Myles Garrett gets sack, Jarvis Landry drops TD in Pro Bowl
Jan 28 2019
The Pro Bowl kicks off this Sunday afternoon in Orlando, Florida.
Mahomes threw an 18-yard touchdown pass to Indianapolis tight end Eric Ebron for a 7-0 American Conference lead just 3:34 into the game.
Like most All-Star Games, the Pro Bowl is not exactly a well-manufactured representation of the sport it celebrates.
The AFC threatened to pitch a shutout for the first time in the game's history, leading 20-0 in the fourth quarter.
Garrett played by the unwritten rules of the Pro Bowl, flashing his quickness in slow motion, including in the second quarter when he used the spin button before hugging Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson for the easiest sack of his life.
Rookie cornerback Denzel Ward made an appearance on the second defensive series for the AFC and played throughout.
The Chiefs quarterback still managed to rack up 156 passing yards and a touchdown before his departure.
The contest, played in cold and rainy conditions in Orlando, Florida, saw a 35-second play clock to hasten pace of play and multiple coach-to-player electronic communications rather than only one allowed in regular National Football League games.