Wallace has been targeted an astounding 36 times in his last three games, but has only hauled in 15 passes over that span. Wallace has also failed to score a touchdown since Week 2 at Indianapolis.
In fact, that was Wallace's lone touchdown of the season. He does have 222 yards receiving over the aforementioned three tilts, but has not been able to break free for many deep bombs from quarterback Ryan Tannehill. He'll likely have difficulty scoring Thursday against a stingy Bengals defense as well. Wallace was drafted in most leagues as a WR2, but has been performing more like a WR3 or flex option this season.
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