By Rahul Lal

There aren’t many players who quicker and deadlier than Mike Wallace in the open field and the Pittsburgh Steelers found this out the hard way in the first quarter of Sunday’s game.

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The Baltimore Ravens (3-4) only trail the Steelers by one game for the lead in the AFC North and are looking to pick up a big win against Big Ben and company at home. The Ravens were backed up near their own goal line with quarterback Joe Flacco finding Wallace streaking around the 15 yard line. Wallace proceeded to run the rest of the way to complete the longest play in Ravens’ history using his lightening speed.

Wallace spent his first four seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers churning out two seasons with over 1,110 yards and some of his best. This season has been something of a revival for the veteran wide receiver as he is on pace for his best season since he was playing in Pittsburgh. The Ravens currently hold a 7-0 lead in what is sure to be a competitive game for both teams.

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