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2011 Pro Bowl: KC Chiefs Play A Role In AFC's 55-41 Loss

The Kansas City Chiefs played a role in the NFC's 55-41 victory over the AFC in the 2011 Pro Bowl. The Chiefs had five total players in the game including QB Matt Cassel, RB Jamaal Charles, WR Dwayne Bowe, G Brian Waters and S Eric Berry. With players at key positions the Chiefs obviously had a lot of airtime.

Cassel ended up completing 5-of-12 passes for 95 yards. He had two touchdown passes -- one a multi-lateral run by C Alex Mack to close out the game. He also had two interceptions.

Charles rushed the ball 10 times for 72 yards and was the only one from the AFC side to score in the first half. His longest run was 32 yards.

Bowe caught four balls for 54 yards including a long of 21 yards.

We said this game was a laid-back affair but the AFC took that to another level in the first half as they dug themselves into a 42-0 hole before Charles scored with under two minutes remaining in the half. 

Tony Gonzalez extended his record for Pro Bowl receptions with 42 total and he now has a record six Pro Bowl touchdown receptions.

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