Mike Wallace Shows The Kind Of Footwork Reserved For Ballerinas

It may have taken Mike Wallace a long time to get back into the fold in Pittsburgh, but when it came to tiptoeing in the end zone he showed the best feet of the year as he stayed inbounds to catch a 37-yard pass from Ben Roethlisberger. Was it instinctual, or just showing an unnatural level of awareness to turn his feet in such a way that there would be grass between his feet and the sideline? We might never know, but it has been one of the plays of the day so far.

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Hey, Steelers... think it might be time to pay this man yet? Wallace has four receptions for 68 yards and a TD thus far.

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