Pro Bowl 2008
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The original Pro Bowl game, on Jan. 15, 1939, pitted the National Football League champions against a team of all-stars from the rest of the league. In 1940 and 1942, there were two games, the first in January against the previous year's champion, the second in December against the newly-crowned NFL champion. That Pro Bowl series was discontinued in 1943 -- due to the collapse of the American Football League and World War II.
In 1951, the Pro Bowl game was revived under a new format matching the all-stars of each conference at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. The American Conference defeated the National Conference 28-27, January 14.From 1954 through 1970, the teams represented the NFL's Eastern and Western Conferences. Since the merger of the American Football League into the NFL, the Pro Bowl has been played, again, by all-star teams from the American and National Football Conferences
Be the first to get your tickets to the 2008 Pro Bowl! The Pro Bowl is a match-up of players from the AFC and the NFC, and itâ€™s the only game where the fans get to vote for who they want to see play. Though we may not know the players yet, one thing is for sure - Coast to Coast will help you find the hard-to-get tickets you want to be at Aloha Stadium to see the best of the best play.