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Dwayne Bowe is Staying Productive | NFL Fantasy Football Information

NFL: Oakland Raiders at Kansas City Chiefs

2009 has been another ruff ride for the Kansas City Chiefs and their faithful fans. Lost in the muck of this pathetic start to the season is the consistent production from top receiver Dwayne Bowe.

This preseason I was concerned about Bowe’s fantasy football ranking when his head coach Todd Haley demoted him to the third string. However, shortly after Bowe was demoted he earned the right to be in the starting lineup by preseason’s end.

Finding a Way

Last season, Lions receiver Calvin Johnson had the ability to produce for fantasy football owners inspite of his team having major issues. So far, this season Bowe has had that same ability to produce on a bad team.

New York Giants v Kansas City Chiefs

In the first two weeks of the season Bowe didn’t have strong yardage numbers but did produce a touchdown in each game.

Unfortunately, Bowe did suffer a hamstring injury before week three and missed the game against the Eagles. The next week he continued to have problems and was limited to only one reception.

Week five Bowe bounced back and had 74 yards receiving and a touchdown against the Dallas Cowboys.

Last week Bowe led his team to their first win with six receptions for 109 yards.

When healthy it is clear to see that Bowe can be a consistent player for your fantasy team.

Fantasy Football Information for Dwayne Bowe

NFL: Oakland Raiders at Kansas City Chiefs

Look for Bowe to continue to be one of the top 15 fantasy football receivers in the league. The Chiefs have actually played better the past two weeks and that should only help Bowe produce.

This receiver has earned the right to start every week so make sure this talented receiver is in your lineup.

NFL Fantasy Football Information writer Sean E. Douglas:

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