Pro Bowl

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The coin toss during the 2006 Pro Bowl.

The Pro Bowl is the all-star game for the National Football League (NFL). It is played the week before the Super Bowl. The game has been played at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, Hawaii, since January 1980.

AFC-NFC Pro Bowls (1971-present)[change | edit source]

Date Score Series Most Valuable Player(s) Venue Head Coaches Television
January 24, 1971 NFC, 27-6 NFC, 1-0 Lineman: Fred Carr, Packers
Back: Mel Renfro, Cowboys
Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles, California AFC: John Madden, Oakland
NFC: Dick Nolan, San Francisco
CBS
January 23, 1972 AFC, 26-13 Tied, 1-1 Defense: Willie Lanier, Chiefs
Offense: Jan Stenerud, Chiefs
Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles, California AFC: Don McCafferty, Baltimore
NFC: Dick Nolan, San Francisco
NBC
January 21, 1973 AFC, 33-28 AFC, 2-1 O.J. Simpson, Bills, Running back Texas Stadium, Irving, Texas AFC: Chuck Noll, Pittsburgh
NFC: Tom Landry, Dallas
CBS
January 20, 1974 AFC, 15-13 AFC, 3-1 Garo Yepremian, Dolphins, Placekicker Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City, Missouri AFC: John Madden, Oakland
NFC: Tom Landry, Dallas
NBC
January 20, 1975 NFC, 17-10 AFC, 3-2 James Harris, Rams, Quarterback Miami Orange Bowl, Miami, Florida AFC: John Madden, Oakland
NFC: Chuck Knox, Los Angeles
ABC
January 26, 1976 NFC, 23-20 Tied, 3-3 Billy Johnson, Oilers, Kick returner Louisiana Superdome, New Orleans, Louisiana AFC: John Madden, Oakland
NFC: Chuck Knox, Los Angeles
ABC
January 17, 1977 AFC, 24-14 AFC, 4-3 Mel Blount, Steelers, Cornerback The Kingdome, Seattle, Washington AFC: Chuck Noll, Pittsburgh
NFC: Chuck Knox, Los Angeles
ABC
January 23, 1978 NFC, 14-13 Tied, 4-4 Walter Payton, Bears, Running back Tampa Stadium, Tampa, Florida AFC: John Madden, Oakland
NFC: Bud Grant, Minnesota
ABC
January 29, 1979 NFC, 13-7 NFC, 5-4 Ahmad Rashad, Vikings, Wide receiver Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles, California AFC: Bum Phillips, Houston
NFC: Ray Malavasi, Los Angeles
ABC
January 27, 1980 NFC, 37-27 NFC, 6-4 Chuck Muncie, Saints, Running back Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, Hawaii AFC: Bum Phillips, Houston
NFC: John McKay, Tampa Bay
ABC
February 1, 1981 NFC, 21-7 NFC, 7-4 Eddie Murray, Lions, Placekicker Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, Hawaii AFC: Don Coryell, San Diego
NFC: Tom Landry, Dallas
ABC
January 31, 1982 AFC, 16-13 NFC, 7-5 Lee Roy Selmon, Buccaneers, Defensive end
Kellen Winslow, Chargers, Tight end
Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, Hawaii AFC: Don Coryell, San Diego
NFC: Tom Landry, Dallas
ABC
February 6, 1983 NFC, 20-19 NFC, 8-5 Dan Fouts, Chargers, Quarterback
John Jefferson, Packers, Wide receiver
Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, Hawaii AFC: Walt Michaels, N.Y. Jets
NFC: Tom Landry, Dallas
ABC
January 29, 1984 NFC, 45-3 NFC, 9-5 Joe Theismann, Redskins, Quarterback Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, Hawaii AFC: Chuck Knox, Seattle
NFC: Bill Walsh, San Francisco
ABC
January 27, 1985 AFC, 22-14 NFC, 9-6 Mark Gastineau, Jets, Defensive end Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, Hawaii AFC: Chuck Noll, Pittsburgh
NFC: Mike Ditka, Chicago
ABC
February 2, 1986 NFC, 28-24 NFC, 10-6 Phil Simms, Giants, Quarterback Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, Hawaii AFC: Don Shula, Miami
NFC: John Robinson, L.A. Rams
ABC
February 1, 1987 AFC, 10-6 NFC, 10-7 Reggie White, Eagles, Defensive end Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, Hawaii AFC: Marty Schottenheimer, Cleveland
NFC: Joe Gibbs, Washington
ABC
February 7, 1988 AFC, 15-6 NFC, 10-8 Bruce Smith, Bills, Defensive end Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, Hawaii AFC: Marty Schottenheimer, Cleveland
NFC: Jerry Burns, Minnesota
ESPN
January 29, 1989 NFC, 34-3 NFC, 11-8 Randall Cunningham, Eagles, Quarterback Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, Hawaii AFC: Marv Levy, Buffalo
NFC: Mike Ditka, Chicago
ESPN
February 4, 1990 NFC, 27-21 NFC, 12-8 Jerry Gray, Rams, Cornerback Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, Hawaii AFC: Bud Carson, Cleveland
NFC: John Robinson, L.A. Rams
ESPN
