The Kansas City Chiefs had a big presence at the 2011 Pro Bowl but it didn't make one bit of difference as the NFC jumped out to a 42-0 lead in the second quarter. From there, it was what the Pro Bowl is -- a glorified pickup game -- and the NFC closed it out, 55-41.
The Chiefs had five players in the game -- QB Matt Cassel, RB Jamaal Charles, WR Dwayne Bowe, G Brian Waters and S Eric Berry.
Cassel completed 5-of-12 passes for 95 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions. Charles kept doing what he does and averaged seven yards per carry with 10 carries for 72 yards including a touchdown. Bowe had four receptions for 54 yards.
A former Chief also set Pro Bowl records -- Tony Gonzalez. The current Falcons TE caught his sixth touchdown in the Pro Bowl, a new record. He also owns the Pro Bowl record with 42 receptions.
The game is always a laid-back affair with teams not really wanting to hit each other or give 100 percent. The AFC side took that to an extreme in the first half as they allowed the NFC to get to a 42-0 lead. Each QB had a first half interceptions and the final touchdown was a multiple lateral touchdown from the center (thrown by Matt Cassel).