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2011 NFL Playoffs Expert Picks: Pro Bowl Results

The Pro Bowl was a rousing success. Well, except for the Hoodie and crew. (hulashows.com)

The Pro Bowl is over, and it certainly didn’t start well for the Hoodie’s crew, as the NFC quickly jumped out to a 42-0 lead. At least he got to coach Matt Cassel again. Each of the AFC’s quarterbacks was picked at least once, contributing to six turnovers on the day.

While we thought there would be plenty of scoring, nobody foresaw the shootout that arose. It was semi-tricky to guess passing yardage, and the MVP (DeAngelo Hall) threw us all for a loop. And as a result, the contest is still pretty close.

So be sure to check in next week for the final Super Bowl round. It’s still anyone’s game. In the meantime, check below to see how the Pro Bowl treated all of us:

NFC @ AFC Total
Name Winner Total TDs Pass Yards MVP Points
Brian AFC 8 180 Philip Rivers 25
Erikk AFC 8 250 Michael Vick 17
John NFC 7 147 Michael Vick 23
KC NFC 10 220 Michael Vick 23
Matt M AFC 6 180 Michael Vick 21
Pete NFC 8 185 Michael Vick 27

Table Legend:

  • Two point picks are bolded.
  • One point picks are italicized.
  • Zero point picks are crossed out.

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  1. The AFC started horribly (at least from looking at the box scores)…what happened to Belichick’s meticulous planning?

    Posted by Dave | January 31, 2011, 11:26 am
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