Mike Wallace Watch: Budding Superstar Sets Franchise Record with 95-Yard Touchdown Reception in Week 7 Win

GLENDALE, AZ - OCTOBER 23: Wide receivers Hines Ward #86 and Mike Wallace #17 of the Pittsburgh Steelers run out onto the field before the NFL game against the Arizona Cardinals at the University of Phoenix Stadium on October 23, 2011 in Glendale, Arizona. The Steelers defeated the Cardinals 32-20. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

Another week, another jaw-dropping play from Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Mike Wallace. The third-year Ole Miss product extended the Steelers lead over the Cardinals on Sunday when he burned Patrick Peterson, Arizona's first round draft pick this year, deep and then outraced both he and the Cardinals safety chasing in pursuit for a 95-yard score that extended Pittsburgh's lead to 14-0 in the second quarter. The play was the longest passing play in Steelers franchise history thanks to Wallace's legendary speed after the catch. The play was truly a sight to behold. Just when you think he's out of his ways to pull off the incredible...

Let's see where Wallace's numbers stand through seven weeks, followed by how he's stacking up in receiving yards and yards per reception among his peers.

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
Week 7 @ ARI 3 118 39.33 1

SEASON TOTALS
36 730 20.55 5

ON PACE FOR:
82 1,668 20.55 11-12

 

2011 WR Leaders (through Week 7)

Receiving Yards:

Yards per Reception (minimum 25 receptions):

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