Minnesota Vikings tight end Kyle Rudolph caught five passes for 122 yards and a touchdown, and was named the game’s Most Valuable Player, and the NFC routed the AFC 62-35 in the NFL Pro Bowl game in Honolulu on Sunday.
Rudolph is the second tight end to win the award, following San Diego’s Kellen Winslow, Sr., who tied for honors with Tampa Bay defensive end Lee Roy Selmon in 1982.
Seattle’s Russell Wilson threw three touchdown passes for the NFC, and New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning added two.
Indianapolis QB Andrew Luck recorded two TD passes for the AFC, and Cincinnati’s A.J. Green caught both of them, finishing with seven receptions for 119 yards. Green also caught a scoring pass from Denver’s Peyton Manning in the first minute of the ballgame.