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NFL Pro Bowl Betting

The 2023-2024 NFL Pro Bowl Games begin on February 1 with skills competitions. On February 4, 2024, there will be a seven-on-seven flag football game and other competitions between the two conferences.

To some fans and gamblers, the Pro Bowl is a farce that should be canceled. But the other side of the coin is that the Pro Bowl is one of the highest-rated sports TV programs of the year. The American public can’t get enough of the NFL, so the Pro Bowl lives, much to the smiles of the sportsbooks, NFL brass, owners, and TV executives. Meanwhile, football purists pout for the old days when players actually cared and tried in pro football’s All-Star Game.

Props Betting will be one of the most popular forms of Pro Bowl wagering. And there will be odds on all of the events and flag football games once player commitments are secured.

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2024 NFL Pro Bowl

Date: February 1 and 4, 2024

Location: Camping World Stadium, Orlando, Florida

This year the Pro Bowl will return to Orlando, Flordia, where it was previously held from 2017 through 2020. The past two years saw the Pro Bowl operate in Las Vegas. But with the Super Bowl being played in Sin City this year, Orlando gets the event back.

Overview of Pro Bowl Games Skill and Pro Bowl Games

The Thursday Pro Bowl Games skills show is not open for live in-person attendance. However, the Skills Show will be aired live only on ESPN. There will also be AFC vs NFC skills competitions on Sunday, February 4, at Camping World Stadium.

On Sunday, February 4 ticketholders will get to watch the best-of-the-best compete live and in person as they show off their on-field and off-field skills in unique competitions that will culminate in a flag football game, led by head coaches Peyton Manning and Eli Manning.

Attending fans will have access to Sunday's slate of events, featuring the AFC versus NFC flag football game and Pro Bowl Skills. There will be a postgame trophy presentation, MVP celebrations, and on-site fan activations, including a celebrity DJ, live interviews with players, and more.

Pro Bowl Skills will feature the NFL's top players participating in unique competitions that showcase their on-field and off-field skills. This year's Pro Bowl Games will feature both new and fan-favorite skills, which will have cumulative scoring that leads up to the flag football game on Sunday.

For the AFC versus NFC flag football game at Camping World Stadium, the format will be 7-on-7. Sunday's culminating event at the Pro Bowl Games will feature the following elements: There is one game with four quarters, the game will take place on a 50-yard field with 10-yard end zones, scoring plays worth the traditional six (6) points with a 1-point conversion from the 5-yard line and a 2-point conversion option from the 10-yard line.

2024 Pro Bowl Coaches

For fans and gamblers who can’t get enough of the Manning brothers, Eli (NFC) and Peyton (AFC) will serve as the head coaches. For those who are tired of the Mannings, it has gotten to the point where it is impossible to escape their presence. But the NFL doesn’t care. They see the former Super Bowl-winning QBs as assets and draws.

Rosters and Fan Voting

Pro Bowl Fan voting ran from November 27 through December 25, 2023. Of course, much of the player availability will be subject to which teams advance to the Super Bowl. Also, factoring in the lineups and availability will be the player's injuries.

Eight NFL teams are sending at least five players to Orlando, where the flag football game will be played. The voting was led by the league-leading San Francisco 49ers, who boast nine Pro Bowlers (and eight starters). The Baltimore Ravens (seven), Dallas Cowboys (seven), Miami Dolphins (six), Philadelphia Eagles (six), Cleveland Browns (five), Kansas City Chiefs (five) and Detroit Lions (five) are the other teams with at least five Pro Bowlers.

NFL Pro Bowl Results (2000)

2022 NFC 62 AFC 35
2021 AFC 41 NFC 35
2020 Cancelled Due to COVID-19
2019 AFC 38 NFC 33
2018 AFC 26 NFC 7
2017 AFC 24 NFC 23
2016 AFC 20 NFC 13
2015 Team Irvin 49 Team Rice 27
2014 Team Irvin 32 Team Carter 28
2013 Team Rice 22 Team Sanders 21
2012 NFC 62 AFC 35
2011 AFC 59 NFC 41
2010 NFC 55 AFC 41
2009 AFC 41 NFC 34
2008 NFC 30 AFC 21
2007 NFC 42 AFC 30
2006 AFC 31 NFC 28
2005 NFC 23 AFC 17
2004 AFC 38 NFC 27
2003 NFC 55 AFC 52
2002 AFC 45 NFC 20
2001 AFC 38 NFC 30
2000 AFC 38 NFC 17
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In 1938, the NFL staged its first Pro All-Star Game that featured an all-star team against that year’s league champion. That format continued for five years until the game was discontinued due to the events of WWII. The game was revived in 1950 as the Pro Bowl with all-star teams from the league’s two conferences competing against each other. That model continued in some form until the 2013 game where captains selected a roster in a player draft.

The NFL returned to a conference format for the 2016 game with the AFC winning all five contests since the switch. Unfortunately, the 2020 Pro Bowl was cancelled due to COVID, but the 2021 edition of the game was exciting with a total of 76 points scored in a back-and-forth affair.

That was the last traditional Pro Bowl as a lack of interest and modernization efforts have changed the entire Pro Bowl Weekend. It is now a celebrated skills competition that is capped off with a flag football game with no real stakes.

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