Pro Bowl Live

Pro Bowl Live: The 2023 Pro Bowl schedule will happen across two days on Thursday, Feb. 2 and Sunday, Feb. 5. Thursday will feature a plethora of Skills Competition events including the always-fun dodgeball, a new contest called Lightning Round that will test various aspects of athleticism and timing, a golf long drive competition, Precision Passing returns, and a Best Catch competition will have the first rounds on Thursday as well.

When is the 2023 Pro Bowl game?

  • Date: Sunday, Feb. 5
  • Kickoff: 3 p.m. ET

What channel is the Pro Bowl on?

  • TV channel (national): ESPN | ABC | Disney XD
  • Live stream: ESPN app, fuboTV

For Sunday, the Best Catch will have its finals to determine the winners. The Gridiron Gauntlet relay returns, a new Move the Chains game, a return of Kick Tac Toe and then the 7-on-7 Pro Bowl Flage Football Games with the AFC taking on the NFC in the contest.

In all of these competitions, it will be the conferences competing against one another and there will be three points awarded to a player or team’s conference for winning a competition. The Pro Bowl Flag Football Games will be worth six points apiece.

The score from the competitions will then be the starting score for a third and final 7-on-7 flag football game that will use standard flag football scoring. Peyton Manning will coach the AFC while Eli Manning will coach the NFC.

First off, there will be three games featuring seven skill players from each conference facing off. The initial two games will be worth six points for the competition while the third and final game to end the weekend will start with the score from the previous games and skill competitions.

As for the games themselves, it will be 7-on-7 with only skill players and feature a 50-yard field with 10-yard end zones. There is a No Run Zone where teams cannot execute running plays that starts on the opposing 5-yard line.

Meanwhile, the games will be two 10-minute halves for a 20-minute total game that features a 25-second play clock and then a running clock before the final two minutes of each half. The clock will stop, as in the NFL, on incomplete passes, scores, penalties, changes of possession, or obviously timeouts.

As for scoring, touchdowns are still worth six points but the extra-point tries can be for one point or two depending on where the play is run from (no kickers here). The one-point try will be from the 3-yard line while the two-point try will be from the 10-yard line.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *