INDIANAPOLIS – The setting was a little different, but the result was still the same.
A change of uniform for Andrew Luck and T.Y. Hilton didn't impact the cohesion for the Colts duo at Sunday's Pro Bowl.
Luck threw a 14-yard touchdown pass to Hilton late in the first quarter to mark the highlight for the seven Colts Pro Bowlers playing in this year's game.
For Team Carter, Luck got the start and was 9-for-10 for 119 yards and threw two touchdown passes during his two drives of work.
Hilton caught three passes for 40 yards and a two-point conversion. Hilton's 14-yard touchdown catch from Luck came against teammate Vontae Davis, who slipped on the play.
"It's fun to get out with your buddies and complete some balls," Luck said following his quarter of action.
For Team Irvin, Mike Adams started at safety. Davis (two tackles) and D'Qwell Jackson (three tackles) saw plenty of action, as well.
All-Pro kicker Adam Vinatieri was 2-for-3 on field goals for Team Irvin. Fellow All-Pro, Pat McAfee had four punts on the night (a long of 59 yards), two of which were downed inside the 20-yard line.
Team Irvin (Adams, Davis, Jackson and Vinatieri) defeated Team Carter (Hilton, Luck and McAfee) 32-28 on Sunday night in Arizona.
The Colts seven Pro Bowlers in this year's game, marked the most the team has had since the 2009 season.