Ben Goessling ESPN Staff Writer
The highlight of the Pro Bowl for the Vikings was the 50-yard touchdown pass Teddy Bridgewater completed to the Jaguars' Allen Robinson at the end of the second quarter. It's tough to put much stock in what amounts to a glorified touch football game, but Bridgewater took a shotgun snap, stepped up into a hole in the pocket between the left guard and tackle and flicked a pass that traveled about 40 yards in the air. For a quarterback who's struggled to connect on downfield throws, the TD provided a hint of progress for Bridgewater. He finished with 164 yards on 8-of-11 passing, connecting on two touchdowns and throwing an interception to Marcus Peters. Harrison Smith had an interception for Team Irvin, which defeated Team Rice 49-27. Adrian Peterson carried five times for four yards, and caught three passes for 20 yards.