It’s safe to say a lot of us miss the old Pro Bowl format, but the newly-minted Pro Bowl Games did provide some fun moments as an appetizer to Super Bowl Sunday between the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles next week.

Take, for example, a family affair. Former Alabama defensive back Trevon Diggs and former Maryland wide receiver Stefon Diggs were both invited to the games as some of the best at their respective positions in the league.

One event that takes place in the Pro Bowl Games this season is the flag football game. In the game, Diggs, with the NFC, intercepted his brother Stefon after a lateral and nearly returned in the distance.

Diggs is used to picking off the best quarterbacks in the business. His brother, an excellent wide receiver, probably wasn’t as much of a challenge to read.

Then again, maybe this was just all part of the Pro Bowl “script.”