HONOLULU - JANUARY 30: DeAngelo Hall #23 of the Washington Red Skins is the MVP of the 2011 NFL Pro Bowl at Aloha Stadium on January 30 2011 in Honolulu Hawaii. NFC won 55-41 over the AFC. (Photo by Kent Nishimura/Getty Images)

2011 NFL Pro Bowl: NFC Ties Scoring Record In 55-41 Win

The NFC rolled to a 55-41 win in the 2011 Pro Bowl. DeAngelo Hall took home the MVP award for his strong defensive performance.

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2011 Pro Bowl Final Score And Stats: NFC Ties Scoring Record In 55-41 Win

The NFC jumped out to a quick 42-7 halftime lead, ensuring the game was all-but-over before viewers settled in for the game.

Matt Ryan led the way for the NFC, throwing for 118 yards, two touchdowns and an interception. Drew Brees made a late entrance into the game, completing 4-6 passes for 68 yards. Michael Vick, the starter for the NFC, finished with 59 yards on 5-10 passing.

On the ground, it was the Adrian Peterson show as the Minnesota running back carried 14 times for 80 yards and a touchdown. Michael Turner added 53 yards on eight with Steven Jackson adding another 33 yards on six carries. Ovie Mughelli was the only other NFC back to find the end zone, scoring from one yard out.

Roddy White had a team-high 69 yards on five catches for the NFC, but never found the end zone. Tony Gonzalez added 42 yards and a touchdown on three catches. Larry Fitzgerald also caught a touchdown pass.

Philip Rivers led all passers with 192 yards and two touchdowns, but also threw two early interceptions. Matt Cassel also threw two touchdowns and two interceptions, finishing with 95 yards, as well. Peyton Manning was completely ineffective, only throwing for 12 yards and an interception.

Jamaal Charles scored the only rushing touchdown for the AFC and had 70 yards on the ground to lead the team. Reggie Wayne had a game-high 86 yards and a touchdown on five catches. Montell Owens, Alex Mack and Mercedes Lewis also caught touchdowns.

By the time it was all said and done, the NFC walked away with a 55-41 win. DeAngelo Hall took home MVP honors, recording six tackles, an interception and a fumble return for a touchdown.


2011 Pro Bowl Rosters: Michael Vick, Michael Turner Lead NFC Offense

Philadelphia Eagles QB Michael Vick continues his comeback tour by headlining the NFC's Pro Bowl lineup, earning a starting job in the year-end all-star game. He's joined on the offense by two Eagles teammates, putting Philly among the conference's leaders. The New Orleans Saints also send three.

The conference-leading Atlanta Falcons will be sending the most offensive talent to the NFC, featuring starting spots for Roddy White, Michael Turner, and Ovie Mughelli, plus Matt Ryan's first Pro Bowl appearance.

Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers is a noteworthy exclusion, but missing time due to a concussion may have removed him from a tight quarterback race.


Michael Vick, Eagles

Matt Ryan, Falcons

Drew Brees, Saints

Running back

Michael Turner, Falcons

Adrian Peterson, Vikings

Steven Jackson, Rams


Ovie Mughelli, Falcons

Wide receiver

Roddy White, Falcons

Calvin Johnson, Lions

DeSean Jackson, Eagles

Greg Jennings, Packers

Tight end

Jason Witten, Cowboys

Tony Gonzalez, Falcons


Jason Peters, Eagles

Jordan Gross, Panthers

Chad Clifton, Packers


Jahri Evans, Saints

Chris Snee, Giants

Carl Nicks, Saints


Andre Gurode, Cowboys

Shaun O'Hara, Giants

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