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The first ever NFL Pro Bowl game was played at Wrigley Field in Los Angeles on Jan. 15, 1939.
The NFL All-Stars defeated the Washington Redskins in the last Pro Bowl game before World War II interrupted the series.
The Pro Bowl began again in 1951. Otto Graham led the American Conference to a 28-27 win over the National Conference.
Two Colts' players - Johnny Unitas and "Big Daddy" Lipscomb paced the West to a 38-21 win.
Hall of Fame QB Fran Tarkenton led the West to a 34-14 win over the East.
A pair of Chiefs Hall of Famers - Jan Stenerud and Willie Lanier - earned outstanding player awards as the AFC beat the NFC, 26-13.
The Pro Bowl moved to Hawaii in 1980. The NFC defeated the AFC, 37-27.
The AFC downed the NFC in this game by a score of 22-14.
Eagles QB Randall Cunningham was named Player of the Game as the NFC crushed the AFC, 34-3.
Class of 2007 inductee Michael Irvin earned Player of the Game honors as the NFC won, 21-15.
The AFC won this shootout, 38-30. Raiders QB Rich Gannon was named Player of the Game for the second straight year.