In recent years, the NFL Pro Bowl game has taken on a different format, with celebrity coaches drafting their players regardless of conference. This was done in an attempt to add a little bit of interest to a game that has become much maligned and in danger of being scrapped altogether. The Pro Bowl is alive and well, and will return to its traditional AFC versus NFC format this coming Sunday, January 29 at 8 PM EST at the Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida. The rosters have been set for a while now, but as is often the case in the week leading up to the game, we are going to have players pulling out, with most of those players likely to be the ones that lost in the conference championship games last weekend. It’s always a tricky wager when playing the Pro Bowl, as you never really know what you are going to get. Sloppy play is common, and, not surprisingly, the scores tend to go on the high side. That trend changed a little in the last three Pro Bowl games, but it’s worth considering if you plan on playing the OVER/UNDER. Let’s take a look at both squads, and make a few NFL betting predictions in the process.
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