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PRO BOWL 2013


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A bumbling start gives way to actual blocking and tackling

By Paul Arnett

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jan 28, 2013

~~<p>For all the talk this week that there would be a level of intensity at this year&rsquo;s Pro Bowl that would do commissioner Roger Goodell proud, you didn&rsquo;t see it on the first play from scrimmage.</p>
<p>The NFC spotted the AFC a touchdown just 59 seconds into the game after a bad exchange between New Orleans quarterback Drew Brees and Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson led to a fumble deep in their own end of the field.</p>
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For all the talk this week that there would be a level of intensity at this year’s Pro Bowl that would do commissioner Roger Goodell proud, you didn’t see it on the first play from scrimmage.

The NFC spotted the AFC a touchdown just 59 seconds into the game after a bad exchange between New Orleans quarterback Drew Brees and Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson led to a fumble deep in their own end of the field. Login for more...



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