Associated Press


HONOLULU: Brandon Marshall caught six passes for 176 yards and a Pro Bowl-record four touchdowns and the AFC used a second-half surge to beat the NFC 59-41 on Sunday.


The Miami Dolphins wide receiver had a touchdown catch in each quarter, including an early 74-yarder and a 3-yarder in the fourth, in a game filled with highlight-reel catches. He was selected the game’s MVP and his four touchdown catches set a Pro Bowl record.


It was clear from the start it was Marshall’s day. He hauled in a deflected, go-ahead 47-yard touchdown pass from Andy Dalton, while on his back, to give the AFC a 38-35 lead late in the third quarter.


It was Marshall’s third touchdown catch of the game, tying Jimmy Smith’s Pro Bowl record set in 2004.