NFL Pro Bowl
48th NFL Pro Bowl Game and 28th AFC-NFC contest (NFC leads series, 15-13). Date: Feb. 1 at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu. Attendance— 49,995. Coaches: Bill Cowher, Pittsburgh (AFC) and Steve Mariucci (NFC). Player of the Game: QB Warren Moon of Seattle who was 4 of 8 for 89 yards and rushed for one touchdown.
1st: NFC—Herman Moore 22-yd pass from Steve Young (Jason Hanson kick), 9:35; AFC—Andre Rison 17-yd pass from Mark Brunell (Mike Hollis kick), :30.
2nd: NFC—Rob Moore 36-yd pass from Young (Hanson kick), 12:10; NFC—Dorsey Levens 12-yd run (Hanson kick), 1:36.
3rd: AFC—Jimmy Smith 14-yd pass from Drew Bledsoe (Hollis kick), 11:31.
4th: NFC—Hanson 35-yd FG, 14:19; AFC—Hollis 48-yd FG, 8:51; AFC—Eddie George 4-yd run (pass failed), 2:31; AFC—Warren Moon 1-yd run, 1:49 (pass failed).
As voted on by NFL players and coaches.
Note: QB Elway was injured and unable to play.
Offense: WR—Andre Rison, KC and Jimmy Smith, Jax.; TE—Ben Coates, NE; T—Bruce Armstrong, NE; G—Ruben Brown, Buf.; C—Tom Nalen, Den.; QB—Drew Bledsoe, NE and Mark Brunell, Jax.; RB—Eddie George, Tenn.; FB— Kimble Anders, KC.
Defense: E—Michael Sinclair, Sea.; T—Chester McGlockton, Oak.; LB—Derrick Thomas, KC and Junior Seau, SD; CB—James Hasty, KC; S—Blaine Bishop, Tenn.
Replacements: OFFENSE—QB Warren Moon. for Elway. NEED PLAYER—Ray Lewis, Balt., LB.
Note: QB Favre, LB Harvey and CB Sanders were injured and unable to play.
Offense: WR—Rob Moore, Ariz. and Irving Fryar, Phila.; TE—Mark Chmura, GB; T— Erik Williams, Dal.; G—Kevin Gogan, SF; C— Tony Mayberry, TB; QB—Steve Young, SF and Trent Dilfer, TB; RB—Warrick Dunn, TB; FB—Mike Alstott, TB.
Defense: E—Chris Doleman, SF; T—Warren Sapp, TB; LB—Derrick Brooks, TB and Jessie Tuggle, Atl.; CB—Darrell Green, Wash.; S—Darren Woodson, Dal.
Replacements: OFFENSE—QB Chris Chandler for Favre. DEFENSE—LB Lee Woodall, SF for Harvey; CB Cris Dishman, Wash. for Sanders; S John Lynch, TB for Woodson. NEED PLAYER—Ken Norton Jr., Dal., LB.
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