In 2005, the NFL Pro Bowl took place in Honolulu, Hawaii at the Aloha Stadium as the AFC beat the NFC, 38-27. This Pro Bowl game holds the record as the latest Pro Bowl played and the latest NFL game played during a calendar year. The Most Valuable Player (MVP) was awarded to Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning. Manning threw three touchdown passes for a total of 115 passing yards.
Throughout his 18 seasons in the NFL, Manning played for the Indianapolis Colts from 1998-to 2011 (14 seasons) and for the Denver Broncos from 2012-2015 (4 seasons).
Manning was named a 2-Time Super Bowl Champion, awarded the 2007 Super Bowl MVP, 5-Time NFL MVP, 2-Time NFL Offensive Player of the Year, 2012 NFL Comeback Player of the Year, 7-Time First-Team All-Pro, 14-Time Pro Bowl Selection, 3-Time NFL Passing Yards Leader, and 4-Time NFL Passing Touchdowns Leader.
Manning also holds the NFL records for 55 passing touchdowns in a season, 5,477 passing yards in a season, and 7 passing touchdowns in a game. Throughout his career, he has a total of 539 passing touchdowns totaling 71,940 passing yards.
At the time of his retirement following the 2015 season, Manning left a name for himself. He retired and later was inducted into the Professional Football Hall of Fame Class of 2021.