Ryan Mayer

The speed of wide receiver Mike Wallace has never been a question. He was picked up by the Ravens to be a deep threat this offseason following a disappointing showing in Minnesota last year. Wallace provided just that in his first game in the purple and black as he and QB Joe Flacco connected on a 66-yard touchdown in the first quarter against the Bills.

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Combine Wallace’s play with the one that Ravens fans saw earlier from Breshad Perriman and the Ravens new receiving corps is off to a good start for the 2016 season.