By Matthew Terelle, Browns Correspondent, Thu, Mar 19th 2:26pm EDT
The Cleveland Browns have signed free agent wide receiver Dwayne Bowe to a two-year deal. In 2014, Bowe had 60 catches for 754 yards and zero touchdowns. (Source: ESPN
Fantasy Impact: Bowe had a down year last season and struggled over the past two seasons with Alex Smith as his quarterback. Bowe should start on the outside opposite Brian Hartline and bump the Andrew Hawins/Taylor Gabriel combination to the slot. Bowe is a WR4 at best heading into 2015 drafts as a Browns passing attack led by Josh McCown is not expected to be very formidable.
By Matthew Terelle, Browns Correspondent, Thu, Mar 12th 8:22pm EDT
According to Mary Kay Cabot, the Browns are interested in free agent Dwayne Bowe. Bowe was released by the Chiefs last week. (Source: Mary Kay Cabot on Twitter
Fantasy Impact: The Browns are clearly still looking to upgrade their receiving corps as a rumor that they are also looking at Stevie Johnson circulated earlier today. Bowe would become the number one receiver in Cleveland by default, but his upside is limited by team's lack of a competent quarterback.
By Cody Warner, Browns Correspondent, Sun, Dec 28th 12:54pm EST
Dwayne Bowe got in one limited session in practice this week, but is ready to go Sunday against the Chargers.
Fantasy Impact: Bowe has been practicing less and less as the season has worn on, but it hasn't affected him too much overall. However, with Chase Daniel making his second career start, Bowe would not be a recommended play whatsoever.
By Brian Bockelman, Browns Correspondent, Sat, Dec 27th 11:53am EST
Dwayne Bowe was limited in Friday's practice and is questionable for week 17's match up with the Chargers with a shoulder injury. (Source: kcchiefs.com
Fantasy Impact: Dwayne Bowe's participation in practice Friday is a good indication he should be ready to play come game time. That being said, with Chase Daniel at the reins and Bowe's lack of consistent productivity up to this point, there's no reason you should be starting him. It's possible Daniel could take more shots than Smith did, but that doesn't mean they'll connect with Bowe.
By Cody Warner, Browns Correspondent, Sun, Dec 21st 4:29pm EST
Bowe secured 6 of 8 targets for 57 yds in Sunday's loss to the Steelers. (Source: NFL.com
Fantasy Impact: Though 57 yds is a bit underwhelming for 8 targets, Bowe played well for having sat out a week of practice. He almost had a TD as well, but had it knocked from his hands in good coverage. Bowe is a reach once again next week in the regular season finale against the Chargers, as the Chiefs continue to spread the ball around.
By Brian Bockelman, Browns Correspondent, Sat, Dec 20th 12:26pm EST
Dwayne Bowe missed practice all week this week with the flu. Andy Reid says he is expected to play. (Source: kcchiefs.com
Fantasy Impact: Dwayne Bowe draws a favorable match up with an uncharacteristically soft Steelers defense that's allowing the 9th most points to wide receivers this year. Being championship week, however, Bowe is still a complete stay away. He's unreliable and hasn't done anything to make us believe that's going to change this week.
By Cody Warner, Browns Correspondent, Sun, Dec 14th 4:48pm EST
Dwayne Bowe caught three balls for 69 yards in Sunday's victory over the Raiders. (Source: NFL.com
Fantasy Impact: Bowe tied for the lead in yards and catches for the Chiefs receivers and had an effective game. 69 yards is nothing to scoff at, but Bowe would once again be a desperation start next week, even against a struggling Steeler secondary.
By Brian Bockelman, Browns Correspondent, Mon, Dec 8th 3:25pm EST
Dwayne Bowe had two catches on three targets for just 29 yards Sunday. (Source: NFL.com
Fantasy Impact: Bowe was shadowed by Patrick Peterson most of Sunday's game, leading to a limit in opportunities. Bowe did have a nice catch and run to convert a third and 20, hurdling two defenders in the process. But unless your league dishes out style points, Bowe's production continues to disappoint. With the playoffs upon us, I can't envision a scenario in which you're rostering Bowe, let alone putting him in your starting line up.
By Brian Bockelman, Browns Correspondent, Mon, Dec 1st 1:05am EST
Dwayne Bowe had just 2 catches for 18 yards against the Broncos Sunday. (Source: NFL.com
Fantasy Impact: Dwayne Bowe seemed to be getting in a groove following a 93 yard 8 catch performance against the Bills in Week 10, but since then he has just 7 catches for 78 yards in 3 games combined. Regardless of how juicy the match up may seem, Bowe is a complete stay away. The Chief's offense simply doesn't rely on its receivers to move the football on a regular basis.
