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|Miscast in dink and dunk offenses in Miami and Minnesota, Wallace seems like the ideal lid lifting option for Flacco and the Ravens. Never a heavy reception guy (73 receptions is his career high), Wallace is your prototypical boom or bust player. He only has one 100-yard game over the last two years, and found the end zone only twice during his cup of coffee with Minnesota. He should be a more efficient player for the Ravens, but he simply isnít going to get the ball enough to have much fantasy appeal.
| Flacco expected to start|
By: Mike Krueger | Sun Oct 23, 3:00 am
|Ravens' QB Joe Flacco, listed as questionable with a shoulder injury, is expected to start today vs Jets, per source. (ESPN)|
FFToday's Take: Flacco missed practice time this week but is expected to play although likely at less than 100 percent. A matchup with Jets is certainly good news for the Ravens QB and WR Mike Wallace.
| Steve Smith listed as Doubtful|
By: Mike Krueger | Fri Oct 14, 1:10 pm
|Steve Smith is listed as Doubtful on the injury report. (Baltimore Ravens on Twitter)|
FFToday's Take: Smith is going to be inactive on Sunday which should increase the opportunities for Kamar Aiken and tight end Dennis Pitta. Mike Wallace is also in play as a Flex option.
| No practice for Steve Smith, Wallace limited|
Ravens banged up at receiver
By: Mike Krueger | Thu Oct 13, 12:15 pm
|Wide receiver Steve Smith ankle is not present after sitting out Wednesday's session. Two more players who were limited: wide receiver Mike Wallace ribs and cornerback Shareece Wright back spasms are active and practicing. (Baltimore Sun)|
FFToday's Take: Smith missed practice Wednesday and is a candidate for the inactive list. Wallace has a better chance of playing but we should know more on his status later in the week. Expect Kamar Aiken to see an increased workload against the Giants.