"As many guys out that play in the National Football League, to be one of two guys chosen for this game is an honor", Trawick said on the field after the AFC posted a 24-23 victory. Hilton led all players with 98 receiving yards on four total catches with five targets.
The NFL's version of the All-Star Game takes place a week before the Super Bowl with a 3 p.m. EST start time. The other Vikings defenders in the game also contributed, with Xavier Rhodes ending up with four tackles and a broken up pass, Linval Joseph getting one tackle (a pretty violent one on Colts tight end Jack Doyle) that was one of the highlights of the game.
Drew Brees and Russell Wilson headline the NFC roster, while the Steelers' Killer B's lead the AFC. So, by default the most interesting topic of discussion for players such as Bell, Brown, and Big Ben is what kind of celebrations they will break into during the Pro Bowl. Aaron Doster, USA TODAY Sports AFC wide receiver Keenan Allen of the Los Angles Chargers (13) is unable to make a catch as NFC strong safety Harrison Smith of the Minnesota Vikings (22) in the 2018 NFL Pro Bowl at Camping World Stadium. "We fought deep and got the W, and that's all that matters".
Smith and Rhodes each broke up passes by Roethlisberger on the AFC's first possession.
Smith guided the Americans near the goal line before a Patrick Peterson pickoff ended the march and a 40-yard Gano field goal put the Nationals ahead 20-3 at half-time.
The 6-foot-1 and 245-pound Schobert also contributed three sacks, forced three fumbles and intercepted a pass while starting all 16 games during the season. "For him to be an alternate and be MVP, it says a lot about him as a player".
Read on for six takeaways from the Pro Bowl.
"He's composed, he knows how to play the game, he understands what we need and he gets the job done", Walker said, when asked why he has such affection for Smith. I really didn't want to watch it, either. As some have already begun offseason moves, these players and coaches are just looking to enjoy one last game before the spring/summer events begin.
Derek Carr, who completed 11-of-15 passes for 114 yards, connected with Walker on an 18-yard touchdown pass with 91 seconds remaining and Chris Boswell's conversion kick gave the American Conference a 24-23 lead. "He got me that bonus, so I am always thankful". "We spotted them 20 points, so it was good to come back and get the win".