2011 Pro Bowl: Steven Jackson, Larry Fitzgerald Score In NFC Beatdown

Atlanta Falcons QB Matt Ryan threw his second touchdown of the 2011 Pro Bowl late in the second quarter, a 25-yard jump ball to Arizona Cardinas WR Larry Fitzgerald. It was a similar pass to the earlier one that was picked off by New England Patriots CB Devin McCourty, but this one found its target.

On the next NFC drive, St. Louis Rams RB Steven Jackson banged in a 21-yard touchdown run to put the NFC up 42-0. This is the most explosive event to happen in Hawaii since Manua Loa erupted in 1984. And in case you're wondering, the biggest Pro Bowl win ever was a 45-3 NFC win in 1984.

The NFC has more touchdowns than the AFC has first downs. The NFC should go for two next time, because then they'd have a Hawaii Five-O, am I right?

Kansas City Chiefs QB Matt Cassel entered the game before halftime, relieving Indianapolis Colts QB Peyton Manning. Bill Belichick is just going to keep throwing quarterbacks at the field to see if any of them can avoid turning the ball over to Washington Redskins players. Cassel at least broke form, throwing his pick to Minnesota Vikings CB Antoine Winfield.

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