USA Today released their All-Joe team, named after former Kansas City Chiefs defensive lineman Joe Phillips, which recognizes the guys who don't get a lot of recognition.
In 2008, Dwayne Bowe made the list as did Matt Cassel (when he was in New England). Also making the list that year was then-rookie Brandon Carr. Seems USA Today knows good football players when they see them.
In 2009, Tamba Hali made the list after his transition from 4-3 defensive end to 3-4 outside linebacker. Also on the list that year was Bernard Pollard, who was released by the Chiefs prior to that season.