His stat sheet was robust, as Wallace reeled-in seven catches for 105 yards on 16 targets and capitalized on a long 49-yard catch through the air. However, Wallace could not make the most of his chances when the Ravens adjusted at halftime, catching just one pass for six yards since. Wallace also had numerous drops and failed to regularly cash-in despite making a few splash plays throughout the game.
Fantasy Spin: This is the all-too-familiar frustration that Wallace's owners will have to endure this season. They will gladly take his 17-point performance in PPR leagues, given his awful outputs in three out of his four previous games. But there's no denying that Wallace left several yards and even points on the field on Sunday, and that's going to be a common theme all season long, despite his big play ability. With the Dolphins having a Week 6 bye, Wallace's fantasy owners will be granted a reprieve from their usual collective headache.