|Ronen Zilberman / Associated Press|
|This time, Larry Fitzgerald's late touchdown catch led to his team winning.|
It was over when ...
Jay Cutler threw four straight incompletions with under 2 minutes remaining, allowing the NFC to take over on downs. John Carney then put the finishing touches on a 30-21 win with his third field goal.
Cardinals WR and Pro Bowl MVP Larry Fitzgerald built on his record-setting playoff run with another oustanding performance in the Pro Bowl. He finished with five catches, 81 yards and two touchdowns -- bringing his postseason total to 35 receptions, 627 yards and nine touchdowns.
The AFC dominated the game in almost every category, but turnover differential. The NFC took advantage of three second-half AFC miscues and turned them into 10 points.
The NFC now leads the overall series, 20-19. ... Tony Gonzalez set a new Pro Bowl record for receiving yards. ... Fitzgerald's first touchdown came on a 46-yard heave with the clock having expired at the end of the first half. ... Two Colts players (Robert Mathis and Dwight Freeney) accounted for all three of the AFC's sacks.