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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.

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