February 3, 1991 AFC, 23-21 NFC, 12-9 Jim Kelly, Bills, Quarterback Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, Hawaii AFC: Art Shell, L.A. Raiders
NFC: George Seifert, San Francisco
ESPN
February 2, 1992 NFC, 21-15 NFC, 13-9 Michael Irvin, Cowboys, Wide receiver Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, Hawaii AFC: Dan Reeves, Denver
NFC: Wayne Fontes, Detroit
ESPN
February 7, 1993 AFC, 23-20 (OT) NFC, 13-10 Steve Tasker, Bills, Special teams Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, Hawaii AFC: Don Shula, Miami
NFC: George Seifert, San Francisco
ESPN
February 6, 1994 NFC, 17-3 NFC, 14-10 Andre Rison, Falcons, Wide receiver Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, Hawaii AFC: Marty Schottenheimer, Kansas City
NFC: George Seifert, San Francisco
ESPN
February 5, 1995 AFC, 41-13 NFC, 14-11 Marshall Faulk, Colts, Running back Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, Hawaii AFC: Bill Cowher, Pittsburgh
NFC: Barry Switzer, Dallas
ABC
February 4, 1996 NFC, 20-13 NFC, 15-11 Jerry Rice, 49ers, Wide receiver Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, Hawaii AFC: Ted Marchibroda, Indianapolis
NFC: Mike Holmgren, Green Bay
ABC
February 2, 1997 AFC, 26-23 (OT) NFC, 15-12 Mark Brunell, Jaguars, Quarterback Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, Hawaii AFC: Tom Coughlin, Jacksonville
NFC: Dom Capers, Carolina
ABC
February 1, 1998 AFC, 29-24 NFC, 15-13 Warren Moon, Seahawks, Quarterback Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, Hawaii AFC: Bill Cowher, Pittsburgh
NFC: Steve Mariucci, San Francisco
ABC
February 7, 1999 AFC, 23-10 NFC, 15-14 Keyshawn Johnson, Jets, Wide receiver
Ty Law, Patriots, Cornerback
Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, Hawaii AFC: Bill Belichick*, N.Y. Jets
NFC: Dennis Green, Minnesota
ABC
February 6, 2000 NFC, 51-31 NFC, 16-14 Randy Moss, Vikings, Wide receiver Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, Hawaii AFC: Tom Coughlin, Jacksonville
NFC: Tony Dungy, Tampa Bay
ABC
February 4, 2001 AFC, 38-17 NFC, 16-15 Rich Gannon, Raiders, Quarterback Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, Hawaii AFC: Jon Gruden, Oakland
NFC: Dennis Green, Minnesota
ABC
**February 9, 2002 AFC, 38-30 Tied, 16-16 Rich Gannon, Raiders, Quarterback Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, Hawaii AFC: Bill Cowher, Pittsburgh
NFC: Andy Reid, Philadelphia
ABC
February 2, 2003 AFC, 45-20 AFC, 17-16 Ricky Williams, Dolphins, Running back Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, Hawaii AFC: Jeff Fisher, Tennessee
NFC: Andy Reid, Philadelphia
ABC
February 8, 2004 NFC, 55-52 Tied, 17-17 Marc Bulger, Rams, Quarterback Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, Hawaii AFC: Tony Dungy, Indianapolis
NFC: Andy Reid, Philadelphia
ESPN
February 13, 2005 AFC, 38-27 AFC, 18-17 Peyton Manning, Colts, Quarterback Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, Hawaii AFC: Bill Cowher, Pittsburgh
NFC: Jim L. Mora, Atlanta
ESPN
February 12, 2006 NFC 23-17 Tied, 18-18 Derrick Brooks, Buccaneers, Linebacker Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, Hawaii AFC: Mike Shanahan, Denver
NFC: John Fox, Carolina
ESPN
**February 10, 2007 AFC 31-28 AFC, 19-18 Carson Palmer, Bengals, Quarterback Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, Hawaii AFC: Bill Belichick, New England
NFC: Sean Payton, New Orleans
CBS
February 10, 2008 NFC 42-30 Tied, 19-19 Adrian Peterson, Vikings, Running Back Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, Hawaii AFC: Norv Turner, San Diego Chargers,
NFC: Mike McCarthy, Green Bay Packers
FOX
February 8, 2009 NFC 30-21 NFC 20-19 Larry Fitzgerald, Cardinals, Wide receiver Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, Hawaii AFC: John Harbaugh, Baltimore
NFC: Andy Reid, Philadelphia
NBC
January 31, 2010 AFC 41-34 Tied, 20-20 Matt Schaub, Texans, Quarterback Sun Life Stadium, Miami Gardens, Florida AFC: Norv Turner, San Diego
NFC: Wade Phillips, Dallas
ESPN
January 30, 2011 NFC 55-41 NFC 21-20 DeAngelo Hall, Redskins, Cornerback Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, Hawaii[1] AFC: Bill Belichick, New England
NFC: Mike Smith, Atlanta
Fox
February 12, 2012 Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, Hawaii NBC

*filled in for then-Jets head coach Bill Parcells

**Saturday game

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