Dwayne Bowe avoids another lackluster fantasy outing with touchdown against Cowboys

Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

Dwayne Bowe managed to find the end zone along with his 56 receiving yards against Dallas. We take a look at the fantasy implications.

Dwayne Bowe finished Sunday with four receptions for 56 yards and a touchdown. He was targeted by quarterback Alex Smith eight times - second only to running back Jamaal Charles (10 targets). Bowe's touchdown came in the third quarter, boosting an otherwise mediocre stat line.

Fantasy impact: Bowe now has only 86 receiving yards in two weeks. He leads the team in receiving yards for the season, which speaks volumes for the lack of fantasy options on the Chiefs roster outside of Bowe and Charles. Alex Smith scrambled eight times for 57 yards as he failed to find options downfield throughout most of the afternoon. Bowe continues to be the top wide receiver on the Chief's roster, but remains a WR2 in most formats. He should have no trouble finding opportunities against the Eagles secondary in Week 3, but Smith's ability to take advantage of Bowe's talent has yet to be fully realized.

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