Ty Law sure knows how to make a splash at the Pro Bowl.
For the second time in as many appearances in Hawaii, a Law interception resulted in a touchdown for the AFC. With his team leading 31-23 in the fourth quarter, Law intercepted a Donovan McNabb pass intended for Arizona wide receiver David Boston. Law returned the ball 31 yards before pitching it back to Baltimore's Ray Lewis, who ran the remaining 13 yards for the score, taking several NFC players into the end zone with him.
The play helped clinch a 38-30 AFC win, the fifth victory in six years for the conference. In the 1998 Pro Bowl Law was a co-MVP after he returned an interception for a touchdown to lead the AFC to victory. This time, in addition to his interception, he also had three tackles.
Wide receiver Troy Brown had a solid game in his first Pro Bowl appearance. His 30-yard reception off a flea-flicker helped set up a 39-yard touchdown run by Kansas City's Priest Holmes. Brown finished the day with two catches for 41 yards and two kick returns for 54 yards, including a 33-yarder on the opening play of the game.
Also representing New England in Hawaii were quarterback Tom Brady and strong safety Lawyer Milloy. Brady played the fourth quarter and completed two of his five passes for 22 yards. He was also intercepted by Washington's Champ Bailey. Milloy, making his third appearance in the all-star game, had a pass defensed and one tackle on special teams.