McCoy finds the end zone in AFC win at the Pro Bowl

January 28, 2018

Last season, Bills linebacker Lorenzo Alexander was named Pro Bowl Defensive MVP. This year, no Bill won MVP, but LeSean McCoy did score a touchdown, while Richie Incognito blocked up front.

The AFC defeated the NFC for the 3rd straight year, final score 24-23. The Pro Bowl, like most All-Star games, has always received criticism for not being competitive. In 2017, the players turned that around for one of the most intense All-Star games ever. This year's game was just about the same, with a little less intensity to the hits.

LeSean McCoy touched the ball just 3 times, and came away with 7 yards and a touchdown. There was very little running in the game overall, as Saints running back Mark Ingram led the way with 5 carries for 21 yards.

This was McCoy's 6th Pro Bowl selection, and his 5th overall. It was the 4th for Incognito.

Titans tight end Delanie Walker was named Offensive MVP of the game, while Broncos linebacker Von Miller was named Defensive MVP.