NFL Pro Bowl A Total Hit In Orlando As AFC Defeats NFC 20-13 In Front of Packed Camping World Stadium

By  //  January 30, 2017

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ABOVE VIDEO: The AFC beat the NFC 20-13 on Sunday in front of a sell-out crowd of 60,834 at the Camping World Stadium in Orlando, representing only the third time since 1979 the event has been held outside of Hawaii. The game came down to one possession with 1 minute, 23 seconds left.

ORLANDO, FLORIDA (ESPN) – In recent years, a lack of effort and competitiveness have been the biggest takeaways from the NFL’s Pro Bowl. But this year’s all-star game had its share of compelling moments.

From goal-line stands to a dynamic interception return by Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman, these moments were the kind that could benefit the Pro Bowl, an event the NFL continues to tweak to attract players and entertain fans.

The AFC beat the NFC 20-13 on Sunday in front of a sell-out crowd of 60,834 at the Camping World Stadium in Orlando, representing only the third time since 1979 the event has been held outside of Hawaii. The game came down to one possession with 1 minute, 23 seconds left.

Buffalo Bills linebacker Lorenzo Alexander intercepted a tipped pass and forced a lateral to Denver Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib, who sprinted toward the end zone. But Washington Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins hustled to strip Talib of the ball. The NFC was unable to recover the fumble, ending its chances of a comeback, but it made for an exciting ending.

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