AFC vs NFC live streaming Free Online NFL Pro Bowl Sunday 27 January 2019, NFL online live with HD quality on PC, Laptop, iPhone, Ipad and Android over the Internet. It’s Will be kick of at Camping World Stadium, Orlando, Florida, United States, Time 03:00 PM (ET) broadcast on NFL Network, CBS, Fox Sports, NBC, ESPN and and Online.
The Pro Bowl gets plenty of grief for not being that entertaining, but hard-core bettors will still be hanging on every play as many of the top players from the AFC and NFC do battle this Sunday afternoon at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida. The AFC took a 23-22 lead in the all-time series with last year’s thrilling 24-23 victory and have been moved to a pick ’em against an NFC team that is looking for its first win since 2013. Even with the standard rash of declined invitations and players ineligible due to their spot in the Super Bowl, there will be plenty of talent on both sides of the field in this one.
The past two Pro Bowl opening quarters have been low-scoring affairs, with the teams playing a scoreless opening 15 minutes in 2017 and the NFC carrying a 7-3 lead into the second quarter last season. With defensive players taking this game more seriously than they did in the high-scoring games of the early-2010s, the burden for moving the football early on will almost certainly fall on each side’s running backs – and the NFC has a huge advantage in that regard, with Ezekiel Elliott, Saquon Barkley and Alvin Kamara expected to share the load. Look for the NFC to get on the board first in this one.
While most players won’t be taking this year-end event all that seriously, there’s at least one guy who will probably have a little fun out there. Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes was bounced from the postseason last week by Tom Brady and the New England Patriots, and will almost assuredly be looking to end his sensational season on a high note. In addition to throwing for more than 5,000 yards and 50 touchdowns in his first full season as a starter, Mahomes’ flamboyant approach and dazzling pass arsenal was made for this game. Look for him to lead the AFC to a slim halftime lead.
Touchdown props are dart throws more often than not – but given what we’ve seen from the previous two Pro Bowl games, bettors must feel better about narrowing down the potential range of options. The 2017 game saw the AFC score two touchdowns while the NFC managed just one; a year later, the AFC reached the end zone three times, while the NFC scored a pair of TDs. And while there’s plenty of star power on both rosters, we don’t see the touchdown count climbing too high. We’re capping both teams at three TDs – and those props are lucrative enough to warrant taking both.
The Pro Bowl used to produce some incredible offensive displays; from 2010 to 2013, no game produced fewer than 75 combined points, culminating in the AFC’s 59-41 win over the NFC in January 2013 – the second highest-scoring Pro Bowl in history. But the past two Pro Bowls have been lower-scoring affairs, and this year’s total doesn’t quite adjust for the dramatic scoring shift. And even with the wealth of talent on both sides, there’s a good chance that both teams play cautiously enough – nobody wants to get hurt at the Pro Bowl, after all – to convert another Under.
Team connections mean something in a game like this, where every edge is significant due to a lack of tangible historical trends. And the AFC has a high-powered tandem that could do some major damage in this one: Mahomes and Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill were one of the most dangerous QB-WR duos in the league this past season, with Hill racking up nearly 1,500 receiving yards and 12 touchdowns. The AFC pass attack overall is superior to what the NFC will trot out, and with both teams likely to open things up late, we like the AFC to prevail here.
The AFC has won both of the games since the league went back to the AFC-NFC Format in 2016. The AFC held on for a 24-23 victory a season ago at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida. The NFC now trails the AFC in terms of total head to head by a total of 23-22.
The AFC offense will be led by Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes. Mahomes became just the third QB in NFL history to throw for more than 5,000 yards and 50 touchdowns in a single season. Linebacker T.J. Watt will anchor the Steelers defense. Watt had 13 sacks this season and forced six fumbles for the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The NFC offense will be led by running backs Saquon Barkley and Ezekiel Elliott. The duo combined for more than 2,700 rushing yards and 17 touchdowns this season, and they will see plenty of action in this game. Chicago Bears safety Eddie Jackson had six interceptions during the 2018 regular season and will lead a talented NFC defense.
It is always hard to predict how an exhibition game is going to go, but these rosters don’t seem equal to me. The AFC is without several of their top playmakers, while the NFC team has the two best running backs in the NFL. There won’t be much defense played in the Pro Bowl, and the NFC offense should take advantage. It is time for the NFC to snap the losing streak and get a blowout win. Bet the NFC -1.0 over the AFC in the Pro Bowl.