The annual NFC vs. AFC Pro Bowl features the NFL’s top talent as they hit the field together Sunday night.
The game where all the stars of the NFL come together and have a great tie battling it out on the field. This year’s NFL Pro Bowl is being held in Las Vegas, Nevada.
It started earlier this weekend with a series of skills challenges put on between six AFC players (including Tyreek Hill and Mac Jones) and six NFC players (including Justin Jefferson and Russell Wilson). The NFC came away with the win.
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Game Date: Feb. 6, 2022
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The AFC starters will include Justin Herbert from the Chargers, Jonathan Taylor from the Colts, Tyreek Hill from the Chiefs, Stefon Diggs from the Bills and Mark Andrews from the Ravens along with their offensive line.
Their defensive highlight players include Myles Garrett from the Browns, T.J. Watt from the Steelers, and Derwin James from Los Angeles.
The NFC starters feature Aaron Rodgers (replaced by Kyler Murray), Dalvin Cook from the Vikings, Cooper Krupp (replaced by Justin Jefferson), Davante Adams from the Packers, and George Kittle from the Niners.
Their defensive stars include Nick Bosa from the Niners, Chandler Jones from the Cardinals, and rookie Micah Parson from the Cowboys.
The AFC will be coached by Titans’ Mike Vrabel and the NFC will be coached by Packers’ Matt LaFleur. Allegiant Stadium will be full of laughter, highlight football, and tons of fun on Sunday night.
The NFL Pro Bowl, pitting the NFC against the AFC, is set for Sunday, Feb. 6. The game will be live streamed on fuboTV, which offers a free trial.
The football fun and games surrounding the Pro Bowl have not stopped.
The game is set for Allegiant Stadium. The Pro Bowl is back on after a one-year hiatus, and the All-Star game is making its Sin City debut after the previous four editions were held in Orlando.
When is the Pro Bowl?
The Pro Bowl Skills is set for 2 p.m. (3 p.m. ET) on Sunday, Feb. 6.
Will it be live streamed?
The game will be live streamed on fuboTV, which offers a free trial. The most basic of plans is the “fubo standard” package, which comprises 100-plus channels for $64.99 per month. Like all cord-cutting alternatives, there are plenty of options, especially for sports.
What TV channel will broadcast the game?
The Pro Bowl will be broadcast on ESPN and ABC.
GAMES OF CHANCE: The Pro Bowl is back after the first 17-game regular season in NFL history, and the league chose to host it in Las Vegas on the same weekend as the NHL All-Star Game and several smaller sporting events in Sin City. Attendance at practices has been fairly light, and the game at Allegiant Stadium is not expected to be a sellout.
The players are not complaining about spending a weekend in Sin City, even when temperatures haven’t climbed much above 60 degrees in the high desert.
“I think probably more people lost their money, so it might actually be a little more competitive than you think,” Kansas City offensive tackle Orlando Brown Jr. said with a laugh. “I think it’ll be fun. I think it’ll be a competitive game. It’s got that Pro Bowl feel to it.”
CAN’T KICK IT: In the NFL’s latest attempt at innovation that also increases player safety, the Pro Bowl will have no kickoffs.
Instead, the winner of the opening coin toss will have two options: to spot the ball anywhere on the field for the first play, or to decide whether to start on offense or defense from the other team’s chosen spot.
The so-called “spot and choose” method was suggested to the league’s Competition Committee last year by the Baltimore Ravens partly as a solution to the inequities of the current overtime system.
DIGG IT: Reiver Stefon Diggs could line up for the first time against his younger brother, Dallas cornerback Trevon Diggs. Buffalo receiver Stefon Diggs could line up for the first time against his younger brother, Dallas cornerback Trevon Diggs.
Their teams haven’t met since Trevon reached the NFL last season, but Vegas fans could be treated to the first matchup of the Bills’ prolific wideout and the rising defensive back whose 11 interceptions were the most by an NFL player since Everson Walls in 1981.
NEW TOOLS: Smart young players are using the Pro Bowl week as a chance to get to know their competitors in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere — while also picking up knowledge for the future.
Pittsburgh receiver Diontae Johnson, a first-time Pro Bowler as a late replacement, is absorbing everything on his first trip to Las Vegas.
“You can learn a lot, because everybody didn’t get here for no reason,” Johnson said. “I was just over there talking to Travis Kelce about how he reads a defense and how he runs his routes, how he extends people. He’s given me some pointers, and I feel like I can add that to my toolbox. I feel like I can learn from everybody out here.”