Mike Wallace and Greg Jennings are very different wide receivers in terms of style, but their career arcs are remarkably similar.
Both thrived in perfect systems for their talents (Jennings in Green Bay with Aaron Rodgers spreading the ball, Wallace in Pittsburgh catching downfield throws from Ben Roethlisberger). Both cashed in during free agency before the 2013 season, going to teams that proved to be imperfect fits.
Now the Vikings are trying Wallace instead of Jennings. I'm not sure how much of an upgrade it is, but it feels like enough of one — and a better fit — to make it worthwhile.
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