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Pro Bowl scoring glut interrupted by Greenway's forced fumble

Not a lot of defense at the NFL Pro Bowl last night as the AFC blasted the NFC, 59-41. One highlight for Vikings fans was when Chad Greenway forced and recovered a fumble at the goal line to stop an AFC drive. He had four tackles on the night. Jared Allen had two tackles.
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Not a lot of defense at the NFL Pro Bowl last night as the AFC blasted the NFC, 59-41. One highlight for Vikings fans was when Chad Greenway forced and recovered a fumble at the goal line to stop an AFC drive. He had four tackles on the night. Jared Allen had two tackles.

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