Austin Hooper catches touchdown from Dak Prescott at Pro Bowl

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The Pro Bowl has always been considered a laughable representation of the National Football League game.

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes drove the AFC squad to an early 14-0 lead on drives of 75 and 74 yards and the NFC never caught up. The AFC swept the competition, as Jets safety Jamal Adams took home defensive MVP honors.

Although Mahomes shined during the game, he did have one not-so-great moment. However, over the years the Pro Bowl has drastically gone down in popularity. The drive would be finished off with a 6-yard pass from Watson to Jaguars Defensive Back, Jalen Ramsey.

Falcons tight end Austin Cooper had a career year and scored the NFC's only touchdown with a 20-yard reception.

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Garrett got himself a sack of Russell Wilson in the second quarter. In the first quarter of the game, as Mahomes found Eric Ebron with a touchdown pass, he treated viewers to the kind of analysis he's become notorious for this season. Cornerback Kyle Fuller (Chicago Bears) and receiver-playing-cornerback Mike Evans (Tampa Bay Buccaneers) had interceptions for the NFC.

First, Mahomes was heard shouting an F-bomb while mic'd up after throwing an incomplete pass.

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. Cooper had one reception for eight yards, but dropped a Prescott pass in the end zone.

Pittsburgh Steelers receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster and Los Angeles Chargers receiver Keenan Allen left the game with bruised knees.