Vikings' Rudolph named Pro Bowl MVP as NFC blasts AFC


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Vikings tight end Kyle Rudolph caught five passes for 122 yards and a touchdown and was named Most Valuable Player as the NFC rocked the AFC 61-35 in the Pro Bowl.

Check out how each of the seven Vikings did.

Kyle Rudolph: 5 catches for 122 yards and a touchdown.

Adrian Peterson: 5 carries for 13 yards

Jerome Felton: 4 carries for 18 yards and a touchdown.

Jared Allen: 1 tackle

Chad Greenway: 2 tackles and a fumble recovery.

Blair Walsh: Hit field goals of 48 and 26 yards and eight extra-points.

Matt Kalil: He blocked for a bunch of players.

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