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All eyes on Wide Receiver Mike Wallace

By John Evenson

All eyes will be on Miami Dolphins wide receiver Mike Wallace this Sunday in Indianapolis, as the big money acquisition had major struggles in his Dolphins debut. Wallace could only muster up one catch for 15 yards in the Dolphins' 23-10 win in Cleveland on Sunday, and reportedly told some writers after the game to go ask the coach why he struggled, suggesting that the game plan was out of his hands.

He clarified his statements on Monday saying that he was mad at himself after the game, and really didn't have the answers at the time as to why he struggled.

All eyes on Wide Receiver Mike Wallace

Tuesday, September 10 2013, 10:46 PM EDT

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