If you were surprised when the 2-14 Kansas City Chiefs had five players selected to the AFC Pro Bowl roster, expect to have your mind fully blown. Just days before the NFL’s All-Star game kicks off in Hawaii, the Chiefs added a sixth invite.
LB Justin Houston joined the roster after Denver Broncos LB Von Miller had to drop out due to an injury. You could have argued Houston deserved to be on the team out of the gate after he built on an impressive rookie season with a team-leading 10 sacks while starting all 16 games.
Along with Houston, the Chiefs will be represented by S Eric Berry, RB Jamaal Charles, P Dustin Colquitt, LB Tamba Hali and LB Derrick Johnson.
Not interested in watching the “meaningless” Pro Bowl this Sunday? Think about it this way: it’s the most meaningful game these Kansas City players have appeared in all season!