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.

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