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 The individual and teams records for the Pro Bowl since it began in 1971:
INDIVIDUAL
SERVICE
Games Played - 12, Randall McDaniel, Minnesota 1990-2000; Tampa Bay 2001; Will Shields, Kansas City, 1996-2007.
SCORING
Points, Career - 57 David Akers, Philadelphia, 2002-03, 2005, 2010-11, San Francisco 2012 (24-PATs, 11-FGs)
Points, Game - 24, Brandon Marshall, Miami (2012), 4 TDs.
Touchdowns, Career - 7, Larry Fitzgerald, Arizona, 2006, 2008-09, 2011-12.
Touchdowns, Game - 4, Brandon Marshall, Miami (2012).
PATs, Career - 24, David Akers, Philadelphia, 2002-03, 2005, 2010-11, San Francisco 2012.
PATs, Game - 8, Sebastian Janikowski, Oakland (2012).
Field Goals Attempted, Career - 18, Morten Andersen, New Orleans 1986-89, 1991, 1993; Atlanta 1996.
Field Goals, Career - 11, David Akers, Philadelphia, 2002-03, 2005, 2010-11, San Francisco 2012.
Field Goals Attempted, Game - 6, Jan Stenerud, Kansas City (1972), 4 made; Eddie Murray, Detroit (1981), 4 made; Mark Moseley, Washington (1983), 2 made.
Field Goals, Game - 5, Garo Yepremian, Miami (1974).
Longest Field Goal - 53, David Akers, Philadelphia (2003).
Safeties, Game - 1, Art Still, Kansas City (1983); Mark Gastineau, N.Y. Jets (1985); Greg Townsend, L.A. Raiders (1992).
RUSHING
Attempts, Career - 81, Walter Payton, Chicago 1977-81, 1984-87.
Attempts, Game - 19, O.J. Simpson, Buffalo (1974).
Yards Gained, Career - 368, Walter Payton, Chicago 1977-81, 1984-87.
Yards Gained, Game - 180, Marshall Faulk, Indianapolis (1995).
Touchdowns, Career - 4, Adrian Peterson, Minnesota, 2008-11.
Touchdowns, Game - 3, Mike Alstott, Tampa Bay (2000).
Longest Run From Scrimmage - 49 yards (TD), Marshall Faulk, Indianapolis (1995).
PASSING
Attempts, Career - 184, Peyton Manning, Indianapolis 2000-01, 2003-09, 2011.
Attempts, Game - 41, Peyton Manning, Indianapolis (2004).
Completions, Career - 109, Peyton Manning, Indianapolis 2000-01, 2003-09, 2011.
Completions, Game - 22, Peyton Manning, Indianapolis (2004).
Yards Gained, Career - 1,508, Peyton Manning, Indianapolis 2000-01, 2003-09, 2011.
Yards Gained, Game - 342, Peyton Manning, Indianapolis (2004).
Longest Completion - 93 yards, Jeff Blake, Cincinnati (to Yancey Thigpen, Pittsburgh), 1996 (TD).
Touchdown Passes, Career - 14, Peyton Manning, Indianapolis 2000-01, 2003-09, 2011.
Touchdown Passes, Game - 4, Marc Bulger, St. Louis (2004).
Interceptions Thrown, Career - 9, Peyton Manning, Indianapolis 2000-01, 2003-09, 2011.
Interceptions Thrown, Game - 5, Jim Hart, St. Louis (1977).
RECEIVING
Receptions, Career - 49, Tony Gonzalez, Kansas City, 2000-01, 2003-09, Atlanta, 2011-12.
Receptions, Game - 9, Randy Moss, Minnesota (2000).
Yards Gained, Career - 746, Tony Gonzalez, Kansas City, 2000-01, 2003-09, Atlanta, 2011-12.
Yards Gained, Game - 212, Randy Moss, Minnesota (2000).
Longest Reception - 93 yards, Yancey Thigpen, Pittsburgh, from Jeff Blake, Cincinnati, (1996).
Touchdowns, Career - 7, Larry Fitzgerald, Arizona, 2006, 2008-09, 2011-12.
Touchdowns, Game - 4, Brandon Marshall, Miami (2012).
INTERCEPTIONS
Interceptions, Career - 4, Everson Walls, Dallas 1982-84, 1986; Deion Sanders, Atlanta 1992-94; San Francisco 1995; Dallas 1999; Champ Bailey, Washington 2001-04; Denver, 2005-08, 2011-12.
Interceptions, Game - 2, Mel Blount, Pittsburgh (1977); Everson Walls, Dallas (1982 and 1983); LeRoy Irvin, L.A. Rams (1986); David Fulcher, Cincinnati (1990); Brian Dawkins, Philadelphia (2000); Rod Woodson, Oakland (2003); Ed Reed, Baltimore (2007); Antonio Cromartie, San Diego (2008)l Eric Weddle, San Diego (2012).
Touchdown Returns, Career - 2, Ty Law, New England 1999, 2002-04, N.Y. Jets, 2006; Derrick Brooks, Tampa Bay, 1998-2001, 2003, 2006.
Touchdown Return, Game - 1, by 17 players.
Longest Return - 87 yards, Deion Sanders, Dallas (1999).
TEAM
SCORING
Most Points - 59, AFC (2012).
Fewest Points - 3, AFC (1984, 1989, 1994).
Most Points, Both Teams - 107, NFC 55, AFC 52 (2004).
Fewest Points, Both Teams - 16, AFC 10, NFC 6 (1987).
Touchdowns, One Team - 8, AFC (2012).
Fewest Touchdowns - 0, AFC (1971, 1974, 1984, 1989, 1994); NFC (1987, 1988).
Touchdowns, Both Teams - 14, NFC 7, AFC 7 (2004), NFC 6, AFC 8 (2012).
Fewest Touchdowns, Both Teams - 1, NFC 1, AFC 0 (1974); AFC 1, NFC 0 (1987); AFC 1, NFC 0 (1988).
Field Goals - 5, AFC (1974).
Field Goals, Both Teams - 7, AFC 5, NFC 2 (1974).

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