Mike Wallace is finally starting to make plays for the Miami Dolphins. Wallace had his best game as a Dolphin against the Carolina Panthers, accounting for 5 catches 127 yards and 1 touchdown.
Wallace’s new found success has led him to run his mouth a little bit this week. With a big matchup against the Jets looming, Wallace told the Miami Herald that he wants to “shut the boisterous Antonio Cromartie up.”
He’s a smart guy. He talks a lot,” Wallace said. “He’s going to try to get in your head so you just got to make plays and shut him up. Shut him up early, I think it’ll be a long day for him.”
“If not, it could the other way around. It’ll be a long day for you,” Wallace admits. “You just got to try to make plays and stay into the game and not get caught up in the extra stuff with him. I know he’s going to talk. At the same time, he’s a guy who can talk and back it up so I’m not going to take anything away from him.”