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Monday Round-Up: 2018 Pro Bowl Recap
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Here's a look at what's "out there" for today - Monday, January 29 - about your Seattle Seahawks: Read
Pro Bowl Recap: AFC 24, NFC 23
The NFC went into halftime with a 20-3 lead, but it was the AFC that came out on top in the 2018 Pro Bowl, as it outscored its competition 21-3 through the final two quarters to claim a 24-23 victory in Orlando, Florida, the AFC's second consecutive win in the NFL's annual all-star game.
The Seahawks had seven players named to the game and saw five of them participate, including receiver Doug Baldwin, defensive end Michael Bennett, offensive lineman Duane Brown, free safety Earl Thomas, and quarterback Russell Wilson. Tight end Jimmy Graham and linebacker Bobby Wagner were also selected, but did not play due to injury.
For the five Seattle players who did see the field, it was a relatively quiet afternoon. Wilson finished 9-of-14 for 69 yards and an interception, Baldwin was the NFC’s third-leading receiver with three catches for 35 yards, Bennett registered a tackle, while Thomas recorded a tackle and a pass defensed. Perhaps most importantly, however, nobody was injured.
Here’s a few of the Seahawks-related highlights from Sunday’s game at Camping World Stadium:
Social Post Of The Day
Today's 'Social Post of the Day' comes from Sea Gal Hailey, the Seahawks' Pro Bowl cheerleader who shares a photo from Sunday's game in Orlando.
More From Around The Web
NFL.com shares its takeaways from the 2018 Pro Bowl.
Royal High School's Wiley Allred, the Seahawks' High School Coach of the Year, was one of two finalists for the Don Shula NFL High School Coach of the Year Award. During Sunday's Pro Bowl, Allred was named runner-up for the honor and will receive $15,000 from the NFL Foundation, $10,000 of which will go to his high school football program.
One Seahawks player landed on the list of the top 30-selling jerseys from this past season at NFL Shop.
The Seahawks are "really excited" to get to work with new offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer.Read