DAVIE, Fla. (AP) -- Ex-Pittsburgh Steelers receiver Mike Wallace watched his former team on TV this week and described the experience as weird, in part because they lost.
That didn't happen much when Wallace played for them. Now Pittsburgh's 0-2, while Wallace's surprising Miami Dolphins are 2-0.
He's not gloating about the Steelers' poor start, however.
"I still wish those guys the best," Wallace said. "Nobody can really stay on top forever, and if anybody can get through this, I know those guys can. But I'm not there; I'm here. And that's all that really matters."
While Wallace's absence is only part of Pittsburgh's problem, he's a big reason for the Dolphins' success. He served mostly as a decoy in the first game, opening up other options for quarterback Ryan Tannehill, then matched his career high with nine catches for 115 yards and a touchdown in last week's win at Indianapolis.
"We were going to find a way to get him involved at some point," Tannehill said. "When you have...