ORLANDO, Fla. — Delanie Walker held the ball in the end zone and waited for his teammates to celebrate. They came from every direction: Left, right and even the bench.

The Tennessee Titans’ tight end caught two touchdown passes Sunday, including an 18-yarder with 1:31 remaining, and the AFC beat the NFC 24-23 in a rain-soaked Pro Bowl.

Teammates mobbed him. Pittsburgh receiver Antonio Brown, Baltimore safety Eric Weddle, Jacksonville cornerback Jalen Ramsey and Steelers Coach Mike Tomlin were among those who left the sideline to congratulate Walker.

“That’s as real as it gets in football,” Oakland quarterback Derek Carr said. “You always want to win, especially with money on the line.”

The winning team got $64,000 each, double the losing team’s share.

“You’ve got guys on the sidelines, ‘I need that money,’ ” Carr said.

Carr completed 11 of 15 passes for 115 yards and connected with Walker for the winning score.

Von Miller of Denver sealed the victory when he caused and recovered a fumble by Los Angeles Rams quarterback Jared Goff. Miller continually posed problems for the NFC.

“I go all out all the time,” Miller said.

Although the game was more two-hand touch than hard-nosed football, there were plenty of defensive gems.

Patrick Peterson of Arizona had two interceptions. Harrison Smith of Minnesota returned an interception for a score. And two players took exception to one aggressive takedown. Tennessee left tackle Taylor Lewan and Oakland guard Kelechi Osemele had words for New Orleans defensive end Cameron Jordan after he drilled Indianapolis tight end Jack Doyle.

None of those plays compared to Miller’s clinching strip-sack.

“I knew Von was going to do it,” Broncos teammate Aqib Talib said. “When it’s clutch time, crunch time, that’s what he does. We needed a play, and Von went and did what he does.”

The AFC overcame a 17-point halftime deficit and four turnovers to win the all-star game.

Heavy downpours were partly to blame for the sloppiness.

The rain prompted some fans to leave and others to break out ponchos. It also caused players on both sidelines to scramble to protect cellphones.

Jordan, New Orleans running back Mark Ingram and others had their phones in hand during introductions, and dozens more could be seen using them on the sidelines early in the game. They shoved them in plastic bags as the rain started.

Each of the AFC quarterbacks – Ben Roethlisberger of Pittsburgh, Alex Smith of Kansas City and Carr – threw interceptions. And Kansas City returner Tyreek Hill muffed a punt.

Carr made up for his mistake by completing a 12-yard pass to Jarvis Landry of Miami on a fourth-and-7 play in the waning minutes. He found Walker down the middle three plays later.

Walker was voted the offensive MVP and Miller was the defensive MVP. Both got luxury cars to go with trophies.

“He’s a Super Bowl MVP and now a Pro Bowl MVP as well,” Talib said of Miller. “Another accolade for him. The more accolades you get, the more people expect from you.”

The NFC looked like it would coast to a victory early. Two Minnesota Vikings made big plays a week earlier than they wanted (Super Bowl) and a week later than they needed (NFC championship game).

Adam Thielen had a touchdown reception on the opening drive, and Smith returned an interception 79 yards for a score as the NFC opened a 20-3 lead at halftime.