I believe we'll be happier with Wallace this year. We'd be singing a different tune about Wallace if Tannehill would have been able to hit him deep last year. I think Lazor will take advantage Wallace's skillset. I only hope that we are training Lazor's replacement this year. If successful I think he will get a head coaching offer next year.
Mike Wallace admitted he "didn't feel like I knew what was going on" last season. Observers of departed OC Mike Sherman's scheme didn't know what was going on either. He never even attempted to establish a run game, turned Ryan Tannehill into a pinata (league-high 58 sacks) and was strikingly uncreative with Wallace. New OC Bill Lazor is moving Wallace all over the formation, something that played a major role in DeSean Jackson's career-best 2013 season. Wallace says he feels "a lot more comfortable" and hasn't missed a single chance to work out with Tannehill this offseason. He's going to improve drastically on last year's career-worst 12.7 YPC and five touchdowns. http://www.rotoworld.com/player/nfl/5329/mike-wallace