2. Isiah Pacheco - RB
Pacheco enjoyed a true breakout season despite missing two games, rushing for 935 yards on 4.6 yards per carry with seven TDs while adding 44 catches for 244 yards and a pair of TDs through the air.
He's among the league leaders in broken tackles and had been the most consistent offensive player for the Chiefs, all things considered.
I don't have any issue with Raheem Mostert leading running backs in Pro Bowl voting, but there's not much of an argument for James Cook or Derrick Henry making it instead of Pacheco. Despite playing more games, Cook had fewer TDs and Henry averaged a pathetic 3.9 yards per carry.
Henry made it on name recognition most likely and Cook had a fine season. It's a shame their recognition had to come at Pacheco's expense, though perhaps it'll just fuel his fire throughout the postseason.
If the Chiefs make or even win the Super Bowl, it'll be on Pacheco's back.