NFL Pro Bowl 2022: time, TV channel, and how to watch the all-star game online
The best players of the AFC and the NFC are ready to go head-to-head in Las Vegas, Nevada in the 2022 Pro Bowl. Here’s how to watch this all-star game.
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The top talent in the NFL will meet each other in the all-star game in the run-up to the Super Bowl. It will be red vs. blue as the best of the AFC plays against the best of the NFC in the 2022 Pro Bowl in Las Vegas.
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Quarterback Justin Herbert, running back Jonathan Taylor, and wide receiver Tyreek Hill will be starting for the AFC and will be coached by the Tennessee Titans’ Mike Vrabel, while QB Kyler Murray, Dalvin Cook, and Deebo Samuel will be playing for the NFC, coached by the Green Bay Packers’ Matt LeFleur.
Star power doesn't translate to high ratings
The Pro Bowl is a friendly game that does not usually produce a lot of big hits, as teams do not want their best players to end up with injuries. TV ratings for the game are lower than regular season NFL games, because the all-star matchups are not viewed as high-quality.
Despite the seeming lack of interest among fans, being chosen to play is considered an honor and a great achievement for a professional football athlete.
2022 Pro Bowl
Date: Sunday, Feb. 6, 2022
Time: 3:00 p.m. ET / 12:00 p.m. PT
Venue: Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas, Nevada
How to watch
TV: ESPN, ESPN Deportes, ABC
Online: Viewers with a valid ESPN+ account can stream the game on espnplayer.com. If the channel is part of your cable package, you can also stream the Pro Bowl game on WatchESPN.
You can also catch our live text coverage of this year’s all-star game with insightful and entertaining commentary right here on AS USA.
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