Players from the NFC East dominated the Pro Bowl roster. Let's take a quick look at how they performed.
Quarterback Tony Romo nearly pulled off a big comeback for Wade Phillips' NFC team, according to Charean Williams of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
Todd Archer of The Dallas Morning News spent part of the game in the stands with players' wives and parents.
Larry Allen and DeMarcus Ware were both named to the NFL All-Decade team for the 2000s.
The Cowboys will have the third-toughest schedule in the league in 2010.
Paul Domowitch has a nice Seinfeld reference in describing Asante Samuel's performance in the Pro Bowl.
Reuben Frank says it's time for the Eagles to begin the Kevin Kolb era.
Kolb talked to the Star Telegram about his desire to start for the Eagles.
Chris Palmer's retirement at age 60 only lasted a day or two.
Vinny DiTrani of The Record comes up with his Almost-Pro team.
David Diehl was in on every offensive snap for the NFC Pro Bowlers.
DiTrani has more on Diehl's complete game.
Amy Shipley talks about how London Fletcher didn't begrudge Brian Orakpo for his quick trip to the Pro Bowl.
Dan Steinberg writes about the most-injured offense in the league.
Three former Redskins appeared on the All-Decade team. Of course, it's hard to count Shaun Alexander and Jason Taylor.