2011 Pro Bowl Final Score: DeAngelo Hall Named MVP As NFC Wins, 55-41

The NFC All-Stars won the Pro Bowl, 55-41, on the strength of a 42-7 first half lead.

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2011 Pro Bowl Final Score: DeAngelo Hall Named MVP As NFC Wins, 55-41

The 2011 Pro Bowl failed to have much drama in it after the NFC All-Stars jumped out to a 42-7 lead at halftime. The AFC All-Stars battled back in the second half with 34 additional points on the board, but they still lost, 55-41. However, the AFC team did provide the most excitement during their last drive of the game when center Alex Mack eventually wound up with the ball following several laterals. Once in possession of the ball, Mack ran all the way into the end zone (but the team failed on the two-point conversion).

AFC quarterback Philip Rivers threw for 192 yard with two touchdowns and two interceptions. His NFC counterpart, Matt Ryan, threw for 188 yards with two touchdowns and one interception. Jamaal Charles led the AFC rushing attack with 72 yards and a touchdown, while Adrian Peterson had 80 yards and one touchdown.

For the Denver Broncos, receiver Brandon Lloyd was a target six times and made one catch for 15 yards. Cornerback Champ Bailey had four tackles.

Cornerback DeAngelo Hall was named the Pro Bowl MVP for his six tackles, an interception, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery for a touchdown.

The Super Bowl is next week, Feb. 6, 2011.


2011 Pro Bowl Score: NFC All-Stars Lead, 42-7, At Halftime

The 2011 Pro Bowl has little intensity despite a 42-7 lead at halftime by the NFC All-Stars. The NFC started with 42 unanswered points before the AFC All-Stars' Jamaal Charles rushed for a touchdown around the two-minute mark in the second quarter.

Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers threw for 35 yards and two interceptions. Colts quarterback Peyton Manning went 2-of-5 with an interception. The Chiefs' Matt Cassel went 1-of-3 with an interception as well. Jamaal Charles tallied 63 yards on the ground.

For the NFC, Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan went 6-of-7 for 91 yards, two touchdowns and an interception. Eagles quarterback Michael Vick had five completions for 59 yards. Falcons fullback Ovie Mughelli, Vikings running back Adrian Peterson and Rams running back Steven Jackson all rushed for touchdowns. Peterson led the ground game with 59 yards.

For the Broncos, receiver Brandon Lloyd had one catch for 15 yards. Cornerback Champ Bailey made three tackles.


2011 Pro Bowl Score: Falcons' Ovie Mughelli and Vikings' Adrian Peterson Give NFC All-Star 14-0 Lead

The 2011 Pro Bowl saw its first touchdown late in the first quarter when Atlanta Falcons fullback Ovie Mughelli rushed for a one-yard touchdown. It capped an 11-play, 59 yard drive. Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson scored the team's second touchdown with one minute remaining in the first quarter.

Denver Broncos wide receiver Brandon Lloyd has one catch for 15 yards while catching passes from rival and San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers. Rivers is 4-of-7 for 33 yards with an interception. London Fletcher intercepted the pass with less than three minutes left in the first quarter. Marc Mariani has one kick return for 52 yards.

Houston Texans running back Arian Foster has three rushes for 13 yards and one fumble, but it did not result in a turnover.

For the NFC team, Michael Vick is 5-of-10 for 59 yards. Miami Dolphins defensive end has sacked Vick once so far. Mughelli's teammate, running back Michael Turner, has 15 yards on the ground and one reception for 11 yards.


2011 Pro Bowl Roster: Broncos' Brandon Lloyd To Start For AFC Team

The 2011 Pro Bowl takes place today, Sunday, Jan. 30, and Denver Broncos wide receiver Brandon Lloyd will be one of the starters at the position for the AFC All-Stars. Other starters from the AFC West include San Diego Chargers' Philip Rivers at quarterback, his teammate Kris Dielman at guard, the Kansas City Chiefs' Eric Berry at strong safety and the Oakland Raiders' Shane Lechler at punter.

AFC West players coming off the bench include: Broncos cornerback Champ Bailey, Chargers linebacker Shaun Phillips, Chiefs quarterback Matt Cassel, running back Jamaal Charles, receiver Dwayne Bowe and guard Brian Waters and Raiders tight end Zach Miller.

Injured Pro Bowlers from the AFC West and not participating are Chargers tight end Antonio Gates and Raiders cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha and defensive lineman Richard Seymour.

A total of 10 players from the Green Bay Packers and the Pittsburgh Steelers made their respective conference teams, but will not participate due to playing in the Super Bowl next week.

Here are the expected starting lineups:

QB Philip Rivers Michael Vick
RB Arian Foster Michael Turner
FB Vonta Leach Ovie Mughelli
WR Reggie Wayne Roddy White
WR Brandon Lloyd Calvin Johnson
TE Marcedes Lewis Jason Witten
T Joe Thomas Jordan Gross
T D'Brickashaw Ferguson Tyson Clabo
G Kris Dielman Jahri Evans
G Logan Mankins Chris Snee
C Jeff Saturday Andre Gurode
DE Robert Mathis Julius Peppers
DE Jason Babin John Abraham
DT Haloti Ngata Jay Ratliff
DT Vince Wilfork Justin Smith
OLB Cameron Wake DeMarcus Ware
OLB Terrell Suggs Brian Orakpo
MLB Ray Lewis Jonathan Vilma
CB Darrelle Revis DeAngelo Hall
CB Devin McCourty Brent Grimes
FS Brandon Meriweather Antrel Rolle
SS Eric Berry Adrian Wilson
K Shane Lechler Mat McBriar
P Billy Cundiff David Akers
KR Marc Mariani Devin Hester
ST Montell Owens Eric Weems
LS John Denney Zak DeOssie

2011 Pro Bowl: Champ Bailey Named To AFC Roster

Denver Broncos cornerback Champ Bailey has been named to the Pro Bowl once again, according to the Denver Broncos official site.

Bailey, a 10-time selection to the game, has been selected to take the place of Oakland Raiders cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha.

Bailey’s 10th trip to the Pro Bowl marks the most in league history by a cornerback.

He joins fellow Bronco Brandon Lloyd on the squad, marking the 22nd consecutive year the Broncos have had multiple Pro Bowlers.

Congratulations to Champ Bailey for yet another well-deserved honor. Here’s hoping he decides to return to Denver in 2011.


2011 NFL Pro Bowl Roster: Broncos' Champ Bailey An Alternate For AFC Team

The Denver Broncos could have a second Pro Bowler this season if one of the current cornerbacks on the team is unable to participate. Broncos cornerback Champ Bailey would be the first player named should a spot become available, interim coach Eric Studesville said today:

Eric Studesville announced that Champ Bailey is a first-alternate to the Pro Bowl.less than a minute ago via TweetDeck


Bailey currently has a heel injury that could keep him out of Sunday's season finale. If he did take a spot on the AFC roster, Bailey would be a 10-time Pro Bowler. Not including this year, Bailey has missed making the Pro Bowl in two seasons: his 1999 rookie campaign with the Washington Redskins and in 2008 when he played in only nine games due to injury.

Earlier this season, Bailey tied Dennis Smith for sixth all-time with 30 interceptions as a member of the Denver Broncos, but a looming cloud lingers over Bailey. He is set to become an unrestricted free agent this offseason, and all indications are that Bailey will leave Denver. The Broncos and Bailey's agent had been in discussion for a contract extension earlier in the year, but those ended abruptly when the Broncos pulled out of negotiations.

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