Yes. But as of 2010 they will not. Since the Pro Bowl is a week before the Super Bowl, both teams do not want to take a chance at injury with their star players so they will skip it.
The two remaining teams have a week to rest, recover and talk strategy after the AFC and NFC Championships and before the Super Bowl.
Kansas City Chiefs are currently the only undefeated team as of week 4 at 3-0
Now that the Pro Bowl is played the week between the Conference Championship games and the Super Bowl, players on Super Bowl teams who make the Pro Bowl are considered Pro Bowlers and they do get paid.
A week last super bowl.
No. Players from both teams did not participate in the 2011 Pro Bowl, due to the fact that they were playing each other the next week in Super Bowl XLV. This has always been the case, ever since the Pro Bowl was moved to the week prior to the Super Bowl.
2007 Week 17 - Patriots-Giants. Patriots won. 2007-08 Super Bowl - Patriots-Giants. Giants won.
So People Can Get Ready For The Super Bowl
No. Now that the Pro Bowl is being played the week before the Super Bowl, any player selected for the Pro Bowl that is playing in the Super Bowl will be replaced.
Yes, the Super Bowl is played in the first week of February which, in the northern hemisphere, is winter.