Pro Bowl 2018 Picks: AFC vs NFC Live Stream And Expert Predictions For NFL’s All-Star Game

The AFC all-stars, led by quarterbacks Ben Roethlisberger and Derek Carr, meet the NFC all-stars, led by quarterbacks Drew Brees and Jared Goff, in the Pro Bowl 2018 at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida, on Sunday, January 28, 2018.

The 2018 NFL Pro Bowl has the potential to be an exciting one, featuring a slew of top-tier players—44 from the AFC and 44 from the NFC—representing their respective conference at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida. The participants were selected for their excellence during the 2017 season via a vote comprised of fans, fellow players and coaches.

None of the talent picked from the New England Patriots or Philadelphia Eagles will be in attendance on Sunday, however, as they prepare for Super Bowl LII next week. There is still a lot of star power involved and plenty of intrigue surrounding this game, but the best way to make the Pro Bowl the most exciting and watchable it can be is to have something riding on the outcome.

Oddsmakers have installed the NFC as a slight, three-point favorite over the AFC. That line hasn’t moved at all, but the over/under has. The total currently sits at 61.5 points after plummeting down significantly from the opening line of 71. [Update 1/26 at 11 a.m. ET: The NFC has shifted down to a 2.5-point favorite and the total is up to 66.5]. Bettors may be recalling 2017’s 20-13 score in a game that the AFC won as a 5.5-point underdog behind a stifling defense and a pair of scores from tight ends Travis Kelce—the game’s offensive MVP—and Delanie Walker.

Pro Bowl 2018

Who: AFC vs. NFC

What: 2018 Pro Bowl

Where: Camping World Stadium, Orlando

When: Sunday, Jan. 28, 2018

Time: 2:50 p.m. Eastern

TV: ABC, ESPN

Livestream: WatchESPN

2018 Pro Bowl AFC vs NFC Preview

The 2018 Pro Bowl will break the tie—at least temporarily—between the conferences, which are deadlocked at 22 wins apiece through the 44 AFC vs. NFC editions of this all-star game. It’s worth noting that last year the NFL finally returned the Pro Bowl to the conference format it had used for decades after a relatively unpopular three year run of holding a fantasy draft, captained by former players, from the pool of available talent. Now that the game is back to it’s old format for a second straight year, it’s worth wondering whether the touchdowns will pick back up after an uncharacteristic drought of scores in 2017.

FINAL 2018 PRO BOWL PLAYERS BY CLUB
PLAYER POSITION PRO BOWLS
ARIZONA (3)
Budda Baker Special Teamer 1
Chandler Jones Outside Linebacker 2
Patrick Peterson Cornerback 7
ATLANTA (3)
Deion Jones Inside/Middle Linebacker 1
Alex Mack Center 5
Keanu Neal Strong Safety 1
BALTIMORE (3)
C.J. Mosley Inside/Middle Linebacker 3
Terrell Suggs Outside Linebacker 7
Eric Weddle Free Safety 5
BUFFALO (2)
Richie Incognito Guard 4
LeSean McCoy Running Back 6
CAROLINA (3)
Thomas Davis Outside Linebacker 3
Graham Gano Placekicker 1
Trai Turner Guard 3
CINCINNATI (2)
Geno Atkins Interior Lineman 6
Clark Harris Long Snapper 1
CLEVELAND (1)
Joe Schobert Inside/Middle Linebacker 1
DALLAS (3)
Travis Frederick Center 4
Demarcus Lawrence Defensive End 1
Jason Witten Tight End 11
DENVER (2)
Von Miller Outside Linebacker 6
Aqib Talib Cornerback 5
DETROIT (2)
T.J. Lang Guard 2
Darius Slay Cornerback 1
GREEN BAY (2)
Davante Adams Wide Receiver 1
Mike Daniels Interior Lineman 1
INDIANAPOLIS (2)
Jack Doyle Tight End 1
T.Y. Hilton Wide Receiver 4
JACKSONVILLE (5)
A.J. Bouye Cornerback 1
Malik Jackson Interior Lineman 1
Yannick Ngakoue Defensive End 1
Jalen Ramsey Cornerback 1
Telvin Smith Outside Linebacker 1
KANSAS CITY (3)
Tyreek Hill Return Specialist 2
Kareem Hunt Running Back 1
Alex Smith Quarterback 3
LOS ANGELES CHARGERS (4)
Keenan Allen Wide Receiver 1
Casey Hayward Cornerback 2
Melvin Ingram Defensive End 1
Russell Okung Tackle 3
LOS ANGELES RAMS (6)
Pharoh Cooper Return Specialist 1
Jared Goff Quarterback 1
Todd Gurley Running Back 2
Johnny Hekker Punter 4
Jake McQuaide Long Snapper 2
Andrew Whitworth Tackle 4
MIAMI (2)
Reshad Jones Strong Safety 2
Jarvis Landry Wide Receiver 3
MINNESOTA (5)
Linval Joseph Interior Lineman 3
Xavier Rhodes Cornerback 2
Kyle Rudolph Tight End 2
Harrison Smith Strong Safety 3
Adam Thielen Wide Receiver 1
NEW ORLEANS (7)
Drew Brees Quarterback 11
Mark Ingram Running Back 2
Cameron Jordan Defensive End 3
Alvin Kamara Running Back 1
Marshon Lattimore Cornerback 1
Michael Thomas Wide Receiver 1
Larry Warford Guard 1
OAKLAND (3)
Derek Carr Quarterback 3
Rodney Hudson Center 2
Kelechi Osemele Guard 2
PITTSBURGH (9)
Le’Veon Bell Running Back 3
Chris Boswell Placekicker 1
Antonio Brown Wide Receiver 6
David DeCastro Guard 3
Cameron Heyward Defensive End 1
Roosevelt Nix Fullback 1
Maurkice Pouncey Center 5
Ben Roethlisberger Quarterback 6
Alejandro Villanueva Tackle 1
SAN FRANCISCO (2)
Kyle Juszczyk Fullback 2
Joe Staley Tackle 6
SEATTLE (5)
Doug Baldwin Wide Receiver 2
Michael Bennett Defensive End 3
Duane Brown Tackle 4
Earl Thomas Free Safety 6
Russell Wilson Quarterback 5
TAMPA BAY (2)
Kwon Alexander Inside/Middle Linebacker 1
Gerald McCoy Interior Lineman 6
TENNESSEE (6)
Kevin Byard Strong Safety 1
Jurrell Casey Interior Lineman 3
Brett Kern Punter 1
Taylor Lewan Tackle 2
Brynden Trawick Special Teamer 1
Delanie Walker Tight End 3
WASHINGTON (1)
Ryan Kerrigan Outside Linebacker 3