In 2004, the NFL Pro Bowl took place in Honolulu, Hawaii at the Aloha Stadium as the NFC beat the AFC, 55-52. This was the highest-scoring game in Pro Bowl history.
St. Louis Rams quarterback Marc Bulger was named the Most Valuable Player during his first Pro Bowl appearance. Bulger brought the NFC back into the game when they were losing 38-13, in the third quarter.
Bulger threw four second-half touchdowns and brought home a win for the NFC. Bulger completed 12 out of 21 passes for 152 yards and had one interception.
He made another appearance at the 2007 Pro Bowl and continued to play for the Rams for eight seasons, retiring after the 2010 season.