The Dolphins had to answer a lot of uncomfortable questions this entire week after their $60 million free-agent purchase put up a pedestrian one-catch, 15-yard performance against the Cleveland Browns.
Mike Wallace himself inspired the clamor in the immediate aftermath of the game, as he wore his emotions on his sleeve with the press. He ducked their questions. He told them to ask the coaches about their game plan. He was visibly upset.
Never mind the fact the Dolphins won the game by two touchdowns. Mike Wallace's disappointing performance was all anyone wanted to talk about.
I penned an expansive breakdown of wide receiver Brian Hartline's dominant performance against the Cleveland Browns, yet when I talked about the piece on Twitter, most fan responses pivoted the topic immediately to Mike Wallace's performance. Fans wanted to know if the Miami Dolphins could fix him, and it had only been one game.
Let's explore some reasons Mike Wallace is going to be just fine in Miami.