The highly anticipated Pro Bowl is finally here! This annual event brings together the best players from the NFL to showcase their skills and compete against each other in a fun and entertaining game.
Fans from all over the world will come to watch their favorite players as they represent their conference, either AFC or NFC. The Pro Bowl is an opportunity for players to put aside their rivalry and come together to play the sport they love while having a bit of fun.
With this year’s roster of talented players, the Pro Bowl promises to be one of the most exciting games of the year. Whether you’re a die-hard football fan or just looking for some fun entertainment, the Pro Bowl is the event to watch!
Where is the 2023 Pro Bowl?
Although the Pro Bowl was once annually held in Hawaii, the game has since moved around to various cities. This year, the Pro Bowl is being hosted at Allegiant Stadium in Paradise, Nevada, home of the Las Vegas Raiders.
What time is the Pro Bowl today? (February 5)
- Date: Sunday, Feb. 5, 2023
- Time: 3:00 p.m. ET
If you’re looking to enjoy the Pro Bowl this Sunday, you should know the game will not be airing in primetime. Instead, the game will be coming fans’ way in the early afternoon with kickoff scheduled for 3 p.m. ET. The game is expected to last approximately three hours and finish around 6 p.m. ET.
What channel is the Pro Bowl on today? (February 5)
- TV Channel: ESPN, ABC, Disney XD, and ESPN+.
- Announcers: Kirk Herbstreit and Pat McAfee
This year, there are a number of ways to enjoy the Pro Bowl which will be broadcast on three Disney-owned stations as well as its streaming platform. Fans without cable will want to turn to their local ABC affiliate, while those with cable can choose between ESPN, ABC, or Disney XD.
Who are the coaches for the 2023 Pro Bowl?
This year, instead of turning to current NFL Head Coaches to coach the AFC and NFC teams in the Pro Bowl, the NFL has instead tapped a pair of NFL Legends to coach the teams. Coaching the AFC team is two-time Super Bowl winner and Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback Peyton Manning. He’ll be facing off against his brother Eli Manning, a fellow two-time Super Bowl-winning quarterback, who will be coaching the NFC.
Peyton will be accompanied by fellow Hall of Famer Ray Lewis (defensive coordinator) and Mexico Women’s Flag National Team member Diana Flores (offensive coordinator) with Snoop Dogg serving as AFC team captain. Eli, meanwhile, will be joined by Super Bowl champ DeMarcus Ware (defensive coordinator) and U.S. Women’s Flag National Team member Vanita Krouch (offensive coordinator) with Pete Davidson serving as NFC team captain.
Pro Bowl live stream (how to watch the Pro Bowl online)
If you’re hoping to catch today’s Pro Bowl game, you can watch the game on your local ABC affiliate, ESPN, Disney XD, or via ESPN+ which is the streaming home for the game.
If you don’t happen to have cable but want to watch today’s game, you’ve got a few options to choose from. You can watch the Pro Bowl on the ESPN+ app, or any other streaming platform that offers the channel ABC, ESPN, and Disney XD. This includes FuboTV, Sling TV, Hulu + LiveTV, DIRECTV STREAM, or any other platform that has the network available to watch live.