Bevor am 3. Februar der Super Bowl in Atlanta steigt, wird am Januar der Pro Bowl gespielt. Was hinter dem All-Star-Spiel steckt und wer daran teilnimmt. Der Pro Bowl ist das All-Star-Spiel der nordamerikanischen National Football League (NFL). Er wird offiziell AFC-NFC Pro Bowl genannt, weil die Teams fest. Der Pro Bowl ist das All-Star Game der National Football League (NFL) in der Saison Er wird am Januar , eine Woche vor dem Super Bowl.
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The Pro Bowl is not allowed to end in a tie , unlike preseason and regular season games. In general, beyond the 1st overtime, whoever scores first wins.
The first overtime starts as if the game had started over, like the NFL Playoffs. The teams are made of players from different NFL teams, so using their own uniforms would be too confusing.
The players each wear the helmet of their team, but the home jerseys and pants are either a solid blue for the NFC or solid red for the AFC, with white jerseys with blue or red accents, respectively, for the away team.
While it had been speculated that the color of Pro Bowl jerseys was determined by the winner of the Super Bowl —as it had been played post-Super Bowl for many years—this is untrue.
The design of Pro Bowl uniforms is changed every two years, and the color and white jerseys are rotated along with the design change.
This has been Pro Bowl tradition since the switch to team specific helmets, which started with the January game.
The two-year switch was originally created as a marketing ploy by Nike , and was continued by Reebok , which won the merchandising contract in Nike subsequently won the contract back in The Western team wore white jerseys with royal-blue numerals and a Northwestern University -style Ukon triple stripe on the sleeves, white pants with blue stripe and socks and a plain blue helmet.
Perhaps oddly, the Eastern team wore home dark jerseys, although the host city team, the Los Angeles Rams , were members of the Western Conference.
From January to January both teams wore gold helmets with the NFL logo on the sides; the Eastern helmets featured a red-white-red tri-stripe and the Western a similar blue-white-blue tri-stripe.
In fact, the players brought their own game helmets to Los Angeles, which were then spray-painted and decorated for the contest. Two players with the same number who are elected to the Pro Bowl can now wear the same number for that game.
This was not always the case in the past. The Pro Bowl included a unique example of several players from the same team wearing the same number in a Pro Bowl.
On October 7, , Nike unveiled the uniforms for the Pro Bowl , which revealed that the red, white and blue colors that the game uniforms bore throughout its entire history will no longer be used for this game.
As the NFC—AFC format was not used between through , team 1 sported a white uniform with bright orange and team 2 sported a gray uniform with volt green.
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As of the Pro Bowl , 28 players have been invited to at least 11 Pro Bowls in their careers. For decades, the Pro Bowl has been criticized as a glamour event more than a football game.
This is due to two causes: Many star players have excused themselves from participation over the years, meaning that the very best players are not necessarily featured.
Not having the best players in the Pro Bowl was exacerbated by the introduction of fan voting see section below.
Another criticism of the game is that the players—particularly on defense—are not playing "full speed". This means that a player injured in the Pro Bowl would have at least six months to rehab before the next season begins.
However, starting in , the Pro Bowl was moved from the week after the Super Bowl to the week before the Super Bowl. Because of the above-noted fear of injury, players from the two teams participating in the Super Bowl were banned from participation, meaning that the absence of star players was only increased.
With the dearth of stars making the game the subject of much derision Sports Illustrated website refused to even include one pre-game story on the event in , [ citation needed ] the players on the field appear to be taking it less seriously as well.
One NFL player watching the game said, "They probably should have just put flags on them,"  indicating that the quality was about on the level of flag football.
Commissioner Roger Goodell stated that the game needed to improve, otherwise it would be eliminated. This, among other factors, caused the Pro Bowl to be more of a game featuring emerging players, with a record of players selected overall including those who were absent , and ended up including rookie quarterback Jameis Winston instead of recognized veterans Tom Brady and Carson Palmer , who were both in the conversation for the NFL season MVP before losing in their respective conference finals.
Fan voting has increased criticism [ according to whom? Some teams earn more selections of their players because fans often vote for their favorite team and not necessarily the best player.
You just have to work hard and play. The player voting has also been subject to significant criticism. Thus, players who have seen their play decline with age can still be perennially elected to the Pro Bowl due to their popularity among other players, something particularly common among positions such as the offensive line, where few statistics are available.
Some players have had a surprisingly small number of Pro Bowl selections despite distinguished careers.
Hall of Fame running back John Riggins was selected only once in his career from to He was not selected in the year after which he set the record for rushing touchdowns in a season and his team made it to the Super Bowl although he did make the All-Pro team.
Defensive back Ken Riley never made the Pro Bowl in his 15 seasons, even though he recorded 65 interceptions, the fourth-highest total in NFL history at the time of his retirement.
Former Jacksonville Jaguars halfback Fred Taylor , who is 15th in all-time rushing yards, was elected to his only Pro Bowl in , despite averaging 4.
Long snappers are picked by the coaches and not voted on at all. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. NFL Pro Bowl records.
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