Chiefs receiver Dwayne Bowe’s residency in coach Todd Haley’s doghouse looks ready to end.
Bowe didn’t start Friday’s game against the Vikings, but he entered the game on the second possession and played with Matt Cassel. And for the second straight game, Bowe looked like Kansas City’s best wideout. (Maybe because he is.)
Bowe led the team with three catches and 37 yards, including a touchdown catch in traffic. Haley used his first training camp to teach many lessons to his new team, but the time for motivational games and lessons is over.
Look for Bowe to be back in the starting lineup for Kansas City’s third preseason game. It’s time to start trying to win.