The Kansas City Chiefs had three players selected to the Pro Bowl, the NFL announced on Tuesday evening. The three are WR Dwayne Bowe, RB Jamaal Charles and G Brian Waters. This is a big honor so congrats to all three of those guys.
Bowe joins receivers Andre Johnson (starter), Reggie Wayne and Brandon Lloyd. He's leading the NFL in receiving touchdowns so it's easy to see why he was picked.
Charles joins running backs Maurice Jones-Drew (starter) and Arian Foster. Charles is arguably the best back in the NFL right now and is entering rare company in his yards per attempt this year.
Waters joins guards Kris Dielman (starter) and Logan Mankins on the Pro Bowl roster. Waters is one of the leaders of the offensive line that blocks for the best rushing attack in the NFL.
There's always someone who's going to be snubbed and you could make the case for a few Chiefs that should have been in this year. LB Tamba Hali was passed over for James Harrison, Cameron Wake and Terrell Suggs while Brandon Flowers was passed over by Nnamdi Asomugha, Darrelle Revis and Devin McCourty.