Rookies shine in Pro Bowl blowout
The future of the league was on display during the NFCís 62-35 route in the 2013 Pro Bowl. Veteran quarterback Peyton Manning earlier this week challenged players to put forth more effort in what could be the final Pro Bowl, but it was the gameís younger stars that shined in the high-scoring affair.
Minnesota running back Adrian Peterson fumbled on the opening possession handing the ball to the AFC inside the red zone. After missing Texanís defensive end J.J. Watt on third down, Peyton Manning hit Bengalís wide receiver A.J. Green in the back of the end zone on fourth down for the games first score. On the next AFC series, Packerís center Jeff Saturday, who retired following the game, lined up at center snapping to Peyton one last time. After the play, Peyton handed the ball to Saturday and embraced his longtime Indianapolis teammate.
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