better way to end a long, grueling season than an excuse to play
football in some warm, sunny location surrounded by sexy NFL cheerleaders?
Traditionally preceding the Super
Bowl by a week, the 2018 Pro Bowl will be played at Camping World Stadium in Orlando on Sunday, January 28, 2018 and televised live on ESPN and simulcast on ABC beginning at 3PM ET.
This year marks the first time the Pro Bowl will air on both cable and broadcast networks.
The 2018 Pro Bowl will follow the traditional AFC versus NFC match-us with 88 of the best NFL players doing battle as determined by a consensus of votes by fans, players, and coaches.
Watch as the usual suspects are expected to appear on the roster including Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers, Ben Roethlisberger, Rob "The Gronk" Gronkowski, and lots more playing before a sellout crowd and millions of TV viewers.
Although some fans think of the Pro Bowl as just an excuse to horse around on the field, in some years that is definitely not the case as players sometimes see it as a final grudge match to settle old scores. Usually, though, Pro Bowl is played as an end-of-season romp -- just for laughs.
But, hey, you never know what's about to happen at the Pro Bowl!
2018 Pro Bowl official roster
More about Pro Bowl 2018 around the Web:
Events: Pro Bowl - The official site with the latest news, ticket and travel package information, player profiles & interviews,
photos, video highlights, complete AFC and NFC rosters, plus game recaps with play by play, stats.
Bowl - Wikipedia - Complete overview with historical facts, information on memorable games & plays, notable Pro Bowl
selections, related stats, photos, references & resources.