Michael Irvin, Pro Bowl fable group captain and Pro Football Hall of Famer, center, takes a print with Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson (3), who was named a descent actor of a game, and defensive finish Michael Bennett, of Team Irvin, right, after a NFL Pro Bowl football game, Sunday, Jan. 31, 2016, in Honolulu. Team Irvin won 49-27. (AP Photo/Eugene Tanner)
Photo: Eugene Tanner, Associated Press
Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, of Team Irvin, left, Michael Irvin, Pro Bowl fable group captain and Pro Football Hall of Famer, center, and Seattle Seahawks defensive finish Michael Bennett, of Team Irvin, right, mount with a winning prize after a NFL Pro Bowl football diversion Sunday, Jan. 31, 2016, in Honolulu. Bennett won a defensive MVP and Wilson won a descent MVP award. Team Irving kick Team Rice 49-27. (AP Photo/Marco Garcia)
Photo: Marco Garcia, Associated Press
It was an eventful weekend for a 5 Seattle Seahawks players participating in Sunday’s Pro Bowl.
Quarterback Russell Wilson and defensive finish Michael Bennett were named a game’s descent and defensive MVPs, respectively, after assisting Team Irvin to a 49-27 feat over Team Rice in Honolulu’s Aloha Stadium.
Wilson was 8-of-12 flitting for 163 yards and 3 touchdowns, while Bennett picked adult a game’s usually pouch and sloping a pass.
Cornerback Richard Sherman maybe supposing a prominence of a diversion when he attempted a warn wrestling pierce on Green Bay Packers linebacker Clay Matthews Jr during a blocking of play. Sherman’s RKO (named after creator and WWE star Randy Orton) didn’t utterly take Matthews to a ground, though it was positively entertaining.
Defenders Sherman and Bennett any got in on offense for Team Irvin, with Sherman losing 22 yards on a retreat and Bennett picking adult a 7-yard benefit on a approach snap late in a game.
Middle linebacker Bobby Wagner led Team Rice with 9 tackles, while far-reaching receiver Tyler Lockett held his usually aim in a flitting diversion for 10 yards and returned one punt for 24 yards.