2020 NFL Pro Bowl: Who, what, when and where?
Super Bowl LIV is under 2 weeks away, but before we’ll see 2019’s standout players battle it out.
As the AFC and NFC’s best go head-to-head Lamar Jackson and Deshaun Watson’s youth will come up against the adventure of Aaron Rodgers, Drew Brees and Russell Wilson.
However, what will be the Pro Bowl? Here’s a quick guide on the NFL’s all-star showpiece…
The Pro Bowl pits the best players from the AFC and the NFC against each other within an inaugural matchup.
It was the Pro Bowl was held the week before the Super Bowl, for that which remains a divisive event with all the change designed to heighten interest.
These are voted to the Pro Bowl by coaches, fans and players even involving 2014 and 2016 a process that watched captains hand-pick players was tested by the NFL.
The game has attracted criticism because of its lack of quality screen, often fuelled by approaching with caution to be able to avoid the possibility of injury ahead of their offseason.
Bowl week is that the skills battle, which finds that the players put in exercises into the test.
This includes everything in a relay race to some passing challenge for an always-entertaining game of dodgeball and quarterbacks.
Where? Camping World Stadium, Orlando, Florida When? Sunday, January 26? 8pm, Sky Sports Arena
The AFC team is going to be directed by Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh, although the Seattle Seahawks’ Pete Carroll will coach the NFC team.
The timing of this Pro Bowl means players in the San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs will be Not Able to take part as they prepare to the Super Bowl, which will be live on Sky Sports Action and Sky Sports Main Event from 10pm on Sunday, February 2.
Tyreek Hill, patrick Mahomes, Travis Kelce, Chris Jones, Frank Clark and Mecole Hardman had been selected for the Chiefs, while Nick Bosa, Kyle Juszczyk, George Kittle and Richard Sherman could have been the 49ers’ agents.
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was not voted for the first time since 2008 into the Pro Bowl, although Carolina Panthers linebacker Luke Keuchly will not be involved following his shock retirement at the close of the season.
Watch the best players from the AFC and NFC fight it from the Pro Bowl, live on Sky Sports Arena from 8pm. Watch Super Bowl LIV between Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers live on Sky Sports USA from 10pm on Sunday.