(NEW YORK) — Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Dwayne Bowe is confident in his abilities under new head coach Andy Reid.
Bowe also shared that he has faith in his running back Jamaal Charles headed into 2013. Charles rushed for a career-best 1,509 yards last season.
“He’s going to lead the league in rushing this year, and I’m going to lead the league in touchdowns and receptions,” he said.
Bowe missed the first three games of 2012 due to an injury and went on to pull in 59 passes for 801 yards and three touchdowns.
“I’m going to tire a lot of cornerbacks out because we’re going hurry-up offense every day, practicing full speed, fast, hurry-up offense, and that’s something that’s going to catch the defense off guard, and that’s going to open up a lot of big plays down the field for the receivers and for the running game,” Bowe said.
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