By Brian Bockelman, Browns Correspondent, Sat, Nov 22nd 8:42pm EST
Dwayne Bowe had just 3 catches for 42 yards in Thursday's game against the Raiders. (Source: NFL.com
Fantasy Impact: Through targets alone Bowe remains a decent prospect in PPR formats. The Chiefs' conservative offense and Bowe's lack of red zone opportunities makes him all but irrelevant in standard leagues, though.
Bowe would likely benefit if recent signee Jason Avant could have an immediate impact in the Kansas City's aerial attack. Defenses would be forced to divide their attention which could open up more quality looks for Bowe. For now, it's a wait-and-see situation, though.
By Mark Horn, Browns Correspondent, Mon, Nov 17th 9:36am EST
When your quarterback only has 108 passing yards and you still win, it's because you have an elite running game, and most likely an elite defense. Bowe had 2 receptions for 18 yards on 4 targets on Sunday. This is a direct result of the Chiefs playing to their strengths.
Fantasy Impact: If you are desperate and have the right match up, Bowe could score you a few points. Other than that he will not be a factor with all the other options that may be out there.
By Brian Bockelman, Browns Correspondent, Fri, Nov 14th 9:29pm EST
Donnie Avery returned to practice in a limited role this week but is ruled out for Sunday's game against the Seahawks. (Source: www.kcchiefs.com
Fantasy Impact: Avery likely isn't on your radar but his absence, along with that of A.J. Jenkins, means Dwayne Bowe figures to have a majority of Smith's targets again Sunday. While targets are nice, Bowe is facing a stingy Seattle secondary, so don't expect a career outing by any means. He remains a safe WR3 play in PPR formats with a relatively high floor and low ceiling.
By Dan Lucia, Browns Correspondent, Mon, Nov 10th 1:30pm EST
Dwayne Bowe caught eight passes for 93 yards Sunday against the Bills.
Fantasy Impact: Dwayne Bowe continues to have a steady, yet unspectacular season. He did have a season high 93 yards on Sunday but it still yet to find the end zone. While Bowe is a decent bye week replacement, he needs to find the end zone and break the 100 yard mark to be a truly viable play.
By Dan Lucia, Browns Correspondent, Fri, Nov 7th 8:54pm EST
Dwayne Bowe led the NFL in touchdowns in 2010 with 15, but so far in 2014, neither he nor any other of the Chiefs wide receivers has a touchdown reception. (Source: ESPN
Fantasy Impact: On a weekly basis Dwayne Bowe is quietly a productive member of the Chiefs offense, and he is happy with that. Unfortunately though, in the Chiefs dink and dunk, run first offense, Bowe is not much of a fantasy contributer if he can't get in the end zone. He is a WR5 or so until he can put some scores together.
By Dan Lucia, Browns Correspondent, Sun, Nov 2nd 4:37pm EST
Dwayne Bowe catches six passes for 55 yards in Chiefs win.
Fantasy Impact: Dwayne Bowe caught six of his 10 targets for 55 yards in another efficient, yet mediocre, performance. Bowe is a decent bye replacement WR3, but with the Chiefs dink-and-dunk passing attack, he should not be a weekly start.
By Dan Lucia, Browns Correspondent, Wed, Oct 29th 12:22pm EDT
Dwayne Bowe caught all six of his targets for 64 yards in the Chiefs week eight match up with the St. Louis Rams.
Fantasy Impact: Dwayne Bowe is quietly having an efficient, yet unspectacular, year. With the Chiefs focus on the run, Bowe is not a weekly starter in fantasy formats, but is a player who could be used as a bye week replacement in deeper leagues.
By Mark Horn, Browns Correspondent, Sun, Oct 19th 10:36pm EDT
Dwayne Bowe caught a 29 yard pass from Alex Smith that helped set up the winning field goal in the Chiefs 23-20 win versus the San Diego Chargers. Bowe finished with 5 receptions for 84 yards.
Fantasy Impact: Bowe scored 8 points in a standard league, and could warrant consideration was a WR3 or flex option. Since his bye week is already complete he could also come in handy as a solid reserve player.
By Dan Lucia, Browns Correspondent, Mon, Oct 6th 9:28am EDT
Dwayne Bowe caught just three passes for 42 yards in week five.
Fantasy Impact: With just 14 catches for 195 yards and no scores in four games so far in 2014, Dwayne Bowe seems like he has lost his fantasy relevance. Bowe will be nothing more than a bench player or someone to monitor on waivers after the Chiefs week six bye.
By Dan Lucia, Browns Correspondent, Wed, Oct 1st 9:01pm EDT
Dwayne Bowe caught five passes, including a 33 yarder, for 81 yards Monday night.
