AFC: John Harbaugh NFC: Andy Reid
The head coaches of the teams that lose the AFC and NFC conference championship games are those that are the head coaches in the Pro Bowl.
The 2003 Pro Bowl head coaches were Jeff Fisher of the Titans (AFC) and Andy Reid of the Eagles (NFC). The AFC won the game 45-20.
There have been two coaches that have coached both an AFC and a NFC team in the Super Bowl, Don Shula and Bill Parcels. Neither has won a Super Bowl in each division. Don Shula: 2-3 record in the Super Bowl NFC: Baltimore Colts, Super Bowl III AFC: Miami Dolphins, SuperBowls VI, VII, VIII, XVII Bill Parcels: 2-1 record in the Super Bowl NFC: New York Giants, Super Bowls XXI, XXV AFC: New England Patriots, Super Bowl XXXI
The NFC. Since Super Bowl XLII the NFC has 20 Super Bowl wins and the AFC has 18.
The first pro bowl between AFC and NFC was January 21, 1973.
NFC or AFC
the NFC with 24. BOO!
AFC 1970 and present.....
NO. Always AFC v. NFC
no the super bowl must be an AFC team against an NFC team
NFC - New York Giants AFC - New England Patriots
The NFC and the AFC
As of the start of the 2013 NFL season, the NFC has won more Super Bowl titles than the AFC. NFC: 25 AFC: 22
The Pro Bowl for the 2008 season was plaayed on Feb. 08, 2009.The NFC defeated the AFC 30 - 21.
After the NFL/AFL merger in 1970. The first Super Bowl between NFC and AFC teams was Super Bowl V in January 1971.
The NFC has won more super bowl than the AFC (25-21).
Any AFC team, has to win the AFC Championship game, and any NFC team, has to win the NFC Championship!!
No, it's the NFC champions vs. the AFC champions, which is something subtly different.
Somewhere before the super bowl.