Jets safety Jamal Adams was named Defensive MVP in Sunday's Pro Bowl, recording a sack and an interception as the AFC beat the NFC 26-7 at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida.
"I dropped like two picks, but we came out here to compete hard," Adams said to ESPN's Lisa Salters on the podium after the game.
Adams, who called the opportunity to play in the Pro Bowl an "honor," sacked Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky before the NFC would attempt a flea flicker.
But Adams wasn't done. On another trick play, he picked off Vikings wide receiver Adam Thielen, one of three interceptions the AFC recorded as a team.
The Dolphins' Xavien Howard picked off Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott, while Broncos cornerback Chris Harris Jr. intercepted Trubisky in the game.
Adams wasn't the only Jets player to star in the Pro Bowl.
Andre Roberts returned two punts for a total of 13 yards, while kicker Jason Myers made 2 of 3 field goals and both extra points. Myers converted a 31-yard field goal in the second quarter that made it 17-0 and a 47-yarder in the third quarter that made it 20-0. He missed from 58 yards in the third.
While Adams won Defensive MVP, Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahoms won Offensive MVP, throwing for 156 yards and a touchdown on 7-of-14 passing.