Ahh, the infamous Pro Bowl where the NFL’s elite come to showcase their skills in a game no one tries in. That is why the NFL has featured skill competitions such as a hands contest and even dodgeball to the weekend to draw a better audience. I will say it is nice to see the players having fun and goofing around, but it doesn’t make for an exhilarating game. This year will be different; the NFL has been trying to find more and more ways to increase the popularity of their version of an all-star game. I think it’s up to the players to fix it and from everything, I’ve gathered this year’s players want to go out and compete which should make this quite the spectacle.
The NFC is loaded with talent and lucky for (5) Eagles players they can’t participate in the Pro Bowl because they’re gearing up for a chance at the ultimate prize. The NFC starting lineups will feature players such as Russell Wilson, Alvin Kamara, Adam Thielen, Dion Jones, Marshon Lattimore, Patrick Peterson, Landon Collins and Earl Thomas.
The AFC is missing (4) Patriots players but is still stacked to the brim with talent. The AFC rosters feature just as much if not more talent than the NFC with guys like Jalen Ramsey, Von Miller, Terrel Suggs, AJ Green, Antonio Brown, Kareem Hunt and Philip Rivers.
This game is going to have a little bit of everything! The leading vote-getter was Steelers RB Le’Veon Bell followed by Tom Brady, teammate Antonio Brown, and Carson Wentz. The Steelers also lead all teams with 8 Pro Bowl selections! The Eagles and the Saints both had four players selected to lead the NFC. The Bears, Jets, and Browns will not have any players in the Pro Bowl. This will actually mark the 3rd consecutive season that Bears haven’t had representation in the Pro Bowl.
The Pro Bowl: Game Time, TV Channel & Viewing Details
Event: The Pro Bowl
Date: Sunday, January 28, 2018
Start Time: 2:50 P.M. EST
Location: Camping World Stadium in in Orlando, Florida
How to Watch The Pro Bowl Live Stream Online
Your best bet for watching the Pro Bowl online via live stream is at WatchESPN where you will need to sign in with a log in and password for your cable provider.
If you don’t have access to a cable or satellite log-in, you can live stream the game online through DIRECTV NOW. DIRECTV offers a free seven-day trial, so you’ll receive a full seven days free before your paid membership begins. If you cancel your subscription within the week, you will not be charged. DIRECTV NOW is available on Desktop, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV and Chromecast.
If you don’t have access to a cable or satellite log-in, you can watch the show through Sling TV. Sling TV is service that allows subscribers to watch live and on-demand TV channels on TVs, computer or mobile device for a monthly fee. It’s just like a cable or satellite TV service, except it’s delivered over the internet. The service’s Orange package includes FOX and costs $20 a month, but you can sign up for a free seven-day trial. If you cancel your subscription within a week, you will not be charged. Once signed up, simply download the app for your computer to start watching.
How to Watch The Pro Bowl On Your Tablet Or Mobile Device
You can live stream the game on the WatchESPN app.
You can download the FoxSportsGo app on Google Play, Amazon, iTunes, and the Windows Store. The Fox Sports Go app is also available on the following devices: Apple TV, Roku, Android TV and Fire TV.
How To Live The Pro Bowl Online Without Cable Subscription
You can also live stream the game through Sling TV free trial. Just click on the Sling website and click “Watch Now 7 Days Free” for the free trial. Choose the Sling Orange package, which costs $20 per month and comes with ESPN, along with many other sports channels.