The weekend before the Super Bowl means only one thing, the NFL Pro Bowl is here. For the second straight season, the NFL will have legendary quarterbacks Eli Manning coaching the NFC team and Peyton Manning coaching the AFC team. The game is set to take place at the Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida.
Both the NFC and the AFC teams are filled with talented players like A.J. Brown, Micah Parsons, Mike Evans, Tyreek Hill and New York Giants' very own Dexter Lawerence. The Pro Bowl always brings some exciting plays and moments especially now with the game being a flag football event. However, before the main game, we also have some very entertaining events on the way. We've got you covered with all the Pro Bowl info you need in this piece:
NFL Skills Showdown
Since 2017, the NFL has implemented a skills showdown before the Pro Bowl game, and we will have it again this year with the events getting underway on Feb. 1 at 7 p.m. Some of the events that will be taking place in the skills showdown will be three quarterbacks battling in an accuracy contest, a dodgeball tournament amongst the AFC defense against the NFC offense, a golf accuracy contest and kick tac toe with each team's kicker competing in a giant tic-tac-toe competition. Last year, the NFL Skills Showdown did not disappoint, so we should expect no different this year as well.
How to watch the NFL Skills Showdown
The NFL Skills Showdown will be broadcast live on ESPN and can also be streamed on ESPN+, YouTubeTV and Fubo.tv.
The NFL Pro Bowl Game
The weekend's action in Orlando will conclude with a seven-on-seven flag football game on Feb. 3 between the NFC and the AFC beginning at 3 p.m. The starting quarterbacks for the NFC are Geno Smith of the Seattle Seahawks, Baker Mayfield of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Jalen Hurts of the Philadelphia Eagles.
For the AFC, the quarterbacks that will be featured are Lamar Jackson of the Baltimore Ravens, Tua Tagovalioa of the Miami Dolphins and C.J. Stroud of the Houston Texans. Besides the quarterbacks, we will see more other talented players on both sides of the ball, so we should get another fun Pro Bowl to watch.
How to watch the NFL Pro Bowl Game
The NFL Pro Bowl games will be broadcast on ESPN, ESPN+, ABC, Disney XD, ESPN Deportes, YouTubeTV, fubo.tv and NFL+.