What to know about the 2023 Pro Bowl: Dates, how to watch/live stream info, AFC, NFC coaches, competition schedule, and more
The 2023 NFL Pro Bowl will take place over the course of two days at Allegiant Stadium–home of the Las Vegas Raiders–in Paradise, Nevada. The excitement begins on Thursday, February 2 as NFL fan-favorites compete in a brand-new skills challenge featuring the following events: Epic Pro Bowl Dodgeball, Lightning Round, Longest Drive, Precision Passion, and Best Catch.
Sunday, February 5 will feature the following: the Best Catch Finale, Gridiron Gauntlet, Kick Tack Toe, Move the Chains, and three seven-on-seven non-contact Flag football games between the league’s best players.
See below for additional information on how to watch the 2023 Pro Bowl as well as answers to all of your frequently asked questions.
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Who are the coaches for the 2023 Pro Bowl?
Peyton Manning – Head Coach
Ray Lewis – Defensive Coordinator
Diana Flores – Offensive Coordinator
Eli Manning – Head Coach
Demarcus Ware – Defensive Coordinator
Vanita Krouch – Offensive Coordinator
How will the 2023 Pro Bowl be different from previous editions of the event?
Rather than the traditional tackle football game, this year’s Pro Bowl will debut a skills competition and a non-contact flag football game.
How will scoring work?
According to the NFL, points will be calculated in the following way:
The winning conference of each skill competition earns three points towards their team’s overall score, with 24 total points available across the eight skills events.
The winning conference from each of the first two Flag football games on Sunday will earn six points for their team, for a total of 12 available points.
Points from the skills competitions and first two Flag games will be added together and will be the score at the beginning of the third and final Flag game, which will determine the winning conference for The Pro Bowl Games.
How to watch the 2023 Pro Bowl:
Where: Allegiant Stadium in Paradise, Nevada
When: Thursday, February 2 (7:00 PM ET) and Sunday, February 5 (3:00 PM ET)
TV Channel: ESPN, ABC, and Disney XD
When is Super Bowl 2023?
Super Bowl 2023 takes place on Sunday, February 12 at 6:30 p.m. ET on Fox.
Where is Super Bowl 2023?
Super Bowl 2023 will be contested at State Farm Stadium–home of the Arizona Cardinals– in Glendale, Arizona.
What teams are playing in Super Bowl 2023?
The Philadelphia Eagles will face the Kansas City Chiefs marking the first time since 2017 that both top seeds qualified for the Super Bowl.
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