Fantasy Impact: Dwayne Bowe had his best game to date in week four. If this is a sign of things to come, Bowe may become a fantasy relevant player once again, especially during the byes, for his owners. For now, monitor his effectiveness in the coming weeks before making him a starting option.
By Mark Horn, Browns Correspondent, Mon, Sep 29th 11:42pm EDT
Dwayne Bowe had a solid game against the Patriots. He had five receptions for 81 yards. Most of these were in the first half. The Chiefs relied more on their dominant running game in the second half given their substantial lead.
Fantasy Impact: Alex Smith distributed the ball quite evenly, however Bowe provided the big target needed when the game was still in question. Bowe is a great waiver wire pick up in most leagues.
By Dan Lucia, Browns Correspondent, Sun, Sep 28th 11:30am EDT
After serving a one game suspension in week one, Dwayne Bowe has been less than impressive in the Chiefs offense. (Source: MailOnline
Fantasy Impact: With just six catches on 12 targets and 72 yards in two games so far this season, Dwayne Bowe is far from the explosive number one WR he was a few years back. He reportedly came into camp in great shape, but for now should be considered a low-end flex option until he proves his fantasy worth.
By Mark Horn, Browns Correspondent, Tue, Sep 9th 5:25pm EDT
Dwayne Bowe has been added to the Chiefs' 53 man roster after serving his one game suspension. (Source: Terez Paylor on Twitter
Fantasy Impact: Dwayne Bowe was anticipated to be a critical part of the Chiefs offense prior to being'spended. With the sub par performance of the offense against the Titans, and the 13 targets to Donnie Avery, it is expected for Bowe to return as the WR1 for the Chiefs. In deeper leagues he should be considered a WR3 or flex option.
By Andrew Sears, Browns Correspondent, Fri, Aug 15th 1:26pm EDT
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports that Bowe will be suspended for the first game of the regular season due to last year's arrest for possession of an illegal substance. This news comes on the heels that Bowe is also struggling with a finger injury that has caused him to struggle with drops in Training Camp. (Source: Adam Schefter on Twitter
Fantasy Impact: It's another blow to Bowe's fantasy value but the bigger issue is still likely the finger injury which head coach Andy Reid described as "being shot". Bowe is currently going in the 9th round of standard drafts. We would anticipate his ADP to drop a round or 2 and fantasy owners should be cautious about targeting him.
By Mark Horn, Browns Correspondent, Thu, Aug 14th 4:06pm EDT
Coach Andy Reid reports Dwayne Bowe's finger is "shot" which explains why he has dropped so many passes in practice. According to Reid it has been thrown out of place up to 15 times. Bowe is still practicing although not catching any passes. (Source: ESPN
Fantasy Impact: Bowe put in the off-season work needed to improve on last year's disappointing season, however this injury has to be a set back. At this point Bowe may be a decent bench player to be added in later rounds. He is important to the Chiefs thin receiving corps, but to expect WR3 production would be a high risk at this juncture.
By Blaine Blontz, Browns Correspondent, Tue, Jul 15th 4:51pm EDT
Dwayne Bowe spent the offseason improving his conditioning, entering the 2014 campaign 10 to 13 pounds lighter than last season, according to Tom Pelissero of USA Today. (Source: USA Today
Fantasy Impact: The Chiefs are hoping Bowe's improved conditioning leads to improved totals. The wide receiver put up disappointing numbers last season, and now that he's on the wrong side of 30 it's not clear what his production will be moving forward.
Breaking Football | Mar 20th
The Cleveland Browns were desperately needing wide receiver help, and they are getting it with the addition of Dwayne Bowe. The Browns agreed to a two-year deal with Bowe, after the Chiefs released Bowe, who spent eight seasons in Kansas City. Bowe visited Cleveland last week to meet with the Browns staff. Bowe already has a relationship with Browns GM Ray Farmer, who worked previously in the pers...
EDSFootball | Mar 19th
The Cleveland Browns and free-agent wide receiver Dwayne Bowe have agreed to a two-year deal, per NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. After the Chiefs agreed to a five-year deal with Jeremy Maclin, they released Bowe, but they would have likely released him for salary-cap reasons either way. Along with all other Chiefs receivers last season, Bowe had zero touchdowns and finished the season with only 60 re...
EDSFootball | Mar 12th
When the Kansas City Chiefs agreed to a five-year deal with Jeremy Maclin, it was all but certain that the team would part ways with Dwayne Bowe. And they have as the team announced today. Bowe had 60 receptions for 754 yards and no touchdowns last season. To be fair, no Chiefs receivers had a touchdown last season. Back in 2010, Bowe actually led the NFL in touchdown receptions (15), but he has h...