In Antonio Brown and Mike Wallace, the Steelers have their most explosive pair of starting wide receivers in team history.
PFW fantasy football expert Pat Fitzmaurice says he doubts that the Patriots' 32nd-ranked pass defense can halt Steelers WR Mike Wallace from having a monster game.
The Patriots' secondary will face one of the league's most explosive receivers on Sunday in Steelers WR Mike Wallace.
Steelers WR Mike Wallace, one of fantasy football's breakout stars of 2010, is capable of living up to high expectations this season.
In the fifth of six Super Bowl matchups we're highlighting, we examine how the Steelers' wide receivers match up with the Packers' defensive backs.
WR Mike Wallace has shown enough in Year Two as a Steeler to shed the "one-trick pony" label, but his coaches aren't ready to tell him that yet.
Here's a matchup to watch in the Week 10 game between the Patriots and Steelers: Steelers WR Mike Wallace vs. Patriots CBs Devin McCourty and Kyle Arrington
The Steelers' fourth starting quarterback since the preseason, Charlie Batch helped spark a punchless Pittsburgh offense with with three TD passes in the Steelers' 38-13 win at Tampa Bay Sunday.
Mike Wallace is the only dependable receiver on the Pittsburgh roster with the ability to stretch the field, according to AFC North Whispers, and that has the team worried.