An all-pro is a player who is determined to be the best at their position as voted on by a selected panel of sports writers.
A pro-bowl player is a player who appears in the pro bowl at the end of the season. To determine the pro-bowl roster there are three sets of voters each set of voters gets an equal say in the pro-bowl roster. The three sets of voters are: the fans, the players, and the coaches.
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.
The first pro bowl between AFC and NFC was January 21, 1973.
All first team Pro Bowl players get paid. All Alternates who accept the invitation to play get paid. If an Alternate is named to the tem and declines, they are not considered to be Pro Bowl players and they do not get paid.
the difference between a pro and a con is that a pro is the good thing and a con is the bad thing about htte problem.
No. Not all teams are represented in the Pro Bowl. Only players voted in by the fans, players and coaches make the Pro Bowl roster. In the last Pro Bowl (2012 season) six teams did not have at least one player on the roster. The teams were: Chargers, Jaguars, Titans, Panthers, Eagles and Rams.
the pro bowl is a game in which the best players from each team are elected to play in an all-star game
the pro bowl is not important at all. it is just an exihibition game
The 2010 AFC-NFC Pro Bowl will be played Sun, Jan 31, 2010, at Miami. This is the week between the Conference Championships, and the Super Bowl.
The Pro Bowl is an annual game played between the best players in each conference. A pro bowler would be a player who is in the game. In other sports this person would be called an 'All Star'
The xbox 360 arcade is basically all white and the difference between the arcade and the pro is that the pro has a silver disk drive. The Elite is all black.
Amateurs are competing in competions to try to go pro that is the difference.
The 2010 Pro Bowl was the the first Pro Bowl held before the Super Bowl.
Barry Sanders made the Pro Bowl 10 times, each season between 1989-1998.
Pro Bowl players on the two Super Bowl teams will not participate in the Pro Bowl.
the cost to the pro bowl ball would cost between $500-$1000.00
No difference at all, it's just that some people call the XBOX 360 the XBOX 360 PRO because that's what it says on the box of their model, but there is no difference what so ever
The Super Bowl decides the NFL champion and is played by the winners of the NFC and AFC championships. the Pro Bowl is a less serious game played by the best players in the NFC and the best in the NFC, selected by voting
no you have to not make the superbowl
All Pro is more prestigious due to the fact that there are only 27 players selected each year. Pro Bowl consists of two team one for each conference which has many more players that are selected. If you are selected to the All Pro team then that means your the best at your position in the NFL that year not just your conference.
1) Chris Chandler - played with the Bears between 2002-2003 and made the Pro Bowl with the Atlanta Falcons in 1997 and 1998. 2) Kordell Stewart - played with the Bears in 2003 and made the Pro Bowl with the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2001. 3) Jeff Blake - played with the Bears in 2005 and made the Pro Bowl with the Cincinnati Bengals in 1995. 4) Brian Griese - played with the Bears between 2006-2007 and made the Pro Bowl with the Denver Broncos in 2000. 5) Jay Cutler - played with the Bears in 2009 and made the Pro Bowl with the Denver Broncos in 2008.
There are usually 2 weeks between the NFC & AFC Championship games and the Super Bowl. Starting in 2009 they are playing the Pro Bowl on the Sunday in between the Super Bowl and the Championship games.
In 2010, AFC won the Pro Bowl.