Kansas City Chiefs Pro-Bowlers and All-Pros from the 2010-2011 Season Which Chiefs Should and Will Make the List

As you Chiefs fans know the regular season is closing in, but that is not the end. After these next three regular season games their will be Chiefs playing in other games: Hopefully the playoffs, hopefully the Super Bowl, and the Pro-Bowl. The Chiefs got snubbed last year in Pro-Bowl voting with no Chiefs in it, I think that will change by the way the Chiefs play this year. Here is a list of which Chiefs should and will make the Pro-Bowl and which Chiefs will be up for All-Pro teams.


The Chiefs that Should Make the Pro-Bowl:


Eric Berry Safety, has turned out to be one of the best Chiefs defensive players throught the second half of the season 76 tackles, 2.0 sacks, 3 interceptions to week 15.

Brian Waters Guard, a 4-time Pro-Bowler has been one of the reasons the Chiefs lead the NFL in rushing.

Ryan Lilja Guard, came in this year and has been one of the best guards in the game both run blocking and pass blocking.

Branden Albert Tackle, has completely turned around his play from last year outstanding in pass protection

Tamba Hali Outside Linebacker, arguably the best pass rusher in the league has 11.0 sacks so far this season.

Dwayne Bowe Wide Receiver, has completely turned around his play from last season on pace for 1000 yards receiving and leagues the lead in touchdown catches with 14.

Terrance Copper Special Teamer, has been stellar on special teams tackles with 12, plays on kickoffs, punts, kick returns, punt returns, and now starts at receiver.

Jamaal Charles Running Back, currently 3rd in the NFL in rushing with 1,177 and leads the NFL by far with a 6.1 yards per carry average.

Glenn Dorsey Defensive End, the Chiefs best run stopper key in turning around the Chiefs run defense has 53 tackles so far this season.

Derrick Johnson Inside Linebacker, on pace for his first 100 tackle season of his career with 99 so far this season also has 1.0 sack, 4 forced fumbles, and a pick six.

Matt Cassel Quarterback, has put up tremendous numbers this season 23 touchdown passes with only 4 interceptions so far this season.

Brandon Flowers Cornerback, he might be the shutdown corner of the 2010 season hasn't had a interception in weeks because no one throws his way anymore.


Which Chiefs Will Make the Pro-Bowl:


Eric Berry Safety, he has a big name and plays pretty good football, has had a great rookie year and is the second biggest name in the strong safety section on the Pro-Bowl voting in the AFC next to Troy Polumalu.

Brian Waters Guard, he has been to the Pro Bowl 4 times, again key in the offensive turnaround.

Jamaal Charles Running Back, hasn't been getting many votes lately, but when the coaches vote he will likely get the go.

Brandon Flowers Cornerback, people are starting to recognize who this guy is and you best be not throw his way.


Biggest Pro-Bowl Snub is Tamba Hali he has been dominate this season and i guess fans just can't get his name in their heads which is really sad because he is having a monster season. 


Chiefs that Will make All-Pro Teams:


Ryan Lilja Guard First Team All-Pro, Lilja was on many midseason All-Pro teams and the Chiefs continue to run the ball well and have been great passing the ball since midseason.

Brandon Flowers Cornerback First Team All-Pro, Like Lija Brandon Flowers was on many midseason All-Pro teams and his play shows.

Tamba Hali Outside Linebacker Second Team All-Pro, Hali will get snubbed in Pro-Bowl voting, but the football gurus that vote the All-Pro teams will get Hali's name on a team.

This is a FanPost and does not necessarily reflect the views of Arrowhead Pride's writers or editors. It does reflect the views of this particular fan though, which is as important as the views of Arrowhead Pride writers or editors.

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