Originally written on Steel City Blitz  |  Last updated 11/10/14

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)
Before we dive into that question, we should look back a couple of years first, just to set the stage if you will. Going into the 2010 season there were question marks surrounding the Steelers receivers. Hines Ward was aging, Santonio Holmes was gone, and Mike Wallace; who had a solid rookie year in 2009 but still you wondered how he would respond in his sophomore year. Antwaan Randle El’s best years were behind him, and two unknowns were just drafted in Antonio Brown (6th round) and Emmanuel Sanders (3rd round). Things were sketchy at best but there were hopes for optimism with young talent in the fold. Wallace finished 2010 with 60 catches for 1,257 yds and 10 touchdowns. Antonio Brown finished with just 16 catches but made his mark as a returner; 17 kick off returns for 397 yds and 1 TD to go along with 19 punt returns for 197 yds. His circus catches late in the year especially made you think there was more to this kid than just a dynamic returner. Emmanuel Sanders had 28 catches...
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  • Looks like "Young Money" translated into "NO MONEY" this season! One or two seasons doesn't make a carrer. Consistency year after year make for a great carrer (Hines Ward, Lynn Swann, John Stallworth). Take note improve your skills or holdout for more money it's your carrer but take a good hard look in the mirror before you whynn.
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