INDIANAPOLIS – At first, it looked like T.Y. Hilton was going to get the best of Richard Sherman, like it was 2013 all over again.
But the NFL catch rule said otherwise on Sunday night.
An initial 51-yard touchdown reception by Hilton was overturned after it was deemed the Colts wide receiver did not complete the process of the catch.
That play was the highlight for the Colts Pro Bowlers on Sunday night.
Hilton, Mike Adams and Vontae Davis were on the losing end of the 2016 Pro Bowl, with Team Irvin beating Team Rice, 49-27.
A fourth-quarter catch by Hilton of 20 yards was the lone reception on Sunday for the two-time Pro Bowler.
Adams and Davis entered the defensive backfield on the second series of the night and each finished the game with two tackles.
Davis helped break up a pair of passes intended for Jacksonville's Allen Robinson and Atlanta's Julio Jones.
Earlier this week, the Colts Pro Bowlers were called into duty as alternate selections.
It was the second straight Pro Bowl for all three Colts. Last season the Colts had seven Pro Bowlers.
The participation of Adams, Davis and Hilton continued a streak for the Colts of having at least two Pro Bowlers in every season since 1999.