Just two days into OTAs and wide receiver Dwayne Bowe is happy with what he is seeing from the new coaching staff, new quarterback and a new offensive scheme, which has Bowe thinking big.
Following the team’s second uptempo practice, Bowe predicts that not only will Jamaal Charles lead the NFL in rushing average, but that he will lead the league in receptions and touchdowns. That would be a complete turnaround from the offensive numbers we’ve been seeing from the Chiefs in recent years.
Andy Reid, or ‘Big Red,’ as Bowe refers to him, has been demanding a fast paced approach to the offense. Bowe says when they minimize the mistakes and tighten things up the offense is going to be fun to watch. He’s excited because he sees more vertical pass plays being called and his respects his new signal caller, Alex Smith, who commands attention in the huddle.
AUDIO Dwayne Bowe discusses day two of OTAs (3:15)