While the world chants the clash of the AFC All-Pros against NFC All-Pros this Sunday, January 26 for the Pro Bowl 2020, the Chiefs and the 49ers will have their squad on the bench preparing for the Super Bowl on February 2.
Since the NFL changed its drafted Free-For-All (2013- 2015) game 4 years ago, the Pro Bowl will have the 4th AFC vs NFC pros clash this season since its return in 2016, at Camping World Stadium which already hosted earlier 3 Pro Bowls in a row.
When And Where To Watch AFC All-Pros Vs NFC All-Pros Free Stream?
|When Is Kick-Off?||January 26, Sunday|
|What Time Is Kick-Off?||3:00 PM (ET)|
|Where Is it Being Played?||Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida|
|ABC, ESPN, WatchESPN|
Where To Watch AFC All-Pros Vs NFC All-Pros Live Score?
AFC All-Pros Vs NFC All-Pros live score will be available here.
Pro-Bowl Win History
The NFL changed rules to return AFC vs NFC Pro Bowl again in the 2016 season following 3 years hiatus (had Unconference Pro Bowls from 2013 to 2015).
With the AFC’s victory in the 2017 Pro Bowl (on January 29, 2017, 2016 season), they tied the series with 22-22. However, after consecutive wins in the 2018 Pro Bowl (2017 Season) & 2019 Bowl (2018 Season), the AFC leads with 24 against 22 of NFC.
Lineups (Note: Rosters Subject To Change)
The Ravens’ coach John Harbaugh and staffs lead the AFC team with Terrell Davis and Bruce Smith serving as captains while the NFC team is led by Seahawks, with Pete Carroll as head coach while Michael Vick and Darrell Green are on the captainship.
|AFC All-Pro (Starter)||NFC All-Pro (Starter)|
Lamar Jackson (QB)- Ravens
Keenan Allen (WR)- Chargers
Ronnie Stanley (OT)- Ravens
Laremy Tunsil (OT)- Texans
Marshal Yanda (OG)- Ravens
Quenton Nelson (OG)- Colts
Nick Chubb (RB)- Browns
Patrick Ricard (FB)- Ravens
Russell Wilson (QB)- Seahawks
Julio Jones (WR)- Falcons
Michael Thomas (WR)- Saints
David Bakhtiari (OT)- Packers
Tyron Smith (OT)- Cowboys
Zack Martin (OG)- Cowboys
Jason Kelce (C)- Eagles
Dalvin Cook (RB)- Vikings
Kyle Juszczyk (FB)- 49ers