The Kansas City Chiefs aren't very important to the fantasy football world because their offense doesn't regularly put up huge numbers (save last week's 469-yard passing performance last week). They do have a couple of players -- WR Dwayne Bowe and TE Tony Moeaki -- who are solid fantasy options at their position. Bowe is playing on Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals.
Moeaki is not. He's reportedly suffering from a concussion and won't be playing.
TE Leonard Pope is actually the No. 1 tight end (if you believe the depth chart) but he can't replace the numbers Moeaki puts up. The best you can hope is that Pope is a red zone target because he's not someone that will consistently hurt the Cardinals in coverage.
Bowe will be playing and I imagine he's made some fantasy football friends the last few weeks. He's on a tear catching eight touchdown passes in the last five games. He's been one of Matt Cassel's favorite targets and suddenly has a nose for the end zone.
For as much flack that the Chiefs passing game gets, Bowe is tied atop the NFL with nine receiving touchdowns.