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1995 Pro Bowl
1 2 3 4 Total
AFC 0 17 3 21

41

NFC 10 0 3 0

13

Date February 5, 1995
Stadium Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, Hawaii
MVP Marshall Faulk (Indianapolis Colts)
National anthem
Coin toss
Referee Larry Nemmers
Attendance 49,121
Network ABC
Announcers
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The 1995 Pro Bowl was the NFL's all-star game for the 1994 season. The game was played on February 5, 1995, at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, Hawaii. The final Score was AFC 41, NFC 13.[1] Rookie Marshall Faulk of the Indianapolis Colts rushed for a Pro Bowl record 180 yards and was the game's MVP.[2] Chris Warren added 127 yards rushing as the AFC posted records for rushing yards (400) and total yards (552). Both Warren and Faulk broke the Pro Bowl rushing record, formerly held by O.J. Simpson.[3]

The coaches were DallasBarry Switzer and Bill Cowher of the Pittsburgh Steelers. The game was viewed by 49,121 at Aloha Stadium. The referee was Larry Nemmers.

RostersEdit

AFC Roster
QB
Jeff Blake – CIN
Steve Bono – K.C.
Jim Harbaugh – IND
Dan Marino – MIA

RB
Kimble Anders – K.C.
Marshall Faulk – IND
Curtis Martin – N.E.
Glyn Milburn – DEN
Chris Warren – SEA

WR
Tim Brown – LA
Anthony Miller – DEN
Carl Pickens – CIN
Steve Tasker – BUF
Yancey Thigpen – PIT

TE
Ben Coates – N.E.
Shannon Sharpe – DEN
Eric Green – PIT (injury replacement)

OL
Bruce Armstrong – N.E.
Dermontti Dawson – PIT
Duval Love – PIT
Bruce Matthews – HOU
Will Shields – K.C.
Keith Sims – MIA
Mark Stepnoski – HOU
Richmond Webb – MIA
Steve Wisniewski – LA
Will Wolford – IND
Gary Zimmerman – DEN

DL
Cortez Kennedy – SEA
Chester McGlockton – LA
Bryce Paup – BUF
Bruce Smith – BUF
Neil Smith – K.C.
Leslie O'Neal – SD
Dan Saleaumua – K.C.

LB
Bryan Cox – MIA
Junior Seau – SD
Kevin Greene – PIT
Derrick Thomas – K.C.
Greg Lloyd – PIT

DB
Blaine Bishop – HOU
Carnell Lake – PIT
Darryll Lewis – HOU
Rod Woodson – PIT
Steve Atwater – DEN
Dale Carter – K.C.
Terry McDaniel – LA

NFC Roster
QB
Troy Aikman – DAL
Brett Favre – GB
Warren Moon – MIN
Steve Young – SF

RB
Larry Centers – ARI
Craig Heyward – ATL
Brian Mitchell – WAS
Barry Sanders – DET
Emmitt Smith – DAL
Ricky Watters – SF

WR
Cris Carter – MIN
Michael Irvin – DAL
Herman Moore – DET
Jerry Rice – SF

TE
Mark Chmura – GB
Brent Jones – SF
Jay Novacek – DAL

OL
Larry Allen – DAL
Lomas Brown – DET
Randall McDaniel – MIN
William Roaf – N.O.
Kevin Glover – DET
Nate Newton – DAL
Mark Tuinei – DAL
Ray Donaldson – DAL
Bart Oates – SF

DL
John Randle – MIN
Dana Stubblefield – SF
Eric Swann – ARI
Reggie White – GB
Chris Doleman – ATL
Charles Haley – DAL
William Fuller – PHI

LB
Ken Norton Jr. – SF
William Thomas – PHI
Jessie Tuggle – ATL
Lee Woodall – SF
Ken Harvey – WAS

DB
Eric Allen – N.O.
Eric Davis – SF
Aeneas Williams – ARI
Darren Woodson – DAL
Merton Hanks – SF
Tim McDonald – SF
Deion Sanders – SF
Elbert Shelley – ATL

ReferencesEdit

  1. "NFL Pro Bowl history – NFL – CBSSports.com Football". CBS Sports. http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/story/10540742. Retrieved July 28, 2010.
  2. Ken, Peters (February 6, 1995). "Faulk breaks Pro Bowl rushing record as AFC whips NFC, 41–13". Point Pleasant (West Virginia) Register. AP. http://news.google.com/newspapers?id=5z9DAAAAIBAJ&sjid=cq0MAAAAIBAJ&dq=pro%20bowl&pg=3709%2C1463779. Retrieved January 9, 2012.
  3. "1995 Pro Bowl recap". ProBowlOnline.com. Archived from the original on January 17, 2012. http://www.probowlonline.com/pro-bowl-1995.php. Retrieved January 17, 2012.
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