Chiefs WR Dwayne Bowe will avoid immediate discipline for arrest
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Chiefs WR Dwayne Bowe will avoid immediate discipline for arrest

Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Dwayne Bowe @DwayneBowe82 will start in Week 11 versus the Denver Broncos. The former LSU receiver will avoid discipline for his arrest since the NFL will not take action until after the court has come to a final decision on the matter. Bowe was suspended in 2009 for a performance-enhancing drug issue and has no previous substance abuse issues so he isn't a repeat offender. It is possible the Chiefs could discipline on their own, but no announcement has been made about that.

Fantasy Analysis:

Bowe is coming off one of his better games this year. He caught seven of his 12 targets for 67 yards. Seems like nothing gets in the way of the football machine. The Chiefs are the last undefeated team in the NFL and sitting pretty with a 9-0 record. Of course they could sit Bowe to potentially minimize a future suspension or you know, just to do the right thing. But what incentive does Kansas City have to do anything in this culture cultivated by the NFL?

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"Do the right thing" ??? Is that a FF analysis or a political statement. Dude got a speeding ticket and had a little weed. Maybe he should be publicly "stoned" ( pun intended )

Posted by:
lucassidy2@aol.com 11/13/13 11:00 PM

Your obvious disdain for Vick bewilders me when you make the above comment about Bowe - pick a side with your criminals why don't you!

Posted by:
Spankmasster 11/14/13 01:40 AM

I did pick a side...and it is quite clear how I feel about each subject. The victimless "crime" of casual Marijuana use, (soon to be legal everywhere) I'm ok with, and don't feel you should lose your job over. The sociopathology associated with the killing of dogs rises to a level of behavior I regard as extremely disfunctional, bordering on psychotic. At the very least...Convicted Dog Killer means no more Wheaties commercials.

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lucassidy2@aol.com 11/14/13 02:53 PM

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