J.J. Watt, Matthew Stafford named MVPs of Pro Bowl
Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford and Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt were named the Most Valuable Players of the Pro Bowl.
Stafford passed for 316 yards, two touchdowns and an interception and led Team Irvin to a 32-28 victory. Watt intercepted Stafford, recovered a fumble and had three pass deflections.
"It's so much fun to play with guys that are playing at such an elite level," Watt said. "The new style now where you pick teams, it makes it like schoolyard ball, I've said that before. So it's competitive, 32-28, we had a chance to go down there at the end of the game, didn't make it happen, but the game this year and last year have been very competitive.
"I just try and enjoy it. That is what the Pro Bowl is all about: giving the fans a good show. Everybody has worked so hard to get here, you want to enjoy yourself, play some good ball, but guys dancing around having fun is what it's all about."
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Aaron Wilson covers the Ravens for The Baltimore Sun