Dolphins WR Mike Wallace said he and quarterback Ryan Tannehill have not missed a chance to work out together this offseason, other than the first day when Wallace was away. “We didn’t miss one day,” Wallace said. This might mean an increase in accuracy when Tannehill targets Wallace deep down the field — a point of contention last season.
Last year, “I didn’t feel like I knew what was going on,” Wallace said. “It’s still new, just because it’s a new offense, but at the same time I feel a lot more comfortable.”
Wallace finished the season as the #25 WR, but was an unreliable option for most of the year. Thanks to four touchdowns in his final six games, he averaged 10.8 FP in that span, which equates to low-end WR1-type numbers. We're not expecting that kind of production, though he should be a top-end WR3 if his late season surge continues into this season.