"I'm fine,'' said Bowe, who practiced Tuesday. "I had minor headaches. It was nothing big. The coaches were going to rest me anyway, so I had a good time to rest and recover and be fresh for this game. That was the game plan. I didn't feel as bad as other people felt when they had a concussion. I just felt a little tired. There wasn't any dizziness or problems with vomit or none of that stuff. It was mainly just fatigue.''Bowe has played in 15 games and has amassed 673 yards and five touchdowns this year. Reeling from a 2-14 record last season, the Chiefs have surprised the league and fans by storming into the playoffs this year.
The Kansas City Chiefs (11-5) kickoff with the Indianapolis Colts (11-5) Saturday at 4:35 pm at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana.