Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce hams it up for ESPN’s cameras after his touchdown

In a competitive game that saw some creative play calling and a close finish, the AFC beat the NFC 20-13 in the Pro Bowl played in Orlando on Sunday night.  The winning AFC players each took home $61,000, while the NFC team members settled for $30,000.  Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce took home Offensive MVP honors.

Kelce finished with three catches for 36 yards and caught a touchdown from Cincinnati’s Andy Dalton. He also caught a shuttle pass from punter Dustin Colquitt on a fake field goal try and picked up a first down.

Kelce on what it meant to play in the Pro Bowl.

Alex Smith was 6-for-8 for 74 yards and the punter Colquitt averaged 48.3 yards per punt. Tyreek Hill fumbled once, but also showed his punt return ability with a run back that gave the AFC possession inside NFC territory after fielding a punt at his own 25.

More from Kelce on why he’s becoming a household name.