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Darting upfield with his cleats kicking up grass behind him, Pittsburgh Steelers star wide receiver Mike Wallace accelerates past cornerbacks as if they're stuck in cement. One of the fastest players in the league with high 4.2 speed in the 40-yard dash, Wallace leads the NFL with six catches of at least 40 yards. A year removed from a breakthrough season where he caught 60 passes for 1,275 yards and 10 touchdowns, Wallace remains one of the most dangerous deep threats in the game. With 43 catches for 800 yards and five touchdowns through eight games, Wallace has more receiving yards midway through the season than any player in franchise history after eclipsing two of the best seasons for John Stallworth and Yancey Thigpen. On pace for 86 catches for 1,600 yards and 10 touchdowns, Wallace isn't intimidated by the presence of Baltimore Ravens All-Pro free safety Ed Reed. "They have a great safety in the middle of the field," Wallace said during a conference call with Baltimore reporters...
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