No, when the NFC wins the pro bowl, the NFC team playing in the Super Bowl wins home field advantage.
The first pro bowl between AFC and NFC was January 21, 1973.
I believe Tony Franklin was. And Paul McFadden 1984 NFC rookie of the year 1985 Pro bowl.
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
Aloha Stadium's first hosting of the Pro Bowl was January 27, 1980 when the NFC defeated the AFC 37-27.
NFC or AFC
as of 2008-09 season start pro bowls: tied 19-19 super bowls: NFC leads 23-19 last super bowl: NFC's giants won over the AFC's patriots (patriots were undefeated till then at 18-0) last pro bowl: NFC won over the AFC 30-42 (AFC had a 24-7 lead)
The NFC and the AFC
For the Pro Bowl played in 1989, the NFC defeated the AFC, 34-3.
the pro bowl is not important at all. it is just an exihibition game
As of today its 21-20 NFC
NFC won 55-42
nfc it was heads
NFC 65, AFC 62 for a total score of 107 it was the 2008 Pro Bowl
The Pro Bowl for the 2008 season was plaayed on Feb. 08, 2009.The NFC defeated the AFC 30 - 21.
AFC 1970 and present.....