After his 95-year TD, he didn't play for the rest of the first half because he didn't feel well. After the TD, Wallace was surrounded by trainers and doctors before heading to the locker room.
Wallace later explained he was not sidelined by an injury but by the effects of not having breakfast that morning. He didn't have much of an appetite leading up to the game against his former team.
The touchdown, which was the longest play from scrimmage in the Baltimore Ravens' regular-season history, also allowed Wallace to make history - becoming the first player to produce a 95-yard touchdown for two different teams.