His comments Sunday deflected from the team's win as Wallace told the press to ask the Dolphins' coaching staff why he only had a single catch in Miami's 13-point victory. The receiver's tune changed Monday when he told the Associated Press, "I'm mad at myself just because I didn't have a good game."
Wallace was signed to a five-year, $60 million contract this offseason to become the Dolphins' No. 1 receiver and primary deep threat for quarterback Ryan Tannehill.
The 15-yard debut shouldn't worry Dolphins fans too much, though. Wallace has a history of being a hot-and-cold receiver who's able to have a 100-yard game at a moment's notice, or be completely ineffective. He had three games in 2012 where he failed to reach 15 yards receiving, but another four where he finished with 75 yards or more.