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For Kansas City Chiefs fans, the 2015 Pro Bowl was the football equivalent of generic ramen; it’s (arguably) better than nothing but leaves a bad taste in your mouth.
Unlike years past, the Chiefs were repped by a modest amount of players—and only three of the four took the field.
By the end of the evening, Dontari Poe and Tamba Hali combined for four tackles, while Jamaal Charles totaled 25 yards on four carries. Justin Houston, meanwhile, was missing in action, leading to conflicting reports about the cause.
All in all, the off-field headlines were more intriguing than the on-field action.