NFL Pro Bowl 2018: Game time, TV, live stream, rosters
The 2018 Pro Bowl will be played Sunday, Jan. 28 in Orlando. It’s the second straight year that will feature an AFC vs. NFC format. The game will be played a week before the Patriots take on the Eagles in Super Bowl LII. The NFL announced the AFC and NFC rosters in December. The rosters were determined by voting from fans, players and coaches, with each type of voting counting for one-third of the final rosters. But because of the Super Bowl, any players from New England or Philadelphia will have to be replaced. Some have also opted out due to injury concerns.
How to Watch 2018 Pro Bowl Online
Date: Sunday, Jan. 28
Start Time: 3:00 p.m. ET
Location: Orlando, Florida
Venue: Camping World Stadium
TV Info: ESPN
Live Stream: Click Here
There is still one week until Super Bowl 52, but there is no shortage of football this weekend with the 2018 Pro Bowl set to take place in Orlando, Florida.
This year’s Pro Bowl 2018 is the second season in a row where the AFC vs. NFC format returns.
Rosters for the game were determined last month after voting from fans, players and coaches around the league. The Pittsburgh Steelers lead the way with eight players in the game, including quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, running back Le’Veon Bell and wide receiver Antonio Brown.
Player from the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles who received Pro Bowl 2018 nods will be sitting out of this weekend’s game to ensure they are healthy for their Feb. 4 matchup at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis.
How can you tune in to Sunday afternoon’s annual NFL all-star game? All of the information you need to catch the action from the opening kickoff can be seen here.
The NFL hosts the Pro Bowl 2018 edition of its annual All-Star Game this afternoon as the AFC takes on the NFC this afternoon in the 2018 NFL Pro Bowl.
Detroit Lions fans have one more opportunity to see two players hit the field for one last time this season. For their excellence on the field this season, cornerback Darius Slay and guard T.J. Lang earned spots in the 2018 NFL Pro Bowl.
Slay was the lone Lion named when the initial rosters were announced but Lang got his name added as a replacement for Brandon Scherff.
Despite arguably being the conferences best corner this season, Slay will come off the bench for the NFC squad. Xavier Rhodes of the Minnesota Vikings and Patrick Peterson of the Arizona Cardinals were named the starters.
Regardless of starting or coming off the bench, being named a Pro Bowler has major significance for Slay, who now sees his 2018 base salary bumped by $550,000 thanks to an escalator built into the contract extension he signed prior to the 2016 season.