As Wallace re-entered the house, he walked to the kitchen to grab himself a beer (obviously Gatorade didn't cut it last time), and when he opened the fridge, all the lights in the house went out, leaving Wallace in total darkness.
In the silence, he felt the hair on the back of his neck stand up and felt the presence of a dominating figure behind him. He could feel the warm presence on the back of his neck.
As he slowley turned around, he could see Mike Tomlin standing behind him.
Without saying a word, Tomlin pointed to the living room, where the big screen turned on.
On the screen, Wallace watched as there was a press conference for the St. Louis Rams.
There sitting next to Jeff Fisher and Sam Bradford was Wallace. Wallace had just signed his new contract for six years, and $60 million. You could see that he was happy he just got his pay day.
As Wallace turned to Tomlin, he said, "See, I told you I was worth that kind of money! I told you I would get that contract!"
As Tomlin looked at Wallace, he didn't say a word, but only put his index finger in front of his mouth, as if to say "SSSHHHHH."
Tomlin then pointed back to the TV, where we saw the Rams playing in various games, all of which Wallace was drawing constant double teams, and not having the ball come his way enough.
Even when the ball was coming his way, he was having to battle two or three defenders to bring down the pass.
Tomlin then pointed over to the laptop that was sitting in the corner. Wallace walked over to the computer and looked, and the numbers that he saw were beyond scary.
Wallace saw that his career average in catches, yards and touchdowns dropped drastically after he left the Steelers.
Tomlin then took Wallace by the back of the shirt, and pulled him into another room.
In that other room, was the press office at Steelers headquarters. Wallace watched as Emmanuel Sanders was introduced after signing his new contract extension with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Sanders said he was glad to be with such a great organization, and that he is happy to be making the $9 million per year average that he got.
As Wallace turns to talk to Mike Tomlin, again he is grabbed by the back of his shirt and pulled him through another door.
This door lead to the New Orleans Super Dome, and inside, Wallace watched as Antonio Brown was standing on the podium holding the Vince Lombardi Trophy. Tomlin then grabbed Wallace again, and pulled him through another door.
Again, Wallace witnessed as Ben Roethlisberger handed another Lombardi Trophy to Emmanuel Sanders, as they celebrated winning another Super Bowl.
Then one more time, Wallace was pulled by Tomlin through yet another door, as he entered a hall way in Canton, Ohio.
At the end of a hall way they had to walk down, you could see the Hall of Fame induction ceremony. Being inducted was Emmanuel Sanders.
Standing behind Sanders, wearing those beautiful yellow suite jackets were Ben Roethlisberger, Antonio Brown, Troy Polamalu and Maurkice Pouncey.
As Wallace turned to his left, he could see the crowd of Steelers Nation standing there, with the "HERE WE GO STEELERS, HERE WE GO!" chant.
As Wallace put his hands to his face, and asked Mike Tomlin to stop showing him these things, the chant died down, and as the light went away, Wallace was again standing in the living room, with Mike Tomlin standing if front of him.
Wallace said, "Is this REALLY what the future hold for me? Is there anything I can do to change this?"
Tomlin only said that the future is not set in stone, and if Wallace were to return to the Steelers, stop being so greedy and sign his tender; a long-term deal could still be reached.
But, he would have to give up on his greed, and return to the only team he has a real chance at success with.
With that, Tomlin faded back into the darkness, and Wallace was left alone.