Pro Bowl 2023, live: Schedule and where to watch today on TV; format, Flag Football and NFL awards

We are days away from being able to enjoy the 57th edition of the Super Bowl between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Philadelphia Eagles. However, this weekend we will have a great horseshoe, with the celebration of the Pro Bowl, an event that brings together the best players of the NFL season.

For this 2023, the Pro Bowl is reinvented, and now presents a new format, with the intention of making it more dynamic for players and fans, in addition to avoiding injuries among the elements of the teams.

The so-called Pro Bowl Games now replace the duel between the representatives of the AFC (American Conference) and the NFC (National Conference), although it will still be a competition between both confederations. Its celebration is taking place since last Thursday, February 2, and this Sunday will see its closing with the Flag Football match, traditionally called ‘Tocho Banderas.

Here is a list of Pro Bowl Games skill tests

Epic Pro Bowl Dodgeball: Known as burned or prisoner ball.
Lightning Round: Launching water balloons, receiving clearances, and precision testing.
Longest Drive: Golf competition.
Precision Passing: Precision of QB passes.
Best Catch: Reception of passes.
Gridiron Gauntlet: Obstacle course.
Kick Tac Toe: The game ‘Cat’ or ‘Three in line’, but with balls thrown by kickers.
Move The Chains: Test of strength.
Flag football: Three matches of flag football, or billet flag

When and where is the 2023 NFL Pro Bowl played?
The Pro Bowl Games 2023 are held at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, from Thursday, February 2 to Sunday, February 5. Same that start at 2:00 p.m., central Mexico time.

What is flag football and how is it played?
Flag Football is very similar to an American football game, with the difference that in this discipline you can not tackle. Each player carries 3 flags on his belt, and when an opponent takes one away while he has the ball, that’s where the play ends. It should be mentioned that in this type of duel, there are fewer players on each team.

Where to watch the Pro Bowl 2023 on TV and online?
The Pro Bowl Games 2023 can be enjoyed through the signal of ESPN and Star +.

How much money do NFL players make for the Pro Bowl 2023?
The players in the winning squad take $80,000, while the losers keep $40,000.

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