New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees isn't one of them, playing in his 10th Pro Bowl, throwing the only touchdown the NFC scored all night. Patterson's bread and butter, the kickoff return, was not a part of the Pro Bowl, as the ball is simply spotted at the 25-yard line after each scoring drive, which greatly negated his potential impact.
For the NFC, Everson Griffen recorded a game-high three sacks - three of seven sacks the NFC had as a team.
Travis Kelce's TD gave the AFC the lead over the NFC, 14-7, going into halftime.
Sunday night's All-Star event not only was announced as a sellout two days before kickoff, but the National Football League also said a supply of standing-room-only tickets quickly sold for $20 each, too.
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Linebacker Thomas Davis, tight end Greg Olsen, fullback Mike Tolbert and guard Trai Turner banded with 39 other elite players from the NFC for the 2017 Pro Bowl at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, but fell to the AFC 20-13 on Sunday night.
It is that time of year again when you tell yourself the Pro Bowl doesn't matter, yet here you are watching the highlights of the 2017 Pro Bowl. The losing squad pockets $30,000 apiece. But Graham also had a pass thrown to him on a fade route in the end zone in the fourth quarter but couldn't bring it in under what for the Pro Bowl passes as tight coverage. Although he accounted for only eight total yards, Tolbert was able to convert one first down in the game. On offense, Andy Dalton went 10/12 passing for 100 yards with a touchdown and an interception, while T.Y. Hilton caught five passes for 58 yards.
That essentially ended the game. Sherman's only statistic was the interception.
Brees rebounded on his second series and got the NFC on the scoreboard after finding Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin, who was wide open, for a 49-yard scoring pass.