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2011-2012 Regular Season Statistics: 16 games played, 81 receptions, 1,159 yards receiving, five touchdowns.
Dwayne Bowe should be the No. 1 receiver the Vikings should covet this offseason. Bowe would benefit the Vikings more than any other wider receiver listed because of his young age, production and his high ceiling.
While the Chiefs were shuffling around through different quarterbacks, Bowe was still able to put up big numbers. Although he did not score often, he was still able to move the ball down the field.
Bowe’s biggest problem is his inconsistency. Sometimes, Bowe looks like the second coming of Jerry Rice and other times, he looks like Troy Williamson.
In the past two years it seems like Bowe has finally buckled down and produced the way he was expected to. The scariest part about Bowe is that he has not yet reached his full potential.
Bowe will also be an expensive signing and it will be difficult to pry him away from his current team. If the Vikings find a way to sign Bowe, he will pump life into both the fans and the Vikings offense. Bowe and Ponder would be one of the deadliest combinations in the NFL for years to come—one that could even compete with Matthew Stafford and Calvin Johnson.
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