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NFL decides to move Pro Bowl to Arizona for 2015

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The National Football League is doing its best to put excitement back into the Pro Bowl.

Last year, it was no longer AFC vs. NFC but instead, it was the Jerry Rice team against the Deion Sanders team.

The next Pro Bowl will have a new wrinkle as well.

The next game will be played at the site of the Super Bowl in greater Phoenix area of Glendale, Arizona.

The Pro Bowl will remain a week before the Super Bowl and the format will stay the same as last year.

The Pro Bowl will move back to Hawaii in 2016.

Rookie Green emerges as Bengals top receiver; Pro Bowl bound

 

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A.J. Green (courtesy of Georgia athletics)

Cincinnati Bengals rookie wide receiver A. J. Green is one of the reasons the team’s offense is dangerous and explosive.

The 2011 NFL first round draft pick has been rewarded for his stellar play by being named to the AFC All-Star team for the Pro Bowl, which pits the AFC against the NFC on January 29 at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Green, who leads all NFL rookies in receptions with 65 and receiving yards 1,057 this season, is the first Bengals rookie selected to the Pro Bowl since WR Cris Collinsworth in the 1981 season.

In addition to Green, a number of Cincinnati players have been named as alternates for this year’s Pro Bowl, including first alternates: DT Geno Atkins, QB Andy Dalton and K Mike Nugent.

The AFC/NFC All-Star teams are based on the concensus votes of fans, players and coaches. Each group’s vote counts as one-third towards determining the 43-man rosters that represent the AFC and NFC in the Pro Bowl.

 

Info compiled from Cincinnati Bengals and NFL news

Stafford leads Lions to playoff spot

 

Matthew Stafford in 2009 (photo by Peter Martorano & Ytoyoda via wikipedia commons)

QB Matthew Stafford led the Detroit Lions to a playoff spot with a 38-10 win over the San Diego Chargers Sunday.

The Lions have made the playoffs for the first time since 1999.

Stafford threw three touchdown passes and was 21 of 26 passing for 260 yards in the first half.

The Lions have won three games in a row earning and NFC wild-card spot.

 

Info compiled from Detroit Lions, Radio & TV news

Rodgers leads Green Bay to Super Bowl championship

Aaron Rodgers (file photo)

The Green Bay Packers just finished an improbable run on Sunday.

The team won every game in the playoffs away from the friendly confines of Lambeau Field. They took down Philadelphia, Atlanta, Chicago and the Pittsburgh Steelers,

Aaron Rodgers, the former understudy of Brett Favre, led the Packers to a 31-25 win in Super Bowl XLV in Arlington, Texas.

The Pack is Back, began to come alive again after the Super Bowl ended as Green Bay recaptured the Vince Lombardi Trophy, named for their legendary caoch who won the first two Super Bowls, for the first time since winning the NFL title game 14 years ago.

Rodgers was voted the game’s MVP.

The Packers ended the season at 14-6, the Steelers 14-5.

The Packers, the #6 seed in the NFC became the second team seeded with that number, to win a championship joining the 2005 Steelers as the other team to do so.

Rodgers threw for 304 yards and three touchdowns in building up a 21-3 lead on Pittsburgh and hanging on.

Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger wasn’t sharp in the game, throwing two interceptions, one being returned for a touchdown. He was 25 of 40 for 263 yards and two touchdowns.

compiled from NFL, Green Bay Packers & Pittsburgh Steelers news

NFC wins wild Pro Bowl against the AFC, 55-41

DeAngelo Hall (file photo)

Game MVP DeAngelo Hall picked off one of the NFC’s five interceptions and returned a fumble 34 yards for a touchdown to help match a Pro Bowl scoring record with a 55-41 win over a sloppy AFC team.

The NFC rolled up a 42-0 first half lead.

Cleveland Browns center Alex Mack scored the final touchdown on a 67-yard pass play that featured two laterals with 16 seconds left.

Carolina’s Jon Beason returned the fifth interception thrown by the AFC, and second by Matt Cassel, 59 yards for the NFC’s final touchdown to match the single-team scoring record set in the NFC’s 55-52 win in 2004.

compiled from NFL news

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