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Haden is one of the best cover cornerbacks in the league and he'll likely be matched up with Steelers speedster Mike Wallace plenty tonight.
Both players are the verge of becoming elite and this matchup could be the best thing about this game.
However, it comes at time when Wallace isn't getting the typical elite receiver targets, catches or yards.
In the last two games, Wallace has just 11 targets with five catches and 55 yards. His two touchdowns in Week 13 are the only reason fantasy owners aren't pulling out their hair.
In comparison, Hines Ward and Antonio Brown each have 10 targets in the past two games. It's clear defenses are focusing on Wallace and they're taking away his deep speed. Look for that to continue tonight with Haden and the Browns defense.
With that said, Wallace has had great success against the Browns in the past. Last year, he finished with six catches for 195 yards and two touchdowns in two games against Cleveland. Wallace also beat Haden on a long touchdown in the second game.
Fantasy spin: Despite being matched up with Haden, keep Wallace in your starting lineup. He is a top-tier wide receiver who should only be removed if he's injured.