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Mike Wallace stays quiet in extended action, doesn't help fantasy value

Writers have been critical of Mike Wallace's rapport with Ryan Tannehill throughout training camp, but the duo started to look better in their last game against the Texans. Wallace didn't produce much in 43 snaps on Saturday night against the Buccaneers, though, as he caught three passes for 31 yards on four targets.

Brandon Gibson led the team with five receptions for 43 yards and a touchdown. Brian Hartline finished with four catches for 40 yards. Wallace saw the most reps out of the three.

Fantasy impact: There's no reason to panic again after one quiet outing. Wallace's ADP is hovering around No. 65 overall, and he's probably valued as more of a WR3 right now.

Reports out of practice continue to talk about Wallace's improvement after recovering from a groin injury. He still has WR2 upside, but owners shouldn't invest too much stock until results are seen in the game.

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