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1994 NFL Pro Bowl
1234 Total
NFC 3077 17
AFC 0300 3
DateFebruary 6, 1994
StadiumAloha Stadium, Honolulu, Hawaii
MVPAndre Rison (Atlanta Falcons)
RefereeGordon McCarter
TV in the United States
AnnouncersMike Patrick and Joe Theismann

The 1994 Pro Bowl was the NFL's all-star game for the 1993 season. The game was played on February 6, 1994, at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, Hawaii. The final Score was NFC 17, AFC 3.[1] Andre Rison of the Atlanta Falcons was the game's MVP. This was also Joe Montana's last Pro Bowl appearance (coincidentally, the coaches for this game were from both teams that Montana played for in his career: Kansas City's Marty Schottenheimer and San Francisco's George Seifert). The referee was Gordon McCarter.

The game was tied 3-3 at halftime on field goals by Norm Johnson of the Atlanta Falcons and Gary Anderson of the Pittsburgh Steelers. The NFC scored late in the 3rd quarter on a 4-yard touchdown run by Los Angeles Ram rookie, Jerome Bettis. The NFC scored again in the 4th quarter on a touchdown pass from Bobby Hebert (Falcons) to Cris Carter (Minnesota Vikings) to provide the final margin.[2]

Emmitt Smith, Troy Aikman, Thomas Everett, Bruce Smith and Andre Reed were selected for the 1994 Pro Bowl, but backed out due to injuries from Super Bowl XXVIII.[3]

AFC roster


Position: Starters: Reserves:
Quarterback   7 John Elway, Denver   1 Warren Moon, Houston
  7 Boomer Esiason, N.Y. Jets
19 Joe Montana, Kansas City
Running back 34 Thurman Thomas, Buffalo 32 Marcus Allen, Kansas City
29 Barry Foster, Pittsburgh
42 Chris Warren, Seattle
Fullback 41 Keith Byars, Miami
Wide receiver 81 Tim Brown, L.A. Raiders
83 Anthony Miller, San Diego
83 Andre Reed, Buffalo
84 Haywood Jeffires, Houston
89 Webster Slaughter, Houston
80 Irving Fryar, Miami
Tight end 84 Shannon Sharpe, Denver 86 Eric Green, Pittsburgh
Offensive tackle 75 Howard Ballard, Buffalo
78 Richmond Webb, Miami
76 John Alt, Kansas City
Offensive guard 63 Mike Munchak, Houston
76 Steve Wisniewski, L.A. Raiders
69 Keith Sims, Miami
65 Max Montoya, L.A. Raiders
Center 63 Dermontti Dawson, Pittsburgh 74 Bruce Matthews, Houston


Position: Starters: Reserves:
Defensive end 78 Bruce Smith, Buffalo
90 Neil Smith, Kansas City
96 Sean Jones, Houston
75 Howie Long, L.A. Raiders
91 Leslie O'Neal, San Diego
Defensive tackle 79 Ray Childress, Houston
96 Cortez Kennedy, Seattle
92 Michael Dean Perry, Cleveland
Outside linebacker 58 Derrick Thomas, Kansas City
95 Greg Lloyd, Pittsburgh
97 Cornelius Bennett, Buffalo
Inside linebacker 55 Junior Seau, San Diego 77 Karl Mecklenburg, Denver
Cornerback 37 Nate Odomes, Buffalo
26 Rod Woodson, Pittsburgh
36 Terry McDaniel, L.A. Raiders
Free safety 41 Eugene Robinson, Seattle 27 Steve Atwater, Denver
Strong safety 49 Dennis Smith, Denver

Special teams

Position: Player:
Punter   9 Greg Montgomery, Houston
Placekicker   1 Gary Anderson, Pittsburgh
Kick returner 21 Eric Metcalf, Cleveland
Special teamer 89 Steve Tasker, Buffalo

NFC roster


Position: Starters: Reserves:
Quarterback   8 Steve Young, San Francisco   3 Bobby Hebert, Atlanta
  8 Troy Aikman, Dallas
  4 Brett Favre, Green Bay
11 Phil Simms, N.Y. Giants
Running back 22 Emmitt Smith, Dallas 20 Barry Sanders, Detroit
36 Jerome Bettis, L.A. Rams
27 Rodney Hampton, N.Y. Giants
32 Ricky Watters, San Francisco
Fullback 48 Daryl Johnston, Dallas
Wide receiver 84 Sterling Sharpe, Green Bay
80 Jerry Rice, San Francisco
80 Andre Rison, Atlanta
88 Michael Irvin, Dallas
80 Cris Carter, Minnesota
Tight end 84 Brent Jones, San Francisco 84 Jay Novacek, Dallas
Offensive tackle 79 Erik Williams, Dallas
79 Harris Barton, San Francisco
75 Lomas Brown, Detroit
76 Jumbo Elliot, N.Y. Giants
Offensive guard 61 Nate Newton, Dallas
64 Randall McDaniel, Minnesota
62 Guy McIntyre, San Francisco
Center 53 Mark Stepnoski, Dallas 61 Jesse Sapolu, San Francisco
65 Bart Oates, N.Y. Giants


Position: Starters: Reserves:
Defensive end 92 Reggie White, Green Bay
56 Chris Doleman, Minnesota
95 Richard Dent, Chicago
Defensive tackle 93 John Randle, Minnesota
90 Sean Gilbert, L.A. Rams
67 Russell Maryland, Dallas
Outside linebacker 57 Rickey Jackson, New Orleans
59 Seth Joyner, Philadelphia
56 Pat Swilling, Detroit
97 Renaldo Turnbull, New Orleans
Inside linebacker 56 Hardy Nickerson, Tampa Bay 51 Ken Norton, Jr., Dallas
Cornerback 24 Deion Sanders, Atlanta
21 Eric Allen, Philadelphia
21 Donnell Woolford, Chicago
Free safety 20 Mark Carrier, Chicago 27 Thomas Everett, Dallas
Strong safety 35 LeRoy Butler, Green Bay 46 Tim McDonald, San Francisco

Special teams

Position: Player:
Punter   5 Rich Camarillo, Arizona
Placekicker   9 Norm Johnson, Atlanta
Kick returner 33 Tyrone Hughes, New Orleans
Special teamer 37 Elbert Shelley, Atlanta


  1. ^ "NFL Pro Bowl history – NFL – Football". CBS Sports. Retrieved July 28, 2010.
  2. ^ "NFL 1994 Pro Bowl Gamebook – NFL GSIS" (PDF). NFL GSIS.
  3. ^ Pro Bowl roster changes made, web: The Naples Daily News, 1994, retrieved March 13, 2023