Patrick Mahomes tosses slick no-look pass at Pro Bowl

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NFC safety Malcolm Jenkins in action during Pro Bowl NFL football practice Wednesday Jan. 23 2019 in Kissimmee Fla

The former Cowboys tight end followed up a flub while calling the Pro Bowl with a mishap presenting the game's trophy Sunday in Orlando, Fla.

The only thing that lent the game some sense of normalcy was Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes lighting it up.

A game in which keeping score is optional - AFC 26, NFC 7, just FYI - takeaways are optional, too.

The Pro Bowl telecast also aired on Disney XD and in Spanish on ESPN Deportes. New Orleans Saints running back Alvin Kamara played defensive tackle. The Seattle signal caller played into the second quarter, completing 5-of-8 passes for a team-high 68 yards.

The AFC rallied in the rain a year ago, outscoring the NFC 21-3 after halftime to win 24-23.

Despite all the negative energy surrounding the Pro Bowl it is still played every year and is a tradition that families should still cling to. Jacksonville Jaguars cornerback Jalen Ramsey caught a touchdown pass in the final minute, capping a dominant performance for the AFC defense.

Early in the fourth quarter, with everything spiraling further into mediocrity, the game's ridiculous nature took another incredible turn. His spot went to Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans, who had an interception. Prescott threw for 45 yards and one interception and Mitch Trubisky (Chicago Bears) passed for 34 yards and an interception.

There was plenty of defense in the game, 4th and 2 for the NFC squad and the AFC defense came up with the goal line stand.

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