• Vikes' Rudolph MVP as NFC coasts in Pro Bowl

    Summary of 5 articles · Updated Jan 29, 2013
    Vikings tight end Kyle Rudolph was named MVP of the Pro Bowl Minnesota Vikings tight end Kyle Rudolph was named Pro Bowl MVP after catching five passes for 122 yards and a touchdown. Rudolph doesn’t possess explosive wheels, but he’s difficult to defend on contested catches when his quarterback gives him a chance to make a play. With the future of the Pro Bowl in doubt, players for the AFC and NFC competed hard from the get-go, combining for 834 yards of total offense and 97 points as the NFC defeated the AFC 62-35 at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu on Sunday. While the game is clearly an offensive showcase, Chicago Bears defensive end Julius Peppers had a pair of sacks and Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul had a sack and grabbed an interception when he was lined up one-on-one with Houston Texans defensive J.J.
  • NFC up 10-7 as Saturday snaps to Manning one last time

    A quick play-by-play update on this year’s Pro Bowl, through just over a quarter. The NFC got the game’s initial possession, and Saints quarterback Drew Brees promptly botched his hand-off attempt to Vikings running back Adrian Peterson. Broncos corne

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