Remember when Mike Wallace was considered the fastest player in the NFL and regularly caught bombs from Ben Roethlisberger during his Steelers career from 2009-2012?

Turns out, Wallace’s success was a function of Bruce Arians’ downfield passing attack because when he bolted for the Dolphins in 2013, he was both uninterested and ineffective. It got so bad that the Dolphins shipped him to the Vikings in 2015, where he lasted just one season.

Wallace signed with the Ravens this offseason, where he teams up with one of the league’s best deep passers, Joe Flacco. And any questions about whether Wallace would ever recapture his early career form were put to rest during the first half of his very first game in Baltimore. The highlight thus far is this 66-yard touchdown catch:

In related news, this sounds about right:

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Source: CBS Sports / WATCH: New Ravens WR Mike Wallace is a deep threat again, hauls in 66-yard TD pass