(Honolulu, HI) - Three members of the Indianapolis Colts played for the American Football Conference All-Stars in Sunday night's annual Pro-Bowl contest in Honolulu, Hawaii.
Andrew Luck had two touchdowns, an interception, and a fumble after the NFC's 62-35 rout of his AFC team was ultimately decided.
Linebacker Robert Mathis, making his fifth Pro-Bowl appearance, had five tackles and a sack on Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson in the third.
Reggie Wayne had two catches for 12 yards in his sixth Pro-Bowl at wide receiver.
Peyton Manning of the Denver Broncos started the game for the AFC and had 43 yards passing and a touchdown.
The NFL will decide the fate of its All-Star game before team schedules are released in April.
Commissioner Roger Goodell had scrutinized the game because of a noticeable lack of effort from the game's participants in past years, and said yesterday's all-star contest could be the last if play didn't improve.
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