What Mike Wallace found in his return to Miami: A whole new offense, one that he believes is better suited to his strengths.
“My style: Big-play offense,” Wallace said, referring to first-year coordinator Bill Lazor’s new system. “I see [Ryan Tannehill is] excited about it. He’s called me about eight, nine times.
“I just want to make some plays for my team,” Wallace continued. “Go out and make some plays for my team and have a much better year than last year. We can't have the kind of year we had last year. We need to be on the same page.”
Wallace had a career-high 73 catches last year, his first in Miami, but believes he left 15 to 20 touchdowns on the field because he and Tannehill could never figure out the deep ball.
“It’s a process,” said Joe Philbin, also appearing on the team-run radio program. “We feel like we’re going to see greater dividends this year.”
Wallace finished as the #25 receiver in 2013 and is currently the #36 WR off the board in the 8th round. He will have a chance to bounce back this season in Lazor's offense. It's good to hear that he's a fan of Lazor's approach.