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Packers Better Equipped For Wallace This Time

WR Mike Wallace (J. Wickerham/Getty)

While Ben Roethlisberger and Hines Ward remain staples of the Steelers' offense, second-year receiver Mike Wallace has become the No. 1 weapon. A human highlight reel because of his blazing speed, Wallace hurt the Packers in 2009 and will be a challenge in the Super Bowl even for a much more complete defense.

The last time the Green Bay Packers were set to face the Pittsburgh Steelers' Mike Wallace, he had just 32 catches and three touchdowns in 13 games, only one of which was in a starting role. Then the rookie wide receiver got his second start and scored two touchdowns, a 60-yarder on the first play from scrimmage for the Steelers and a 19-yarder on the last play of scrimmage to help beat the... Recommended Stories

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