Torrey Holt, and Isaac Bruce were known as "The Greatest Show on Turf"
The Steelers' offense featuring weapons such as Le'Veon Bell and Martavis Bryant should be known as "The Greatest Show on Grass"
This has nothing at all to do with respective playing surfaces at the Edward Jones Dome vs. Heinz Field.
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