The NFL Pro Bowl took place on Sunday afternoon, as it's usually held the week before the Super Bowl, although this year it's being held in Las Vegas for the first time.

The Pro Bowl wasn't exactly a fun watch for fans, mostly. Normally, the Pro Bowl doesn't feature the players going all out on plays, but this year's version almost looked like two-hand touch, as barely any tackling was taking place.

The only two Buffalo Bills players on the field were wide receiver Stefon Diggs and left tackle Dion Dawkins.

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Dawkins didn't have to do too much, but Diggs had a relatively busy afternoon with the AFC offense.

Diggs was able to score a touchdown on his younger brother, and fellow Pro Bowler, Trevon Diggs, who plays cornerback for the Dallas Cowboys.

Stefon did a little showboating for his little bro, and it's awesome to see them having fun.

However, a few drives earlier, Stefon played defense for a series, and matched up against his younger brother, who switched to offense.

Stefon won that matchup as well, as he didn't allow his younger brother to get a reception, nor a touchdown.

If you're wondering who won, the AFC did by a score of 41-35. Not that the score matters much, but hey, that's at least one other thing that Stefon can brag about to Trevon this offseason.

As for Stefon's quarterback in Buffalo, Josh Allen was playing in the PGA Pebble Beach Pro-Am, as one of the celebrity invitations.

The offseason is now 100 percent here for all Bills players with the end of the 2022 Pro Bowl.

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