Found October 04, 2013 on Fox Sports Florida:
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DAVIE, Fla. -- Mike Wallace knows the Baltimore Ravens well. During Wallace's four years with Pittsburgh, the Steelers played against division rival Baltimore twice annually. The receiver will face the Ravens for the first time as a member of the Miami Dolphins on Sunday. And unlike Wallace's previous encounters with Baltimore, the Ravens will take the field as defending Super Bowl champions. Did Baltimore's Super status mean anything in terms of extra motivation? "Not to me," Wallace told FOX Sports Florida. "Maybe to some of my teammates, but to me it's just another football game. Another team standing in the way to where we want to get, and that's to the playoffs." Wallace and his teammates are thinking playoffs following a good start. A tough test at Sun Life Stadium stands between the Dolphins heading into their bye week 4-1 or 3-2. "It's definitely going to be a physical matchup," Wallace said. "They're a re...
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