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|At this point in his career Dwayne Bowe is better suited as a complimentary WR2, rather than a WR1 trying to replace the dominant Josh Gordon. It’s been a long time since Bowe put up an elite line of 72-1162-15 in 2010. He (and in fairness, the entire Kansas City receiving corps) reached a new low of ineptitude, as he caught 60 passes for 754 yards, but failed to find the endzone. Some might argue the conservative passing schemes and limited arm strength of Alex Smith torpedoed Bowe’s fantasy value. I’ll be quick to remind those people that Josh McCown offers a downgrade in quarterback talent and Cleveland projects to be one of the least passing teams in the NFL. He’s big, and sure to be featured much more than he was the last few seasons, but the quarterback situation really limits his upside and value. The good news is he’ll come very cheap, and could be had very late in the draft, making him a great target as a WR4 on your roster.
|Dwayne Bowe expected to be inactive|
By: Mike Krueger | Sun Sep 13, 8:00 am
|Browns WR Dwayne Bowe (hamstring) will be inactive vs. #Jets, sources say. A 3rd stringer on the depth chart, his deal has $9M guaranteed (Ian Rapoport on Twitter)|
FFToday's Take: Bowe missed a good portion of training camp with a hamstring injury and has been unimpressive when he has stepped on the field. Brian Hartline and Andrew Hawkins are expected to get the start.