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Chiefs Are Looking for a Little Help Behind Dwayne Bowe
by November 30, 1999 @ 12:00 am (Category : Uncategorized )

Jul 25th 2008 12:01PM by Ryan Wilson (author feed)
Filed under: Chiefs, AFC WestMaybe what former Ravens third-round wideout Devard Darling needed was the proverbial change of scenery. Or maybe he’s nothing more than a No. 3 or 4 NFL wide receiver. That he struggled to make it on the field in Baltimore’s anemic offense is indicting, but it’s hard to place all the blame on the pass catchers when Kyle Boller is whizzing footballs in the general direction in which they were intended.

Whatever, Darling is now in Kansas City, and he’s trying earn playing time on the only AFC unit with bigger questions at wide receiver than Baltimore (the Bears have the league’s worst wideouts by miles, in case you’re wondering). Second-year player Dwayne Bowe is quarterback Brodie Croyle’s go-to guy — and he should be — but after that, it’s a crapshoot. The rest of the Chiefs’ receiving unit is a bit of a mystery. But Croyle is pretty sure he’s spotted the Chiefs’ fastest receiver.

“That would probably be Devard Darling,” Croyle said. “He can really go. It’s one of those things where you don’t really notice it until you see the film. He just ‘leaves’ people.” So there’s that. Bowe is primed for another big season, but defenses are sure to roll coverages in his direction, which means that Tony Gonzalez and his protege, Brad Cottam, will play an integral role in the offense (which, frankly, isn’t much of a change).Continue Reading




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