Miami Dolphins receiver Mike Wallace insists that his anger following his side's 23-10 win over the Cleveland Browns on Sunday was due to his own personal performance.
Miami Dolphins receiver Mike Wallace has explained that he was angry at himself and not the team's tactics following their 23-10 victory over the Cleveland Browns on Sunday.
Wallace was reportedly unhappy with the service he received during the match, being targeted just five times by quarterback Ryan Tannehill and posting figures of one reception for 15 yards.
However, the 27-year-old insists that his frustration was born out of his own personal performance and not the tactics employed by his team.
"I was upset with myself. It wasn't really anything else to do with anything," Wallace told reporters.
"I would've told you the same thing regardless. If you ask me about the plays, I don't really have the answer. That's all I meant by that."
Wallace is a new addition at the Dolphins having signed a five-year contract worth $60m during the off-season.
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