Two-thirds of "Young Money" made their mark in Sunday night's Pro Bowl.
Steelers All-Pro Antonio Brown and former Steeler turned Bronco Emmanuel Sanders competed on the same field together since the two were teammates during a victory over the Browns in Pittsburgh in the final game of the 2013 season.
Playing in his first Pro Bowl, Sanders capped off his breakout season with five catches for 70 yards and two touchdowns as Team Irvin defeated team Carter, 32-28.
Brown, the NFL's regular season leader in catches (129) and yards (1,698), racked up a game-best six receptions while matching Golden Tate with 98 receiving yards for Team Carter.
While I'd prefer to see him still making plays for the Black and Gold, it was fun to watch Sanders as he continues to evolve into an elite receiver. Sanders finished in the top five in the NFL with 101 catches and 1,404 yards to go with his nine touchdown catches.
Brown also continued to ascend in 2014, and by season's end, Jerry Rice, the NFL's greatest receiver and arguably the greatest player in league history, was taking notice. Rice validated what many around the league has also stated, which is that Brown is the best receiver in the game today.
The teams collaborated to tally 54 first downs and nearly 1,100 yards of offense in front of a sell-out crowd in Glendale. But for me, the best part of this Pro Bowl was watching Brown and Sanders shine on the same field once again.