Every year, each team has many players that are worthy of making their respective Pro Bowl roster.
Even though the Kansas City Chiefs were able to get two players on the AFC roster, there were still several players that deserved to get selected as well.
Here are three Chiefs that were snubbed by Pro Bowl voters this season.
The mercurial wide receiver was looking for his second straight trip to the Pro Bowl this season.
However, things didn't go in Bowe's favor this year.
I expect Bowe to make his return to the Pro Bowl in 2013.
Many around Kansas City thought that this would be the year that Chiefs CB Brandon Flowers finally busted through and was selected to his first Pro Bowl.
Unfortunately, things didn't work out that way for Flowers and the Chiefs.
For a guy that was tied for third in the AFC in interceptions and was tied for first in pass deflections, the former Virginia Tech star should have been the third member of his squad to make the '12 Pro Bowl roster.
Le'Ron McClain is hands down one of the best fullbacks in the league.
He's already made the Pro Bowl twice in the past, and nearly made it again last season while with the Ravens.
His dominant blocking helped the Chiefs continue to have a solid ground attack this season, even without star Jamaal Charles for much of the year.
Even though Baltimore's Vonta Leach had a great year, McClain should be the starting fullback for the AFC in this year's Pro Bowl.