The Steelers will be without wide receiver Mike Wallace this Sunday against the Browns. The explosive deep threat didn't practice all week because of a strained hip and was officially ruled out on Friday. Antonio Brown and Emmanuel Sanders will be Pittsburgh's top two wideouts in the season finale.
In missing the first game of his career, Wallace may have very well played his final game as a Steeler. He is a free agent after the season, and beat writers believe he will be looking for more money than the team is willing to give him. For Week 17, Brown is a very nice play as he has scored in three straight games and has seen his yardage totals climb of late. One worry is that he will see a lot of Joe Haden, but I still think Brown is definitely worth a start in 10- and 12-team leagues. I mean, with Wallace and Heath Miller out, to whom else is Ben Roethlisberger going to throw?