Originally posted on Pro Sports Daily  |  Last updated 9/14/13

PITTSBURGH - NOVEMBER 14: Mike Wallace of the Pittsburgh Steelers celebrates scoring a touchdown against the New England Patriots on November 14, 2010 at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Chris McGrath/Getty Images)
The title of this article is nothing new. The Miami Dolphins need for Mike Wallace to be involved in the game plan has been discussed at length since his arrival. Most media pundits will tell you the same thing but very few of the locals who are asking those “Wallace/Tannehill” relationship questions will offer a solution. It’s like being book smart vs. street smart. Some have no clue as to what is reality on a football field. When it comes to the Miami Dolphins and Mike Wallace the game plan needs to be far more simple than “See Mike Run”. A speed burner down the field is still a one trick pony. Albeit a very fast pony. The Dolphins opted to throw to Wallace only a handful of times and in reality none of them were really to his best ability. Dismissing the two deep balls is easy. Wallace was knocked off his routes and the ball fell long. It happens and is neither an indictment on Tannehill or Wallace. Two other passes were out patterns. The Dolphins are missing the opp...
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