Dwayne Bowe, WR, N/A
2015 Outlook: Bust (overvalued)Last updated on Aug-20-2015 by Shawn Childs
Bowe has delivered three straight weak seasons after posting three 1,000-yard receiving campaigns in his first five years as a pro. Last year, Dwayne posted 60 catches on 95 targets for 754 yards and was held out of the end zone. He missed the first game of 2014 due a suspension stemming from a failed drug test. Bowe had only two games with the Chiefs last year in which he saw double-digit targets. He had a four-game stretch during the middle of the season during which he caught 25 passes for nearly 300 yards, but Dwayne had only one game in his last seven starts with more than three catches. He'll try to fill the void created by the loss of Gordon, but he may deliver only 60 cents on the dollar. He has the most TD upside of any of Cleveland's receivers despite getting shut out last year. Last year, the Browns completed 190 passes to the WR position for 2,643 yards and seven TDs. Bowe can't help but catch at least one-third of this production, which comes to 63 catches for 881 yards with a handful of touchdowns. He was the No. 36 wideout in FFWC leagues last season, but he's more of a WR4 or a deep flex option. He'll have more value if given a greater number of targets.
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