Pro Bowl 2018 Live Stream Online,The 2018 Pro Bowl will be the National Football League’s all-star game for the 2017 season, which will be played at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida on January 28, 2018
Date: Sunday, January 28
Time: 3 p.m. ET
Stadium: Camping World Stadium
The 2017 Pro Bowl was held in Orlando instead of Hawaii, and it was a big success. As part of a multi-year deal signed in 2016, the NFL will hold its annual celebratory game at the Camping World Stadium for the second straight year.
For the first time ever, ESPN and ABC will simulcast the event. ESPN Deportes will also televise the 2018 Pro Bowl, and a live stream will be available on WatchESPN.
But unlike the Pro Bowls of the past, this game will air at 3 p.m. ET to avoid interfering with ABC’s primetime lineup. It will also give the Pro Bowl a chance to air without competing against the Grammys, which will broadcast live on CBS at 7:30 p.m. ET.
The last time this game appeared on network television was in 2013.
Peter O’Reilly, the league’s senior vice president of events, said the NFL received “tremendous feedback from players, coaches, and fans” about last year’s Pro Bowl. But the game, which aired on ESPN, generated 7.4 million viewers, the least-viewed Pro Bowl since 2007. However, it still outperformed other cable shows in the same time slot, and viewers who tuned in to the live stream were not counted in the ratings.
AFC Looking for 2nd Straight Win, Advantage in All-Time Series
The AFC used a pair of second-quarter touchdown receptions by tight ends Delanie Walker and Travis Kelce from Alex Smith and Andy Dalton to open up a slender advantage in the 2017 Pro Bowl.
Two field goals from Justin Tucker helped secure the 20-13 victory and level the all-time series at 22 wins apiece.
Of the players who scored points for the AFC last year, only Smith and Walker will have a chance to replicate their success Sunday.
The AFC has the potential to do a ton of damage on the ground, with LeSean McCoy, Le’Veon Bell and Kareem Hunt at running back.
As if that combination weren’t scary enough, Antonio Brown, Jarvis Landry, Keenan Allen and T.Y. Hilton are the targets the AFC quarterbacks will have the pleasure of throwing to at wide receiver.
On the other side of the ball, the AFC possesses five members of the Jacksonville Jaguars defense, including defensive backs Jalen Ramsey and A.J. Bouye.
The shutdown corners get to go up against Adam Thielen, Michael Thomas, Davante Adams and Doug Baldwin with the opportunity to put on one more dominant performance before the offseason hits.
The NFC counters with a plethora of talent at quarterback, including Drew Brees, Jared Goff and Russell Wilson, but just like the AFC, the running backs could be stars of the offense, with Alvin Kamara, Mark Ingram and Todd Gurley in the backfield.
Look for the NFC defense to relish the challenge of stopping the AFC offense with plenty of intriguing battles strewn across the field.
One of the top matchups to watch will feature corners Patrick Peterson, Marshon Lattimore and Xavier Rhodes, who have the task of attempting to silence Brown.
Steelers, Saints Boast Large Contingent Working with Own Coaching Staffs
Not only will the Steelers and Saints have a heavy influence on the Pro Bowl because their respective coaching staffs are in charge, but they also have 17 combined players who have been selected for the game.
Pittsburgh had 10 players named to the Pro Bowl, with only linebacker Ryan Shazier missing the game because of an injury.