Mike Wallace Watch: NFL's Most Dangerous Deep Threat Makes Most of Two Receptions in Steelers Week 6 Win

Another week, another big play touchdown from Mike Wallace. The Steelers top receiving threat had just two receptions in Pittsburgh's 17-13 win over Jacksonville, but he certainly made the most of them. Wallace had a 28-yard touchdown catch that gave the Steelers a 14-0 lead, and then his second catch, a 48-yarder in the second quarter, marked the fifth consecutive game that the third-year wide receiver has registered a catch of 40 or more yards. 

Wallace's numbers have tapered off the last couple of weeks, but he's still producing big plays each week for the Steelers and well on pace for an incredible statistical season. 

Game
Receptions
Yards
Yards/Catch
TDs
Week 1 @ BAL 8 107 13.38 0
 Week 2  vs SEA 8 126 15.75 1
Week 3 @ IND 5 144 28.8 1
Week 4 @ HOU 4 77 19.25 0
Week 5 vs TEN 6 82 13.66 1
Week 6 vs JAX 2 76 38.00 1

SEASON TOTALS
33 612 18.54 4

ON PACE FOR:
88 1,632 18.54 10-11

 

2011 WR Leaders (through Week 6)

Receiving Yards:

  • Wes Welker -- 785
  • Steve Smith -- 675
  • Jimmy Graham -- 620 
  • Mike Wallace -- 612
  • Calvin Johnson -- 564
Receptions:

  • Wes Welker -- 51 
  • Jeremy Maclin -- 37
  • Calvin Johnson -- 36
  • Greg Jennings -- 35
  • Roddy White -- 34
  • Mike Wallace, Steve Johnson -- 32
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