2019 NFL Pro Bowl: Date, location, how to watch, live stream, and full updated rosters for AFC and NFC . There’s still a week until Super Bowl LIII (stream it right here on CBSSports), which means there’s only one way to get your NFL fix this weekend, and that’s the Pro Bowl.
How to Watch 2019 Pro Bowl
Date: Jan. 27, 2018
Time: 3 p.m. ET
Where: Camping World Stadium, Orlando, Florida
TV: ABC/ESPN/Disney XD
Announcers: Joe Tessitore, Jason Witten, Booger McFarland and Lisa Salters (Sideline)
For the third straight year, the game will be played in Orlando, which seems to have turned into a home-field advantage for the AFC, which has gone 2-0 in the Pro Bowl since the game was moved from Hawaii to Florida prior to the 2016 season,
The Pro Bowl is now basically a week-long celebration, and things got off to a wild start on Thursday with the annual skills challenge, where Adam Thielen proved that he’s pretty much good at everything. The Vikings receiver stole the show by scoring more points than Andrew Luck in the precision passing challenge, and then he proceeded to help the NFC dominate the AFC in dodgeball. You.
Although nearly every team will be represented on Sunday, two teams that won’t have any players on the field are the Patriots or the Rams. With New England and Los Angeles both playing in the Super Bowl, the NFL had to replace players from both teams for the Pro Bowl.
Here’s how you can watch the game, and below that, you’ll be able to see the full roster for each team.