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Dwayne Bowe, WR Kansas City Chiefs

2014 Strength of Schedule - KC

W1W2W3W4W5W6W7W8W9W10W11W12W13W14W15W16W17

Schedule difficulty based on schedule-adjusted, positional defensive ranking. Top DEF = 1, bottom DEF = 32.

2013 Game Stats

WeekOppRecRecYdsRecTDTgtsYPCRuAttRuYdsRuTDFumYPRSnapsSnap%
1JAX430067.50000-53/6285%
2DAL4561814.00000-61/6791%
3PHI14034.00000-63/8277%
4NYG4581714.50000-62/7385%
5TEN435068.80000-65/7093%
6OAK3460415.30000-56/6389%
7HOU5660913.20000-55/6881%
8CLE17027.00000-58/7379%
9BUF7670129.60000-48/5883%
10BYE------------
11DEN45711414.20000-68/7887%
12SD5511610.20000-54/6484%
13DEN3560718.70000-61/7285%
14WAS4691517.20000-42/6367%
15OAK324048.00000-39/5472%
16IND5460109.20000-52/5791%
17SD------------
Totals57672510311.800000.0837/100483%

Most Recent News

Dwayne Bowe wants to play leaner in 2014
January 15, 2014, 11:03am

Kansas City Star - [Full Article]

There’s a belief that Chiefs WR Dwayne Bowe, who is listed at 6 feet 2 and 221 pounds, could take a major step toward doing just that by having a strong offseason of conditioning, something that Bowe himself acknowledged during the radio interview.

“One thing I want to work on — my endurance,” Bowe said. “I was really, really tired that last game.”

Bowe said he plans on changing the way he eats, though he didn’t provide details. He said he played this year between 212 and 214 pounds but hopes to report to camp a little lighter to better fit the offense.

“I probably want to play at 208 and try to be as quick and swift as possible, because that’s the kind of receivers that Andy had when he was in Philly,” Bowe said. “I’d like to be more explosive and faster than I was this season. I just want to work on my work ethic a little more and become quicker and faster so I can be like DeSean Jackson and those speedy, quick guys.”


Fantasy Impact:
Bowe finished the season as the #44 fantasy WR, but was the #26 wideout from Week 11 to Week 16. (The Chiefs rested their starters in Week 17.) Bowe also posted 8-150-1 against the Colts in the Wildcard round of the playoffs, so there is some reason for optimism heading into 2014. Bowe also revealed that he has a small crack in his foot (which he calls a third-degree sprain) that won't require surgery.