NFL Pro Bowl Games

The NFL Pro Bowl Games start on Thursday, February 2, 2023, at 4:00 and ends Sunday, February 5, 2023. Nine total games are being played between Thursday and Sunday. The Pro Bowl Games are a series of challenges played by NFC vs AFC. The games are:

Best Catch (Thursday): The Best Catch is a game where NFL players participating will make highlight reels of them taking pictures at iconic venues in Las Vegas. The winners of the first round will go on to play later in the week.
Participants: NFC- Justin Jefferson (Vikings) Amon Ra St. Brown (Lions)
AFC- Pat Surtain II (Broncos) Stefon Diggs (Bills)

Round 1- Amon Ra St. Brown (87)  Stefon Diggs (74.7)

Round 2- Amon Ra St. Brown (92)  Stefon Diggs (70.3)

Amon Ra St. Brown and the NFC wins

Precision Passing (Thursday): Precision Passing is where participants square off in a one-minute accuracy challenge
Participants: NFC- Kirk Cousins (Vikings) Geno Smith (Seahawks) Jared Goff (Lions)
AFC-Trevor Lawrence (Jaguars) Tyler Huntley (Ravens) Derek Carr (Raiders)
Longest Drive (Thursday): Longest Drive is where participants try to drive a golf ball the farthest.
Participants: NFC- Jonathan Allen (Commanders) Tress Way (Commanders) Daron Payne (Commanders) T.J. Hockenson (Vikings) Za’Darius Smith (Vikings)
AFC- Justin Tucker (Ravens) Jordan Poyer (Bills) C.J. Mosley (Jets) Marlon Humphrey (Ravens) Matt Judon (Patriots)

Jordan Poyer edges out T.J. Hockenson (316 yards) to give AFC the win by getting 320 yards.

Lightning Round (Thursday): The Lightning Round is a three-part challenge. The first round is Splash Catch where duos play water balloon toss. The second round is where players will attempt to catch punts from a JUGS machine. The third round is Thrill of the Spill where the remaining players try to hit a target attached to a bucket that is on top of a coach from the other team. The first team to hit a target wins.
Participants: NFC- Frank Ragnow (Lions) Budda Baker (Cardinals) Chris Lindstrom (Falcons) Brian Burns (Panthers) KaVontae Turpin (Cowboys) Jeremy Reaves (Commanders) Penei Sewell (Lions) Cam Jordan (Saints) Terry McLaurin (Commanders) Fred Warner (49ers) Tristan Wirfs (Buccaneers) Demarcus Lawrence (Cowboys) Talanoa Hufanga (49ers) Quandre Diggs (Seahawks)Dexter Lawrence (Giants) Zack Martin (Cowboys) Tyler Biadasz (Cowboys) Danielle Hunter (Vikings) Trent Williams (49ers) Elgton Jenkins (Packers)
AFC- Quinnen Williams (Jets) Mitch Morse (Bills) Joel Bitonio (Browns) Pat Surtain II (Broncos) Laremy Tunsil (Texans) Ben Jones (Titans) Jamal Agnew (Jaguars) Justin Hardee (Jets) Bradley Chubb (Dolphins) Roger Saffold (Bills) Matt Milano (Bills) Jeffrey Simmons (Titans) Wyatt Teller (Browns) Derrick Henry (Titans) Dion Dawkins (Bills) Patrick Ricard (Ravens) Cam Heyward (Steelers) Trey Hendrickson (Bengals) Terron Armstead (Dolphins) Xavien Howard (Dolphins)

AFC- Splash Catch- Joel Bitonio, Trey Hendrickson, Matt Milano, Patrick Ricard, Roquan Smith, Wyatt Teller move on

Punt from JUGS- Joel Bitonio and  Trey Hendrickson move on

The thrill of Spill- AFC WINS

NFC- Splash Catch- Tyler Biadasz, Talanoa Hufanga, Elgton Jenkins, Cameron Jordan, Zack Martin, Fred Warner move on

Punt from JUGS- Tyler Biadasz and Cameron Jordan more on

The thrill of the Spill- NFC LOSES


Dodgeball (Thursday): Dodgeball will be a multi-round tournament with four teams of five players. Winners of inter-conference games move on to the AFC-NFC final match.
Participants: NFC- OFFENSE: Dalvin Cook (Vikings) CeeDee Lamb (Cowboys) Saquon Barkley (Giants) George Kittle (49ers) Kyle Juszczyk (49ers) Christian McCaffrey (49ers) DEFENSE: Demario Davis (Saints) Jaire Alexander (Packers) Trevon Diggs (Cowboys) Micah Parsons (Cowboys) Jalen Ramsey (Rams) Tariq Woolen (Seahawks)
AFC- OFFENSE: Nick Chubb (Browns) Tyreek Hill (Dolphins) Ja’Marr Chase (Bengals) Josh Jacobs (Raiders) Mark Andrews (Ravens) Dawson Knox (Bills) DEFENSE: Myles Garrett (Browns) Maxx Crosby (Raiders) Sauce Gardner (Jets) Minkah Fitzpatrick (Steelers) Roquan Smith (Ravens) Marlon Humphrey (Ravens)

AFC- AFC defense beats the AFC offense. NFC offense wins

NFC-NFC offense beats NFC defense. NFC offense wins

Kick Tac Toe: Kick Tac Toe is in the title. It is a game where the kicker, punter, and long snapper will compete in a game of Tic Tac Toe while kicking.

