Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson threw three first-half touchdowns to help Team Irvin cruise to a 49-27 victory over Team Rice in Sunday's Pro Bowl at Aloha Stadium.
The game was again unconferenced with rules restricting blitzes and rushes on special teams, leading to 960 yards of total offense.
Wilson was the game's offensive MVP by going eight of 12 for 164 yards and three touchdowns.
Both teams scored on their opening possessions before Wilson led Team Irvin to a decisive 28-14 half-time lead.
Derek Carr led the way in terms of passing for Team Rice, going 14 of 25 for 198 yards and a TD - but also two interceptions.
Allen Robinson had two receptions for 105 yards, including a touchdown pass from Teddy Bridgewater for Team Irvin.
The game was the last in the Hall of Fame career of Oakland Raiders defensive back Charles Woodson, who announced his retirement late last year after 18 seasons.