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If this football thing doesn't work out for Dwayne Bowe, he could find a career as a juggler. Check out how he makes this catch in the end zone. The Chiefs beat the Colts 28-24. Bowe finished the game with seven catches for 128 yards and two touchdowns. That's the third time he's had more than 100 yards in just five games this season.
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