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The Pittsburgh wide receiver leads the league in catches of 40 yards or more with six, and he ranks second in yards per catch with an 18.6-yard average among receivers with at least 40 catches. (The
Perhaps that’s why Wallace didn’t seem the least bit awed by the idea of trying to go deep on a Ravens defense with seven-time
"They have a great safety in the middle of the field," Wallace said during a conference call with Baltimore media Wednesday. "So when you're playing with a guy like that, you have to kind of be smart about it. But I feel like I can still get deep on anybody. I don't care who's back there. So it's just a matter of opportunities. I've got to think sometimes when the guys get back there, they just don't throw it, but there's nothing they can do to stop me from getting deep if I have an opportunity."
Wallace’s confidence is understandable, but Ravens inside linebacker