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.
Landing on the list for the Chiefs is CB Brandon Flowers. USA Today writes: "With 70 pass break-ups and 13 picks in four seasons, he's also going places ... like Honolulu in the near future."
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.
In 2010, Ryan Lilja made the list as did former Chief Wade Smith (remember him?). Derrick Johnson also made the list that year.