(KANSAS CITY, Mo.) The Chiefs could be staring at the number on overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft when all is said and done.
Although the sum failed to be greater than its parts this season, quite a few of those parts have been voted among the league's elite in 2012.
Five Chiefs have been named to the Pro Bowl.
Safety Eric Berry, making his first trip, and linebacker Tamba Hali were both named starters. Hali has amassed 41 tackles, nine sacks, and one forced fumble in 14 games played this year.
Berry picked up 68 solo tackles and an interception in his first full season back from injury.
Running back Jamaal Charles also returned with a bang after an ACL injury robbed him of much of his 2011 season. He was named to the AFC Offensive squad after leading the conference in rushing yards with 1,456. He also found the end zone five times.
Defensive mainstay Derrick Johnson will be returning as well. The linebacker recorded 104 tackles, a pair of sacks and three forced fumbles.
The special teams unit will don punter Dustin Colquitt after breaking the Chiefs' single-season record for most punts inside the 20-yard-line.
The Pro Bowl is set for Jan. 27th in Hawaii.