NFL Pro Bowl 2018: Live Updates, Score and Highlights
In an entertaining Pro Bowl matchup, the AFC erased a 17-point deficit to win 24-23 over the NFC at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida. Arizona Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson logged two interceptions, and Minnesota Vikings safety Harrison Smith scored on a 79-yard interception return to show defense matters in this all-star game. However, after throwing a pick, Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr rebounded with a touchdown drive to put the AFC in the lead. The defense sealed the victory with a strip-sack on quarterback Jared Goff.
- January 28, 2018
Derek Carr Throws Game-Winning TD to Delanie Walker
AFC: 24 NFC: 23
Pro Bowl Score Recap
Drew Brees 8-yard pass to Adam Thielen (7-0 NFC)
Chris Boswell 41-yard field goal (7-3 NFC)
Graham Gano 43-yard field goal (10-3 NFC)
Harrison Smith 79-yard interception return (17-3 NFC)
Gano 40-yard field goal (20-3 NFC)
Alex Smith 4-yard pass to Delanie Walker (20-10 NFC)
LeSean McCoy 2-yard run (20-17 NFC)
Gano 38-yard field goal (23-17 NFC)
Derek Carr 18-yard pass to Walker (24-23 AFC)
Mark Ingram Says Go for the 💰
Peterson has two interceptions. Derek Carr is trying to drive the AFC downfield for a score. Will the Cardinals cornerback get the hat trick?
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- January 28, 2018
Patrick Peterson Grabs Interception No.✌
Raiders quarterback Derek Carr threw a beautiful deep ball, but he found the wrong target.
NFC Pro Bowlers Won't Allow Any More Casey Hayward Havoc 😂
He has an interception and a pass breakup.
Graham Gano: 3/3 FGs
NFC: 23 AFC: 17
There's 11:02 left in the game.
Shady with the House Call
Better Cornerback: Jalen Ramsey or Casey Hayward?
Both finished with the same amount of interceptions (four), but Hayward logged five more pass breakups (22) than Ramsey (17) during the 2017 regular season.
Breaking Out the Razzle Dazzle
Alex Smith Throws a Quick Strike to Delanie Walker
Walker isn't Travis Kelce, but Smith connects with him in stride.
Le'Veon Bell's Tweet: "Watch What I Do Next"
Thus far, Bell's patient run style has been on full display.
Halftime Pro Bowl Standouts
Drew Brees: 7/9, 66 yards, TD Kyle Rudolph: 4 recs, 43 yards
Jarvis Landry: 2 recs, 56 yards
A Patrick Peterson Pick!
Cardinals defensive backs are making their collective presence known in Orlando.
No Love for 1-Yard Fullback Runs? Roosevelt Nix Wants to Know
In response, the NFL Twitter handle kindly cut a highlight of Nix's one-yard run for a first down.
Harrison Smith to the 🏠
The Vikings put another touchdown on the board for the NFC.
Cardinals Rookie DB Budda Baker Recovers a Muffed Punt
Defending teams can't advance a muffed punt to the end zone for a score. However, the NFC regained possession after Tyreek Hill failed to cleanly field the kick.
Mark Ingram, Alvin Kamara Don't Plan on Fumbling in the Rain
There's steady downpour at Camping World Stadium.
Who Says There's No Defense in the Pro Bowl?
Vikings cornerback Xavier Rhodes breaks up a touchdown pass for Pittsburgh Steelers wideout Antonio Brown.
Graham Gano Nails a 43-yarder
It's his first Pro Bowl appearance.
Drew Brees ➡ Adam Thielen
Saints and Vikings working together to smooth things over from the postseason.
Brees Playing Nice with the Vikings 😀
Brees has completed four passes to Adam Thielen and Kyle Rudolph combined. There are no leftover hard feelings from the NFC Championship Game.
NFC Offense on the Field First 🏈
Lions cornerback Darius Slay captures a moment on the sideline. It's his first Pro Bowl.
Alex Smith's Last Pro Bowl as a Kansas City Chief?
He'll become the subject of trade rumors in the offseason.
ESPN's Charles Woodson Standing with NFC Pro Bowlers
As a player, Woodson made five Pro Bowl appearances with the Raiders and four with the Packers.
Mark Ingram's 2nd Pro Bowl Appearance
He also went to the Pro Bowl in 2014, but he put together his best year in 2017 with 1,540 yards and 12 touchdowns from scrimmage.
Running Backs Showing Out
Le'Veon Bell, Mark Ingram, Alvin Kamara and Todd Gurley striking poses before the game.
AFC, NFC Pro Bowl Rosters
Tom Brady, Rob Gronkowski, Fletcher Cox and Zach Ertz will participate in Super Bowl 52 and were replaced on their respective rosters.
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Updated player rosters for 2018 Pro Bowl in Orlando
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What to Watch for at the Pro Bowl