The Pro Bowl returns to Hawaii's Aloha Stadium on January 31, 2016. It's Team Rice against Team Irvin squaring off in the game that brings you closer to the players through fun insider access.
The NFL's top two vote-getters become team captains for Jerry Rice's team and Michael Irvin's team. In a fantasy draft-style setting, the captains pick from the voted All-Stars to form the teams. And when the stars are realigned, it's teammate versus teammate in the new Pro Bowl: Unconferenced.
Irvin and Rice will have final say over the drafting of the players to their teams after the votes of who is in and out of the Pro Bowl have been determined. They will be assisted in the draft process by defensive “legend” co-captains, two active player captains and one fantasy football champion.
With the excitement of the NFL’s all-star game reaching an all-time high, we thought it would be appropriate to countdown some of the biggest moments in Pro Bowl history. In no way are we saying these are ALL of the biggest moments but these were definitely some of the ones that have kept us talking years later. Let’s take a look!
Return of the Mack (2001)
Browns center Alex Mack takes a lateral 40 yards into the end zone for the final score of the Pro Bowl in 2001.
Click below to watch the video!Pro Bowl Can't-Miss Play: Return of the Mack
Adrian Peterson wins Pro Bowl MVP as rookie (2008)
Adrian Peterson rushes for 129 yards and two scores leading the NFC to victory in his very first Pro Bowl outing.
Read more about the 2008 Pro Bowl here.
Brandon Marshall scores four touchdowns (2012)
Brandon Marshall played ringmaster in the 2012 Pro Bowl. The then-Dolphins WR hauled in four TD catches, including an incredible ball-off-his-knee snag, to set an all-star record.
Click below to watch the video!Pro Bowl: Brandon Marshall MVP highlights
Peyton Manning sets a Pro Bowl record (2004)
Peyton Manning wasn’t messing around in Hawaii in 2004 when he established a new record for passing yards in the Pro Bowl with 342.
Click below to watch the video!Peyton Manning 2004 Pro Bowl highlights
Marc Bulger set a Pro Bowl record (2004)
Former St. Louis Rams quarterback Marc Bulger sets a Pro Bowl record with four touchdown passes in 2014.
Click below to watch the video!Marc Bulger throws 4 TDs in 2004 Pro Bowl
Jack Youngblood plays with a broken leg (1980)
Former Pro-Bowler Jack Youngblood’s broken leg wouldn’t stop him from playing in the 1980 Pro Bowl. For someone to show up to a game while being injured shows a lot of guts and passion. You the man Youngblood!
Click below to watch the video!Jack Youngblood plays in Pro Bowl with broken leg
Yancey Thigpen grabs a 93-yard touchdown (1996)
Former Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Yancey Thigpen makes a sizzling one-handed catch and then takes a pass 93 yards for a score in the 1996 Pro Bowl.
Click below to watch the video!Yancey Thigpen 93-yard touchdown
Randy Moss has a Pro Bowl record 212 receiving yards (2000)
Former Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Randy Moss goes off in the 2000 Pro Bowl, recording a record 212 receiving yards.
Click below to watch the video!Randy Moss racks up 212 yards in 2000 Pro Bowl
Marshall Faulk has 180 rushing yards (1995)
Former Indianapolis Colts running back Marshall Faulk runs for 180 yards, including a 45-yard touchdown, in the 1995 Pro Bowl.
Click below to watch the video!Marshall Faulk 1995 Pro Bowl highlights
Sean Taylor tackles Brian Moorman (2006)
Former Washington Redskins safety Sean Taylor makes a big hit on punter Brian Moorman in the 2006 Pro Bowl. Taylor came out from 30 feet away and straight towards Moorman at full force. Ouch, I think I felt that from here!
Click below to watch the video!
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