Mike Wallace held out of Wednesday's practice, but fantasy value on the rise

Jeff Zelevansky

Pittsburgh Steelers WR Mike Wallace was held out of Sunday's practice. We breakdown the fantasy implications.

Pittsburgh Steelers wide out Mike Wallace was held out of Wednesday's practice, via Ken Laird. Wallace was one of many Steelers that had the day off; it was simply a day of rest.

Wallace should be back at practice as soon as Thursday as the Steelers prepare to face the San Diego Chargers in Week 14.

Fantasy Analysis: Wallace is receiving a fantasy boost from the return of QB Ben Roethlisberger. No. 17 saw a significant drop in performance with his starting quarterback watching the games from the sidelines.

While Wallace was worth benching in Roethlisberger's absence, his value has returned and he should find his way back into your lineup. Their upcoming opponent, the Chargers, have struggled in a number of facets this year. Wallace could have one of his signature long plays this Sunday.

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