This is the all-star game for the NFL, and features players from the NFC and AFC facing off against each other. Players are voted into the game by coaches, players, and fans. The game has traditionally been held after the Super Bowl, but since 2010, has been held between the final week of playoffs and the Super Bowl.
The first Pro-Bowl was held in Los Angeles, CA at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in 1951. The location stayed the same until 1972, when the game was held in Irving, TX, at Texas Stadium. The game moved around for 6 years after that until finally landing in Hawaii at the Aloha Stadium in Honolulu. It has been played in Hawaii every year since then except for 2010, when it was held in Miami, FL at Sun Life Stadium. The Pro Bowl often invites controversy because invited players rarely play to their fullest potential. This is because their season is over, they do not want to get injured, nor injure another player. As a result, the Pro Bowl typically has very low ratings compared to everything else the NFL broadcasts.