After Dolphins receiver Mike Wallace was either benched in or pulled himself from Miami's regular-season finale, he stood by his locker and remained silent while teammate Brandon Gibson spoke to reporters in his place.
This one-handed Mike Wallace touchdown catch drew the Dolphins to within six of Buffalo.
If you had Week 1 in the "when will Miami's $30-million-man first complain about his number of targets" pool, congratulations! Please collect your prize. It's a turd in a paper bag.
If you had Dolphins wide receiver Mike Wallace in your "Who Will be the First Athlete to Say Something Homophobic in the Wake of Jason Collins Outing Himself?" pool, then congratulations! You win!
What a play by all involved. Big Ben scrambled and kept the play alive while Mike Wallace followed his quarterback, adjusted his route and made a big play. That only leaves Antonio Brown. OK, so maybe it wasn't a great play by all involved. Come on, Antonio. You looked as lost as Al Michaels sounded. You've got to…
There's something kind of awesome about Mike Wallace's questioning of Roger Clemens on "60 Minutes," set to air this Sunday. Clemens uses the tired, repeatedly discredited "it was just B-12!" alibi, and boy, does Wallace ever get after him.