Kansas City Chiefs: Top 50 players of all-time

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32. Willie Roaf

Roaf only played four seasons with the Chiefs, but he was without a doubt one of the best to wear the uniform. Roaf was part of the team’s best offensive line, part of a unit that included Brian Waters and fellow Hall of Famer Will Shields. Roaf played nine season with the New Orleans Saints before joining Kansas City in 2002.

Roaf was a mountain of a man at 6-foot-5 and 320 pounds but had the feet of a dancer. Few could pull and get into space with more effectiveness, showcasing his incredible talent. Roaf was an 11-time Pro Bowler and nine-time All-Pro, including all four years with Kansas City in each category.

31. Dwayne Bowe

Bowe fizzled out toward the end of his tenure with the Chiefs, but he remains the best wide receiver this franchise has had since saying goodbye to Otis Taylor in the 1970s. Bowe endured struggles both on and off the field at times, but he managed to amass 532 catches, 7,155 yards and 44 touchdowns.

For a period of two years, Bowe was one of the top receivers in the game. Bowe caught 20 touchdowns between 2010 and 2011, helping Kansas City claim its most-recent division title. Bowe made the 2010 Pro Bowl and was also named a Second-Team All-Pro that season. In fairness to Bowe, what could have his numbers been with a decent quarterback?

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