In the second-highest scoring Pro Bowl in history, the AFC came away with a 59-41 victory Sunday in Honolulu.
Six Broncos took part in the all-star game, and rookie Von Miller led the way on the defensive side of the ball, notching six tackles and a sack.
Champ Bailey recovered a fumble and made three tackles and Brian Dawkins chipped in two tackles for the winning AFC squad.
Elvis Dumervil didn’t record any tackles in the game.
On offense, Ryan Clady saw plenty of time along the offensive line, though most of it came at right tackle. Just like in Clady’s first Pro Bowl in 2010, the offensive linemen pick positions by seniority, so the fourth-year left tackle was pushed to the right side of the line.
Willis McGahee carried the ball four times for 23 yards, recording one catch for 20 more yards.
The 59 points scored by the AFC set a Pro Bowl record.