Pro Bowl 2012: TV Schedule & Complete Rosters

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Pro Bowl 2012: Seahawks Players And NFC Come Up On Losing End, 59-41

The 2012 NFL Pro Bowl took place on Sunday at Aloha Stadium in Hawaii. The annual All-Star game was pretty much a snoozefest for the first half and a surprisingly dull shootout in the second half. The Seattle Seahawks had five players on the NFC team, which ended up on the losing end in the exhibition game by a final score of 59-41.

Seahawks star running back Marshawn Lynch ended up being the leading rusher for the NFC team, finishing with 43 yards on eight carries, with a long of 15 yards.

Seattle fullback Michael Robinson did not get any carries. On defense, Brandon Browner made three solo tackles and a quarterback pressure, while Kam Chancellor had a solo tackle. Starting safety Earl Thomas had a fumble recovery for the NFC.

For all updates and perspective regarding the Seattle Seahawks, please visit Field Gulls. For complete coverage of the 2012 Pro Bowl, stay tuned to SB Nation's dedicated NFL hub.

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