|Date||February 6, 2000|
|Stadium||Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, Hawaii|
|MVP||Randy Moss (Minnesota Vikings)|
|TV in the United States|
|Announcers||Al Michaels, Boomer Esiason, Lesley Visser and Dan Fouts|
The 2000 Pro Bowl was the NFL's all-star game for the 1999 season. The game was played on February 6, 2000 at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, Hawaii Attendance— 50,112. The game was broadcast by ABC with a running time of three hours and sixteen minutes. The final score was NFC 51, AFC 31. The AFC coach was Tom Coughlin of Jacksonville. The NFC coach was Tony Dungy of Tampa Bay. Randy Moss of the Minnesota Vikings was the game's MVP with 9 catches for 212 yards and one touchdown.
The referee was Tom White.
The scores broken down by quarter:
Starting Lineups as voted on by NFL players and coaches
|Quarterback||18 Peyton Manning , Indianapolis|| 8 Mark Brunell , Jacksonville |
12 Rich Gannon , Oakland
|Running back||32 Edgerrin James , Indianapolis||28 Corey Dillon , Cincinnati |
27 Eddie George , Tennessee
|Fullback||33 Sam Gash , Buffalo|
|Wide receiver||88 Marvin Harrison , Indianapolis |
82 Jimmy Smith , Jacksonville
|19 Keyshawn Johnson , N.Y. Jets |
81 Tim Brown, Oakland [b]
|88 Terry Glenn , New England [a]|
|Tight end||88 Tony Gonzalez , Kansas City||89 Frank Wycheck , Tennessee|
|Offensive tackle||75 Jonathan Ogden , Baltimore |
71 Tony Boselli, Jacksonville [b]
|72 Leon Searcy , Jacksonville [c]||71 Walter Jones , Seattle [a]|
|Offensive guard||79 Ruben Brown , Buffalo |
74 Bruce Matthews , Tennessee
|68 Will Shields , Kansas City|
|Center||66 Tom Nalen, Denver [b]||68 Kevin Mawae , N.Y. Jets [c]||61 Tim Grunhard , Kansas City [a]|
|Defensive end||90 Tony Brackens , Jacksonville |
90 Jevon Kearse , Tennessee
|99 Michael McCrary , Baltimore|
|Defensive tackle||93 Trevor Pryce , Denver |
96 Darrell Russell , Oakland
|96 Cortez Kennedy , Seattle|
|Outside linebacker||58 Peter Boulware , Baltimore |
51 Kevin Hardy , Jacksonville
|94 Chad Brown, Seattle [b]||57 Mo Lewis , N. Y. Jets [a]|
|Inside linebacker||52 Ray Lewis, Baltimore [b]||54 Zach Thomas , Miami [c]||55 Junior Seau , San Diego [a]|
|Cornerback||29 Sam Madison , Miami |
24 Charles Woodson , Oakland
|40 James Hasty , Kansas City|
|Free safety||37 Carnell Lake , Jacksonville||26 Rod Woodson , Baltimore|
|Strong safety||36 Lawyer Milloy , New England|
|Punter||7 Tom Tupa , N.Y. Jets|
|Placekicker||10 Olindo Mare , Miami|
|Kick returner||34 Tremain Mack , Cincinnati|
|Special teamer||42 Detron Smith , Denver|
|Quarterback||13 Kurt Warner , St. Louis|| 7 Steve Beuerlein , Carolina |
14 Brad Johnson , Washington
|Running back||28 Marshall Faulk , St. Louis||22 Emmitt Smith , Dallas |
48 Stephen Davis , Washington
|Fullback||40 Mike Alstott , Tampa Bay|
|Wide receiver||80 Cris Carter , Minnesota |
80 Isaac Bruce , St. Louis
|87 Muhsin Muhammad , Carolina |
84 Randy Moss , Minnesota
|Tight end||85 Wesley Walls , Carolina||86 David Sloan , Detroit|
|Offensive tackle||77 Willie Roaf , New Orleans |
76 Orlando Pace , St. Louis
|79 Erik Williams , Dallas|
|Offensive guard||73 Larry Allen , Dallas |
64 Randall McDaniel , Minnesota
|77 Tré Johnson , Washington|
|Center||62 Jeff Christy , Minnesota||61 Tony Mayberry , Tampa Bay|
|Defensive end||92 Michael Strahan , N.Y. Giants |
93 Kevin Carter, St. Louis [b]
|91 Robert Porcher , Detroit [c]||97 Simeon Rice , Arizona [a]|
|Defensive tackle||94 Luther Elliss , Detroit |
99 Warren Sapp , Tampa Bay
|75 D'Marco Farr , St. Louis|
|Outside linebacker||98 Jessie Armstead , N.Y. Giants |
55 Derrick Brooks , Tampa Bay
|52 Dexter Coakley , Dallas|
|Inside linebacker||56 Hardy Nickerson , Tampa Bay||57 Stephen Boyd , Detroit|
|Cornerback||21 Deion Sanders, Dallas [b] |
41 Todd Lyght , St. Louis
|35 Aeneas Williams , Arizona [c]||23 Troy Vincent , Philadelphia [a]|
|Free safety||30 Lance Schulters , San Francisco||20 Brian Dawkins , Philadelphia|
|Strong safety||47 John Lynch , Tampa Bay|
|Punter||17 Mitch Berger , Minnesota|
|Placekicker||4 Jason Hanson , Detroit|
|Kick returner||24 Glyn Milburn , Chicago|
|Special teamer||84 Michael Bates , Carolina|
|AFC Team||Selections||NFC Team||Selections|
|Jacksonville Jaguars||7||St. Louis Rams||7|
|Baltimore Ravens||5||Tampa Bay Buccaneers||6|
|Tennessee Titans||4||Minnesota Vikings||5|
|Kansas City Chiefs||4||Dallas Cowboys||5|
|Oakland Raiders||4||Detroit Lions||5|
|New York Jets||4||Carolina Panthers||4|
|Indianapolis Colts||3||Washington Redskins||3|
|Miami Dolphins||3||Arizona Cardinals||2|
|Seattle Seahawks||3||New York Giants||2|
|Denver Broncos||3||Philadelphia Eagles||2|
|Buffalo Bills||2||Chicago Bears||1|
|New England Patriots||2||San Francisco 49ers||1|
|San Diego Chargers||1||New Orleans Saints||1|
|Cincinnati Bengals||1||Green Bay Packers||0|
|Pittsburgh Steelers||0||Atlanta Falcons||0|
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