Forget Bowe

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    Forget Bowe

    Chiefs re-signed WR Dwayne Bowe to a five-year contract.

    The sides finalized the deal just ahead of Monday's 4PM franchise-tag deadline. Financials aren't in yet, but we suspect Bowe received roughly $11 million annually. He's now under Kansas City's control through his age-33 season. Appearing in 13 games last season, Bowe racked up 59 catches for 801 yards and three touchdowns. He's three seasons removed from a career-best 72/1,162/15 line, but has obviously been adversely affected by poor quarterback play. Alex Smith is at least competent and should help Bowe re-ascend to WR2 value in 2013.
     
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    I never liked Bowe or Wallace for the Pats, and never thought either one was ever considered by the Pats.

     
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    Never wanted him anyways.  Always wondered why people thought so much of him, he never impressed me.

     
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    didn't care for him either....just updating the news

     
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    In response to Iceman4's comment:

    Financials aren't in yet, but we suspect Bowe received roughly $11 million annually. He's now under Kansas City's control through his age-33 season. Appearing in 13 games last season, Bowe racked up 59 catches for 801 yards and three touchdowns. He's three seasons removed from a career-best 72/1,162/15 line, but has obviously been adversely affected by poor quarterback play. Alex Smith is at least competent and should help Bowe re-ascend to WR2 value in 2013.




    If Bowe is getting that kind of money with that kind of production, the Patriots have to come up with a reasonable offer for Wes Welker.

     
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    Bowe not worth the money they are paying him, $11 million for him is way over paid.  THe only bad thing about this is it could drive up the price for Welker.  While I want Welker to stay a Patriot, I don't want him breaking the Patriots cap bank.  $9 million range is being reported for Welker.  I would like to see a deal in the $8 to $9 million range, no higher. 

     
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    Still like Hartline from Miami.  I think he is a young Wes.

     
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    For the right price I would have liked to have Bowe but really I'll take Boldin (once released) or Nelson. Hartline would be a very nice addition too

     
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    forgotten

     
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    In response to msteven's comment:

    Still like Hartline from Miami.  I think he is a young Wes.



    Because he's white? Hartline is more a young David Givens...not Wes Welker. -_-

     
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    In response to 49Patriots' comment:

    In response to msteven's comment:

     

    Still like Hartline from Miami.  I think he is a young Wes.

     



    Because he's white? Hartline is more a young David Givens...not Wes Welker. -_-

     



    I agree, Hartline is an outside WR like Givens was. Amendola is closer to Wes

     
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    In response to TFB12's comment:

    Bowe not worth the money they are paying him, $11 million for him is way over paid.  THe only bad thing about this is it could drive up the price for Welker.  While I want Welker to stay a Patriot, I don't want him breaking the Patriots cap bank.  $9 million range is being reported for Welker.  I would like to see a deal in the $8 to $9 million range, no higher. 



    Oh? You don't think the Pats should ratain Welker at all cost? 

     

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