AFC wins 3rd straight Pro Bowl, 26-7 over NFC in Orlando

AFC wins 3rd straight Pro Bowl, 26-7 over NFC in Orlando

The game would finish with the AFC winning 26-7 which is the biggest margin of victory in the Pro Bowl game since 2003.

That didn't change during the 2019 Pro Bowl in Orlando. Ironically, the NFC proceeded to get blown out in a rainy contest by the AFC squad, who were up 20-0 going into the fourth quarter.

The best part of the malfunction is the hilarious reaction from New York Jets safety Jamal Adams, who can't seem to escape things getting ruined at this year's Pro Bowl. The 23-year-old continued to put up numbers, sporting a stat line of 7-of-14 for 156 yards and a touchdown en route to offensive MVP honors. "It was great to be out here and have so much support from the fans and the kids". Unfortunately for him, his success on the field throughout the regular season resulted in a ton of camera attention at the Pro Bowl regardless of the situation. His spot went to Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans, who had an interception. The drive would be finished off with a 6-yard pass from Watson to Jaguars Defensive Back, Jalen Ramsey.

Minnesota Vikings receiver Adam Thielen also threw an interception on a trick play.

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Garrett got himself a sack of Russell Wilson in the second quarter.

Kansas City's Patrick Mahomes completed an 18-yard touchdown pass to Indianapolis' Eric Ebron on the opening possession, helping Mahomes earn the offensive Most Valuable Player award.

ESPN says Pro Bowl averaged 8 million viewers. He was the first quarterback up for the AFC squad. It's now been learned that four of the officials working last week's Rams-Saints game live in Los Angeles.

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