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To continue the momentum of the playoffs and fill the void of the weekend prior to the Super Bowl, the NFL’s version of its all-star game will take place at Camping World Stadium in Orlando with the playing of the Pro Bowl. From the AFL-NFL merger in 1970 up through 2013 and since 2017, the game is officially called the AFC–NFC Pro Bowl, matching the top players from both conferences. The league has used variations in an attempt to make the game more interesting since it is just a glorified exhibition and players are more concerned with escaping healthy.

The NFL differs from most major sports leagues with the playing of the Pro Bowl. Instead of taking place midway through the season, the game is played at the end of the regular season. Between 1970 and 2009, it was usually held the weekend after the Super Bowl. Since 2010, the Pro Bowl has been played the weekend before the Super Bowl. Players from the two teams competing in the Super Bowl do not participate.

NFL Pro Bowl at a Glance

American Football Conference vs. National Football Conference

Date and Time: Sunday, January 27th, 2019, 3 p.m. ET

Location: Camping World Stadium, Orlando, FL

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AFC vs. NFC TV Coverage: ESPN/ABC

Since its inception, the Pro Bowl has made multiple changes. The first five games classified as Pro Bowls were exhibitions between a collection of NFL All-Stars and the reigning Super Bowl champion. It was a way for both sides to make a little extra money back when that was scarce in professional sports.

World War II led to the NFL’s annual all-star game being disrupted for most of the 1940s, but it has been played continuously since the 1950 season. It was played between the American and National conferences for the first three years, and then it switched to an East-West format. However, after the AFL-NFL merger, the Pro Bowl became an AFC-NFC affair, and it has largely stayed that way. The only exception was a three-year period where former legends held a schoolyard draft to select teams for the competition.

Pro Bowl History

SEASON WINNING TEAM LOSING TEAM
2017 AFC 24 NFC 23
2016 AFC 20 NFC 13
2015 Team Irvin 49 Team Rice 27
2014 Team Irvin 32 Team Carter 28
2013 Team Rice 22 Team Sanders 21
2012 NFC 62 AFC 35
2011 AFC 59 NFC 41
2010 NFC 55 AFC 41
2009 AFC 41 NFC 34
2008 NFC 30 AFC 21
2007 NFC 42 AFC 30
2006 AFC 31 NFC 28
2005 NFC 23 AFC 17
2004 AFC 38 NFC 27
2003 NFC 55 AFC 52
2002 AFC 45 NFC 20
2001 AFC 38 NFC 30
2000 AFC 38 NFC 17
1999 NFC 51 AFC 31
1998 AFC 23 NFC 10
1997 AFC 29 NFC 24
1996 AFC 26 NFC 23
1995 NFC 20 AFC 13
1994 AFC 41 NFC 13
1993 NFC 17 AFC 3
1992 AFC 23 NFC 20
1991 NFC 21 AFC 15
1990 AFC 23 NFC 21
1989 NFC 27 AFC 21
1988 NFC 34 AFC 3
1987 AFC 15 NFC 6
1986 AFC 10 NFC 6
1985 NFC 28 AFC 24
1984 AFC 22 NFC 14
1983 NFC 45 AFC 3
1982 NFC 20 AFC 19
1981 AFC 16 NFC 13
1980 NFC 21 AFC 7
1979 NFC 37 AFC 27
1978 NFC 13 AFC 7
1977 NFC 14 AFC 13
1976 AFC 24 NFC 14
1975 NFC 23 AFC 20
1974 NFC 17 AFC 10
1973 AFC 15 NFC 13
1972 AFC 33 NFC 28
1971 AFC 26 NFC 13
1970 NFC 27 AFC 6
1969 West 16 East 13
1968 West 10 East 7
1967 West 38 East 20
1966 East 20 West 10
1965 East 36 West 7
1964 West 34 East 14
1963 West 31 East 17
1962 East 30 West 20
1961 West 31 East 30
1960 West 35 East 31
1959 West 38 East 21
1958 East 28 West 21
1957 West 26 East 7
1956 West 19 East 10
1955 East 31 West 30
1954 West 26 East 19
1953 East 20 West 9
1952 National 27 American 7
1951 National 30 American 13
1950 American 28 National 27
1942 NFL All-Stars 17 Washington Redskins 14
1941 Chicago Bears 35 NFL All-Stars 24
1940 Chicago Bears 28 NFL All-Stars 14
1939 Green Bay Packers 16 NFL All-Stars 7
1938 New York Giants 13 NFL All-Stars 10

The game was relatively low-scoring for much of its history, and it used to be played the week after the Super Bowl. However, both things have changed a lot. The defense has largely become akin to what you see in an NBA All-Star Game, and the game has been moved up on the calendar to take place between the conference championships and the Super Bowl. Players participating in the Super Bowl do not take part and are replaced by substitutes.

Pro Bowl Sites

SITE YEARS HOSTED
Camping World Stadium 2017-present
University of Phoenix Stadium 2015
Sun Life Stadium 2010
Aloha Stadium 1980-2009, 2011-2014, 2016
Tampa Stadium 1978
Kingdome 1977
Mercedes-Benz Superdome 1976
Orange Bowl 1975
Arrowhead Stadium 1974
Texas Stadium 1973
Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum 1951-1972, 1979
Shibe Park 1942
Polo Grounds 1941
Gilmore Stadium 1939-1940
Wrigley Field 1938

Early on, the All-Star game was played at primarily baseball stadiums, but two stadiums have hosted the vast majority of Pro Bowls. The LA Memorial Coliseum hosted the event for over two decades, while Aloha Stadium hosted it for 25 years. The NFL generally tries to place the Pro Bowl in a fun, destination city that is also warm in order to attract fans and eyeballs. Camping World Stadium in Orlando has hosted the Pro Bowl for three straight years.

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