Who won 2006 Pro Bowl?

Who won 2006 Pro Bowl?

Carolina Panthers
It marked the 27th consecutive time that the National Football League’s all-star game was held in Honolulu. The NFC all-stars won by the score of 23 to 17….2006 Pro Bowl.

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Head coach: Mike Shanahan (Denver Broncos) Head coach: John Fox (Carolina Panthers)

Who won 2005 Pro Bowl?

The game was played February 13, 2005, at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, Hawaii. The final score was AFC 38 – NFC 27. The most valuable player was Peyton Manning of the Colts….2005 Pro Bowl.

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Head coach: Jim L. Mora (Atlanta Falcons) Head coach: Bill Cowher (Pittsburgh Steelers)

Where was the 2006 Pro Bowl?

Honolulu, Hawaii
AFC center Jeff Hartings of the Pittsburgh Steelers snaps the ball at line of scrimmage during 23-17 loss to the NFC in NFL Pro Bowl at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, Hawaii on Sunday, February 12, 2006. Photo by Kirby Lee/WireImage.com.

Who did Sean Taylor hit in the Pro Bowl?

punter Brian Moorman
Not many remember the final score of the 2007 Pro Bowl, but they do remember Sean Taylor’s iconic hit on Buffalo Bills punter Brian Moorman.

Did the Pro Bowl play 2 hand touch?

Dan Patrick tuned into the Pro Bowl yesterday and was surprised to find that it had devolved into a game of two-hand touch. He wasn’t the only one perplexed as numerous others called out the NFL for the complete lack of contact.

Who won Pro Bowl 2015?

Michael Irvin
On Sunday, Michael Irvin got a leg up as a general manager and captain when his squad knocked off Team Carter, 32-28, to win the Pro Bowl at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.

Was the Pro Bowl ever a real game?

The Pro Bowl used to be played the week after the Super Bowl but is now the week before – players whose team are in the Super Bowl do not play. At this moment teams have not been finally decided, because of the Championship round still to play. Other players will be called up to replace those who reach the Super Bowl.

How much is a Pro Bowl ticket?

Pro Bowl tickets start at $72.00, with an average price of $85.00. However, prices can vary based on the seat selection, as well as a number of other factors.

Why is Pro Bowl no tackle?

Rule differences. Although there is no official rule against tackling, the players in the Pro Bowl have come to a gentlemen’s agreement to do little if any tackling. On the vast majority of plays, the ball carrier either gives up as soon as a defensive player grabs him, or goes out of bounds to avoid contact.

Is the Pro Bowl boring?

The game is often more jovial than competitive, and while the rules are put in place to prevent injuries, they make the game extremely boring.