With just one week to go until the Super Bowl, the NFL will honor the league's best players in the Pro Bowl. The game will feature many of the most adored players across the league as the AFC and NFC square off.
This will be the 49th Pro Bowl in its current format, and it is set to be hosted in Orlando, Florida at Camping World Stadium. The 2017 Pro Bowl saw Delanie Walker and Von Miller take home MVP honors.
While not everyone is hugely attracted to the Pro Bowl, it's a great way for elite players across the league to come together for a friendly game. Not everyone gives 100 percent, hoping to avoid injury during the exhibition game, but some players still supply some game-breaking hits during the event.
It's not just the game itself that is fun, however, as there is a variety of skills challenges, which star players participate in as they compete against one another in a friendly fashion.
WATCH: Pro Bowl skills showdown‼️— Sky Sports NFL (@SkySportsNFL) January 27, 2019
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The NFL's best battle it out as the NFC and AFC compete in the skills showdown. Highlights here https://t.co/xiPB74TeU3 pic.twitter.com/AdAl8zdMVv
Pat Mahomes is expected to start for the AFC side while Russell Wilson will be given the nod for the NFC after replacing Jared Goff, who will be playing in Super Bowl LIII next Sunday.
How to Live Stream the NFL Pro Bowl
The NFL Pro Bowl will be broadcasted on ESPN and ABC as well as the NFL Network at 3:00 p.m. ET and streaming will be available via WatchESPN and the Watch NFL Network app. Streams will also be available on Reddit's NFL Streaming subreddit.