HONOLULU, Hawaii (KSDK) – Sunday night's Pro-Bowl had an unusual twist: this year it wasn't NFC vs. AFC, but teammate verses team mate.
Former Pro-Bowl All-Stars and future Hall of Famers, Deion Sanders and Jerry Rice, simulated a fantasy draft with the Pro-Bowl selections of the 2013-'14 season.
Local Rams defensive end Robert Quinn, drafted to Team Rice, caused an interception with a deflected pass and a sack in the first half. Fellow Rams team mate, kicker Johnny Hekker (Team Rice) had four punts, averaging 49 yards per boot.
Team Rice had the chance to send the game into overtime with 0:41 seconds left on the clock. Dallas Cowboy's Demarrco Murray (Team Rice), scored on a 20-yard pass from Kansas City Chief's Alex Smith (Team Rice), and instead of the field goal they go with the two point conversion for the win and get in on a Carolina Jaguars Mike Tolbert (Team Rice) run to make the score 22-21 Team Rice over Team Sanders.
Kansas City Chiefs Derrick Johnson was MVP.