Tight end Delanie Walker, who played his college ball at Central Missouri and now with the Tennessee Titans,  caught two touchdown passes, including an 18-yarder with 1:31 remaining , lifting the AFC past the NFC 24-23 in a rain-soaked Pro Bowl on Sunday from Orlando, FL.

Walker spoke after the victory, in which he and his AFC teammates won $64,000 each.

Arizona’s Patrick Peterson had two interceptions, including one of Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith in the end zone.  Smith finished 7-for-10 for 131 yards with a touchdown.  Last year, Smith found Walker for a touchdown in last year’s Pro Bowl.

Tyreek Hill muffed a punt.  He had one catch for 18 yards.  Rookie Kareem Hunt, who led the league in rushing, carried the ball four times for four yards and had three catches for nine yards.

“It was an awesome experience to be out here competing with the best of the best,” Hunt said. “I really enjoyed this time with my family.”