Mike Wallace Week Week 10 Fantasy Update: Steelers Wide Receiver Catches Six Balls But Fails To Score

The Steelers came away with one of their biggest wins of the season on Sunday afternoon in Cincinnati. On offense, they opened with two scoring drives on their first two possessions. Star wideout Mike Wallace, however, was not the beneficiary despite being targeted ten times over the course of the day by quarterback Ben Roethlisberger.

It was a solid day for Wallace but just the fourth time in ten games that he failed to cross the goal line. The wide receiver finished with a team-leading six catches for 54 yards. The speedy Wallace was also the beneficiary of a couple rushing attempts, gaining 31 yards on the two carries. It certainly wasn't a no show for Wallace but fantasy owners will hope for more next week when the Steelers travel to Kansas City.

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