2012 Pro Bowl: AFC Pulls Away For 59-41 Win Over NFC

In a game marked by plenty of unusual but entertaining plays -- laterals on interception returns, several onside kicks, a quarterback attempting to kick an extra point -- the AFC was eventually able to put some distance between itself and the NFC and won 59-41. Wide receiver Brandon Marshall took home MVP honors after catching six passes for 177 yards and four touchdowns.

Related: Pro Bowl 2012: Broncos' 6 Players Led By Champ Bailey, Von Miller

Several Denver Broncos players factored into the AFC's victory. Linebacker Von Miller finished with five tackles and the team's only sack; Brian Dawkins had three tackles; Champ Bailey had three tackles and recovered a fumble; Willis McGahee carried the ball four times for 23 yards and had one reception for 20 yards.

The AFC managed to break open what had been a close game with a three-touchdown run to start the fourth quarter, which included a pick six.

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