Team Rice 22, Team Sanders 21: DeMarco Murray caught a dump-off pass from Alex Smith and raced 20 yards to the end zone with 41 seconds and Mike Tolbert ran for the game-winning two-point conversion as Team Rice edged Team Sanders in the Pro Bowl.

Josh Gordon led the way for Team Rice with 66 receiving yards and a touchdown while Jimmy Graham posted 51 yards and another score. Tony Gonzalez, who has stated he will retire after this season, had three receptions for 50 yards and Murray made four catches for 37 yards.

Andrew Luck and offensive MVP Nick Foles each threw for a TD while Cam Newton ran into the end zone from one yard out it the second quarter for Team Sanders. Running back Alfred Morris, who amassed 78 yards receiving in 16 games this season with the Washington Redskins, recorded a game-high 69 yards on four catches while DeSean Jackson added 40 yards receiving and a touchdown.

Luck helped put Team Sanders on the board with a pass to Jackson, who outjumped Alterraun Verner in the end zone on a flea-flicker for a 36-yard score. Graham evened it early in the second quarter on an 8-yard TD pass from New Orleans Saints teammate Brees and Gordon capped off a 21-point period with a 10-yard catch in the back of the end zone that answered a 1-yard TD run by Newton.

Following a scoreless third quarter - the first at this event since 2007 - Foles marched Team Sanders down the field in five plays to grab a 21-14 lead with 4:41 remaining before Smith connected with Gordon and Alshon Jeffery on big plays that set up Murray's score. Team Sanders made a last-ditch attempt to win it, but Justin Tucker's 67-yard field-goal attempt as time expired was off the mark.

GAME NOTEBOOK: In addition to the first-ever fantasy draft format that allowed teammates to square off against each other, this game featured a number of rule changes - including the elimination of kickoffs, the ability to play Cover 2 and press-man coverage all over the field and a two-minute warning in every quarter. … The teams combined for nine sacks and eight turnovers. … Team Rice LB Derrick Johnson collected defensive MVP honors after registering eight tackles and a forced fumble.