Top Pro Bowl Performance All-Time

By Shane R

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Over the years, the Pro Bowl has been a fun event to enjoy the sunshine of Florida or Hawaii. But, it has also had some stellar performances that are hard to forget. Check out these superb players that played lights out in the game.

#5 – Joe Theismann (1984)

After winning his second MVP for the NFL season, Theismann entered the Pro Bowl on a roll. He accounted for three touchdowns in the Pro Bowl, as the NFC throttled the AFC 45-3.

#4 – Peyton Manning (2005)

The Hall of Famer threw 49 touchdown passes coming into the Pro Bowl in 2005. In the game, Manning threw three touchdowns in the first half. His AFC team won 38-27, and Manning won the Most Valuable Player (MVP).

#3 – Adrian Peterson (2008)

Adrian Peterson is still going strong playing running back. But, in 2008, the man was at his best. On 16 carries, Peterson ran for two touchdowns and rushed for 129 yards. It was even more impressive that Peterson was a rookie that season. In the game, Peterson helped the NFC beat the AFC 42-30.

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#2 – Brandon Marshall (2012)

Marshall was one of the most dominant wide receivers in the 2010s. In the 2012 Pro Bowl game, Marshall hauled in six catches for a whopping 174 yards. Also, he scored a touchdown in each quarter—what a performance for the Pro Bowl MVP.

#1 – Marc Bulger (2004)

Bulger was a part of one of the most incredible comebacks in the history of Pro Bowl. In 2004, Bulger brought the NFC back from 25-points down. He threw 4 touchdown passes and won the MVP for the Pro Bowl.