By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
The AFC won the Pro Bowl in the 2020 edition on Sunday. The AFC won 38-33 over the NFC at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida in front of 54,024 fans.
In its current format of AFC vs. NFC, the AFC leads the series. Presently, with their four-game win streak, they lead the all-time series in this format with a 25-22 series lead.
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson was named the Offensive MVP of the game. Jacksonville Jaguars defensive end Calais Campbell was named the Defensive MVP.
Jackson led the AFC in passing, as he went 16 of 23 for 185 yards. He had two touchdown passes and one interception.
Ravens running back Mark Ingram II led the backs with five carries for 31 yards. Ravens tight end Mark Andrews led the receivers with nine receptions for 73 yards and a touchdown.
Minnesota Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins led the NFC, as he went 13 of 22 for 181 yards. He had two touchdown passes and one interception.
Vikings running back Dalvin Cook led the backs with three carries for 17 yards. Detroit Lions wide receiver Kenny Golladay led the receivers with three receptions for 109 yards.
NFC outscored the AFC, 19-14, in the second half. Fletcher Cox scored on a 61-yard interception returned for a touchdown.
Cousins hit Davante Adams for a 13-yard touchdown reception. Following this touchdown, Wil Lutz’s PAT was blocked.
Cousins also connected with Adams for a four-yard touchdown reception. The two-point conversion attempt failed after this touchdown.
AFC’s Tannehill hit DJ Chark Jr. for a 60-yard touchdown reception. T.J. Watt also scored on an 82-yard fumble return for a touchdown.
AFC led 24-14 at halftime. Jackson hit Andre Roberts for a five-yard touchdown reception. Jackson hit Andrews for a three-yard touchdown reception.
Deshaun Watson hit Jack Doyle for a 13-yard touchdown reception. Justin Tucker also made a 50-yard field goal.
NFC’s Drew Brees hit Michael Thomas for a 16-yard touchdown reception. Russell Wilson hit Amari Cooper for a six-yard touchdown reception.
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