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How Did the Chargers Fare in the 2019 Pro Bowl?

Derwin James laughs with Ravens ILB C.J. Mosley during the 2019 Pro Bowl on Sunday, Jan. 27, 2019 in Orlando, FL.
Derwin James laughs with Ravens ILB C.J. Mosley during the 2019 Pro Bowl on Sunday, Jan. 27, 2019 in Orlando, FL.

With the most players named to the Pro Bowl, the Chargers and the AFC showed out during Sunday's all-star game.

Led by the Chargers' coaching staff, the AFC kept a shutout through three quarters until the NFC scored with nine minutes left in the game on a Dak Prescott pass to Austin Cooper, winning 26-7.

Of the seven Chargers who were selected, six attended and saw the field. Keenan Allen started on offense, making a difference from the very start with a 15-yard catch on the third play of the game. He later added a 50-yard catch from Patrick Mahomes that helped move the chains for an eventual touchdown. Allen led all receivers with 95 yards on four receptions, while also recording a special teams tackle.

Melvin Ingram and Derwin James, both starters on defense, recorded sacks on Russell Wilson and Dak Prescott, respectively. Ingram finished with one tackle, one sack and one QB hit, and even carried the ball for two yards on one play of offense. Meanwhile, James recorded three tackles, along with his one sack and one QB hit.

Ingram and James paced the AFC's stalwart defense and helped keep the team leading 17-0 at halftime.

Melvin Gordon and Mike Pouncey saw time on offense throughout the game, while Adrian Phillips and Gordon were on a few special teams snaps. Gordon recorded 10 yards on one reception.

Take a look at the top game photos as the Chargers, along with fellow AFC teammates, take on the NFC during the 2019 Pro Bowl.

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