HONOLULU — The NFC set a Pro Bowl record for most points scored in a 62-35 victory in the 2013 AFC-NFC Pro Bowl, but most importantly the players redeemed themselves after a lackluster effort last time around and perhaps saved the game itself.
All week, both teams preached that they would play hard in the game and it showed on the field – especially on the NFC side.
Russell Wilson threw three touchdown passes and Kyle Rudolph was named the games MVP after a five-catch, 122-yard performance, which included a great touchdown catch on the final play of the first half.
A.J. Green had three touchdown catches in a losing effort for the AFC.
Dave Sims and James Lofton called the action on Dial Global Sports.
(Peyton Manning’s TD pass to A.J. Green puts the AFC up 7-0)
(Drew Brees answers with a 36-yd TD pass to Vincent Jackson to tie it at 7-7)
(Derrick Johnson’s 42-yd interception return puts the AFC up 14-10)
(Eli Manning hits Victor Cruz and it’s 17-14 NFC)
(Marshawn Lynch takes it in and the lead is 24-14)
(Manning finds Kyle Rudolph and the NFC takes a 31-14 lead into the half)
(Russell Wilson’s TD pass to Doug Martin makes it 38-14)
(The AFC cuts it to 38-21 on Matt Schaub’s TD pass to Josh Cribbs)
(Wilson hits Larry Fitzgerald to make it 45-21)
(Vincent Jackson’s 2nd TD catch of the game makes it 52-21)
(Andrew Luck finds A.J. Green to cut the score to 55-28)
(Jerome Felton’s TD run makes it 62-28)
(Green’s 3rd TD catch of the game caps the scoring)
(Listen to Kyle Rudolph’s postgame interview with DGS sideline reporter Laura Okmin)