The running game in the 2012 NFL Pro Bowl has been virtually non-existent as the teams traded passing touchdowns. Jacksonville Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew had something to say about that however, as he ripped off a 39-yard run in the third quarter.
The NFL's leading rushing went right up the guy, breaking two tackles as he scampered down the field. Obviously it's the Pro Bowl, so the pursuit isn't going to be full bore. You can see Clay Matthews of the Green Bay Packers however booking it down the football field to catch Jones-Drew and bring him down with San Francisco 49ers linebacker Patrick Willis. Drew's run was by far the longest rushing play so far.
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