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Wallace Remains Listed as Co-starter On Week 14 Depth Chart; Mendenhall The 3rd Running Back


The newest media release for the Pittsburgh Steelers is now out for the upcoming Week 14 game against the San Diego Chargers and the included depth chart shows no changes from last week as both Mike Wallace and Emmanuel Sanders are still listed as co-starters opposite Antonio Brown and Rashard Mendenhall remains listed as the third string running back.

Despite the perceived demotion last week, Wallace was on the field for the Steelers opening offensive play, but he did wind up playing less snaps than both Sanders and Brown did in the game nonetheless.

Mendenhall was made inactive on Sunday against the Baltimore Ravens as Jonathan Dwyer started and was backed up by Isaac Redman and Chris Rainey. Dwyer is expected to make the start against the Chargers on Sunday and it would be the fourth of his career.

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  • steeltown

    Very proud of Dwyer

  • steeltown

    Still dont understand why they dont place Leftwich on IR or even release him, we could use the roster spot down the stretch and Hoyer has to be pretty much up to speed by now should the need arise

  • Clint Martin

    proud of Dwyer and disappointed in Mendenhall and Wallace!

  • Henry

    Why is Pope still listed ahead of David Paulson? Felt like Paulson got a ton of snaps on Sunday and I didn’t even see Pope on the field.

  • JT

    Could be IRed for Routt.

  • steeltown

    Good point, Paulson seems to get atleast 20snaps a game, while Pope maybe gets 5

  • JT

    Nobody cares about the TE behind Heath. Changing WR or RB means something to the competition.

  • Pete

    Pope has the experience but the coaches are very high on Paulson. He’s done well as a rookie.

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