AFC Conference versus NFC Conference NFL Pro Bowl Football Betting Preview

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The Pro Bowl kicks off Sunday January 27th as the AFC Conference will face the NFC Conference in exhibition NFL pro football. The AFC and NFC conference all pros will begin from Hawaii at 8PM Eastern Time and NBC will carry the broadcast over national television.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has this game lined as a pick with an over under line of 83 ½ points.

The NFL has not guaranteed more Pro Bowls after this one. Viewers could be taking in history as there is a good possibility that the Pro Bowl game will be not be played anymore. The NFL was not happy with the quality of play last year and will give the players a one last shot at redemption. The Players Union responded by saying that its members will ensure good quality of play this Pro Bowl.

The AFC conference will start Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning at quarterback. In relief of Manning will be Matt Schaub from Houston and rookie Andrew Luck from Indianapolis Colts. It should be interesting to see Manning and Luck together on the same sideline. Texans running back Arian Foster will get the start in the backfield. Jamaal Charles from the Kansas City Chiefs as well as C.J. Spiller from Buffalo will see time at the running back position. Out wide starting for the AFC will be A.J. Green out of Cincinnati along with Andre Johnson from the Houston Texans. Reggie Wayne from Indianapolis Colts along with Demaryius Thomas from Denver Broncos will see action at the wide receiver position.

On the NFC side it will be Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers under center. Seeing time at the quarterback position will be Matt Ryan from Atlanta Falcons as well as New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees. At the running back position will be Vikings Adrian Peterson along with Marshawn Lynch from Seattle and Doug Martin the talented rookie from Tampa Bay. New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz will start alongside Julio Jones from the Atlanta Falcons. Seeing time at the wide out position will be Larry Fitzgerald from the Cardinals as well as Vincent Jackson from the Buccaneers.

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