The Pittsburgh Steelers and WR Mike Wallace have had a nice partnership for the past three seasons. The Steelers took Wallace in the third round (84thoverall pick) of the 2009 NFL Draft, a pick that has proven to be a wise one.
In his rookie season, Wallace led the league with a 19.4 yards-per-catch average. He totaled 756 yards and 6 TDs on 39 receptions. The Mississippi product improved on all of those numbers in 2010, becoming one of the top receivers in the AFC with 60 catches, 1,257 yards, 10 TDs and a 21.0 Y/R average.
Wallace got off to a great start in 2011, before his production dipped in the second half as Antonio Brown became Ben Roethlisberger’s go-to guy. Still, Wallace accumulated 1,193 yards and 8 TDs.
So why aren’t Steelers' fans in general expressing more panic over the possibility that Wallace might not be wearing black-and-gold next fall?
The answer is simple: because the Steelers have shown over the years that good (or even great) W...