Pro Bowl 2017 final score: AFC defeats NFC 20-13 in a wild finish

The 2017 Pro Bowl wasn’t one that we’re used to. The AFC won a relatively low-scoring affair, 20-13.

Alex Smith and Dak Prescott got us started at quarterback for the AFC and NFC, respectively. Both offenses didn’t get much going, despite it being pretty calm and light all around, with linemen on both sides of the ball seemingly doing the least. The first quarter went scoreless between the two teams.

In the second quarter, we got a quick score as the AFC had been driving down the field. Andy Reid was pretty confident in the play too, as he called the touchdown before it even happened on the broadcast.

In the latter part of the second quarter, the NFC finally got on the board after Drew Brees hit Doug Baldwin for a rather easy touchdown:

The game became more fun though, and it wasn’t necessarily because of scores.

Michael Bennett sacked Andy Dalton, and brought out his signature sack dance. You know, the one where “Two pumps get you a baby. Three pumps gets you a fine.”

Never to be outdone, after scoring a touchdown to make it a 14-7 game, Travis Kelce Article source:

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