Pro Bowl Live Stream: The NFL Pro Bowl is going to look different this year. Rather than an exhibition game, the league is doing a showcase of sorts, with flag football being the flagship event, so to speak.
When is the 2023 Pro Bowl game?
- Date: Sunday, Feb. 5
- Kickoff: 3 p.m. ET
The AFC will be coached by Peyton Manning and the NFC will be coached by Eli Manning. Peyton, of course, spent his career in the AFC with the Broncos and Colts whereas Eli spent his seasons with the Giants in New York.
In addition, the events will be held in Las Vegas’ Allegiant Stadium, home of the Raiders. It’s the second year in a row Las Vegas will host the Pro Bowl festivities after it spent four seasons in Orlando’s Camping World Stadium.
The rosters for the 2023 NFL Pro Bowl have been leaking out since Monday with the full reveal coming Wednesday evening. The Philadelphia Eagles had the most selections with eight players (six starters). The Dallas Cowboys and the Kansas City Chiefs were next with seven selections each.
The Pro Bowl is determined by a combination of votes by fans, coaches and players. Dolphins receiver Tyreek Hill, Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, Vikings receiver Justin Jefferson and Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce all received top votes from fans and made their respective teams.
The NFL announced in September that it would no longer play a conventional football game at the Pro Bowl and is instead opting for a rebranded series of events that will include multiple skill competitions in addition to three flag football games. Peyton Manning has been named the AFC coach and will be joined by Hall-of-Famer Ray Lewis as his defensive coordinator and Mexico Women’s Flag National Team quarterback Diana Flores as offensive coordinator. Eli Manning was named the NFC coach alongside DeMarcus Ware as defensive coordinator and U.S. Women’s Flag National Team quarterback Vanita Krouch as offensive coordinator.