The Associated Press has released their official All-Pro teams for the 2022 regular season and Patrick Mahomes is among the Chiefs.
Another day, another all-star team of sorts for Patrick Mahomes and a handful of players from the Kansas City Chiefs—an array of well-earned hardware after a long but successful 14-win regular season and a first-round bye in the NFL Playoffs.
The Associated Press released their annual All-Pro teams on Friday with the start of the NFL’s Wild Card weekend ready to kick off on Saturday and Chiefs star quarterback Patrick Mahomes is among those players who made it from K.C.
The AFC West was well-represented on the offensive side with both Mahomes and Travis Kelce among the players listed on the first team. Las Vegas Raiders running back Josh Jacobs is the first-team option there, and his teammate Davante Adams earned one of the wideout spots.
The other two Chiefs to make it can be found along the defensive interior, where Chris Jones resides next to Quinnen Williams of the New York Jets, and at punter, where Tommy Townsend shows up.
As for the second team, the Chiefs added two more players there and both were along the offensive line, which is to be expected. Both left guard Joe Thuney and center Creed Humphrey earned Pro Bowl nods and they’re both found here as well, giving them further hardware on a job well done this season.
The biggest snubs here would be the lack of any real postseason recognition for someone like cornerback L’Jarius Sneed, who seems on the verge of breaking out on a wider level like this. Linebacker Nick Bolton would also merit some consideration here.