Participants: NFC- Jason Myers (Seahawks) Tress Way (Commanders) Andrew DePaola (Vikings)
AFC- Justin Tucker (Ravens) AJ Cole (Raiders) Morgan Cox (Titans)

AFC wins

Flag Football (Sunday): The Flag Football will have three games with NFC and AFC rosters playing a seven-on-seven game with a center who will snap and kneel. The game will be played on a 50-yard field. Scoring: Touchdown- 6 points Conversions- 5 yards: 1 point 10 yards: 2 points. The first two games will be worth six points.
Participants: NFC- QB-Kirk Cousins (Vikings) Geno Smith (Seahawks) Jared Goff (Lions) RB- Dalvin Cook (Vikings) Saquon Barkley (Giants) Christian McCaffery (49ers) Terry McLaurin (Commanders) Justin Jefferson (Vikings) CeeDee Lamb (Cowboys) Amon Ra St. Brown (Lions) TE/FB- T.J. Hockenson (Vikings) George Kittle (49ers) Kyle Juszczyk (49ers) OLB/ILB- Micah Parsons (Cowboys) Danielle Hunter (Vikings) Za’Darious Smith (Vikings) Demario Davis (Saints) Fred Warner (49ers) CB/S Jaire Alexander (Packers) Jalen Ramsey (Rams) Tariq Woolen (Seahawks) Trevon Diggs (Cowboys) Quandre Diggs (Seahawks) Talanoa Hufanga (49ers) Budda Baker (Cardinals) RETURN SPECIALIST- KaVontae Turpin (Cowboys) SPECIAL TEAMS- Jeremy Reaves (Commanders) C- Frank Ragnow (Lions) Tyler Biadasz (Cowboys)
AFC- QB- Derek Carr (Raiders) Trevor Lawrence (Jaguars) Tyler Huntley (Ravens) RB- Nick Chubb (Browns) Josh Jacobs (Raiders) Derrick Henry (Titans) WR- Davante Adams (Raiders) Tyreek Hill (Dolphins) Stefon Diggs (Bills) Ja’Marr Chase (Bengals) TE/FB- Mark Andrews (Ravens) Dawson Knox (Bills) Patrick Ricard (Ravens) OLB/ILB- Matt Judon (Patriots) Matt Milano (Bills) Bradley Chubb (Dolphins) C.J. Mosley (Jets) Roquan Smith (Ravens) CB/S- Pat Surtain II (Broncos) Sauce Gardner (Jets) Xavien Howard (Dolphins) Marlon Humphrey (Ravens) Minkah Fitzpatrick (Steelers) Derwin James (Chargers) Jordan Poyer (Bills) RETURN SPECIALIST- Jamal Agnew (Jaguars) SPECIAL TEAMS- Justin Hardee (Jets) C- Ben Jones (Titans) Mitch Morse (Bills)

Game 1- NFC won 33-27

Game 2- AFC won 18-13

Game 3- NFC won 35-33

Gridiron Gauntlet (Sunday): Gridiron Gauntlet is a relay race that will show players’ speed and agility.
Participants: NFC- Penei Sewell (Lions) Brian Burns (Panthers) Saquon Barkley (Giants) Tristan Wirfs (Buccaneers) Cam Jordan (Saints)
AFC- Joel Bitonio (Browns) Myles Garrett (Browns) Nick Chubb (Browns) Cam Heyward (Steelers) Dion Dawkins (Bills)

NFC Wins

Move the Chains (Sunday): Move the Chains is where two teams from each conference will compete in a best-of-three weighted 10-yard pull.
Participants: NFC- Team 1- Jonathan Allen (Commanders) Frank Ragnow (Lions) Chris Lindstrom (Falcons) Trent Williams (49ers) Demarcus Lawrence (Cowboys) Team 2- Dexter Lawrence (Giants) Daron Payne (Commanders) Zack Martin (Cowboys) Elgton Jenkins (Packers) Tyler Biadasz (Cowboys)
AFC- Team 1- Quinnen Williams (Jets) Trey Hendrickson (Bengals) Laremy Tunsil (Texans) Terron Armstead (Dolphins) Jeffrey Simmons (Titans) Team 2- Maxx Crosby (Raiders) Roger Saffold (Bills) Ben Jones (Titans) Mitch Morse (Bills) Wyatt Teller (Browns)

AFC Wins first found

NFC Wins second round

AFC Wins the tiebreaker to give them the win