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2020 NFL Pro Bowl Betting Preview

The Super Bowl Odds is right around the corner but in the meantime, we’ll be taking a look at the 2020 NFL Pro Bowl. This game aims to pair the best of the best in the NFL in a not-so-serious matchup. So which side will come out on top in 2020?

2020 NFL Pro Bowl Betting Preview

Sunday, January 26th – 3:00 PM ET – Camping World Stadium, Orlando, FL
Betting Line: TBD

Patrick Mahomes #15 of the Kansas City Chiefs celebrates with AFC players at the Pro Bowl. Mahomes will miss out of the 2020 NFL Pro Bowl due to the Super Bowl.
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Today, we’ll take a look at the NFL Pro Bowl where this season’s best and most accomplished players (not in the Super Bowl) will take the field to play for…bragging rights?

To start, let’s take a look at the players at some key offensive and defensive positions.

AFC Offense

Quarterback: Lamar Jackson (BAL), Patrick Mahomes (KC), Deshaun Watson (HOU), and Ryan Tannehill (TEN, replaces Mahomes)

Wide Receiver: DeAndre Hopkins (HOU), Keenan Allen (LAC), Jarvis Landry (CLE), Tyreek Hill (KC), Courtland Sutton (DEN, replaces Hopkins), D.J. Chark (JAC, replaces Hill)

Running Back: Nick Chubb (CLE), Derrick Henry (TEN), Mark Ingram (BAL)

Tight End: Travis Kelce (KC), Mark Andrews (BAL), Jack Doyle (IND, replaces Kelce)

AFC Defense / Special Teams

Defensive End: Joey Bosa (LAC), Frank Clark (KC), Calais Campbell (JAC), Melvin Ingram (LAC, replaces Bosa), Josh Allen (JAC, replaces Clark)

Outside Linebacker: Von Miller (DEN), T.J. Watt (PIT), Matt Judon (BAL)

Cornerback: Stephen Gilmore (NE), Tre’Davious White (BUF), Marcus Peters (BAL), Marlon Humphrey (BAL), Joe Haden (PIT, replaces Peters)

Kicker: Justin Tuck (BAL)

NFC Offense

Quarterback: Russell Wilson (SEA), Drew Brees (NO), Aaron Rodgers (GB), Kirk Cousins (MIN, replaces Rodgers)

Wide Receiver: Julio Jones (ATL), Michael Thomas (NO), Mike Evans (TB), Chris Godwin (TB), Amari Cooper (DAL, replaces Evans), Kenny Golladay (DET, replaces Godwin), Davante Adams (GB, replaces Jones)

Running Back: Dalvin Cook (MIN), Christian McCaffrey (CAR) Ezekiel Elliott (DAL), Alvin Kamara (NO, replaces McCaffrey)

Tight End: George Kittle (SF), Zach Ertz (PHI), Austin Hooper (ATL, replaces Kittle)

It will be up to this unit to get a win at the 2020 NFL Pro Bowl and snap the dominance the AFC has enjoyed.

NFC Defense / Special Teams

Defensive End: Cameron Jordan (NO), Nick Bosa (SF), Danielle Hunter (MIN, replaces Bosa)

Outside Linebacker: Chandler Jones (ARI), Khalil Mack (CHI), Shaquil Barrett (TB), Za’Darius Smith (GB, replaces Mack)

Cornerback: Marshon Lattimore (NO), Richard Sherman (SEA), Darius Slay (DET), Jalen Ramse (LAR), Kyle Fuller (CHI, replaces Ramsey), Xavier Rhodes (MIN, replaces Sherman)

Kicker: Wil Lutz (NO)

Visit nfl.com for the full roster and updates.

John Harbaugh, who led his Baltimore Ravens to an NFL-best 14-2 record will coach the AFC team. Pete Carroll, head coach of the 11-5 Seattle Seahawks will lead the NFC team.

We should see an electrifying performance from the young, enthusiastic, and uber-talented Lamar Jackson. He should feel comfortable as 12 teammates and his head coach will be present on the field. Look for Derrick Henry to get some quality touches.

For the NFC, Russell Wilson will be throwing to a much upgraded receiver corps. Look for Aaron Rodgers to connect with his favorite receiver, Davante Adams for some decent yardage and a possible score.

The Baltimore Ravens (13) had by far the most Pro Bowl selections of any NFL team. The next closest teams were Minnesota and New Orleans who had eight selections a piece.

There will be two teams not represented at this year’s Pro Bowl. The Miami Dolphins (5-11) and New York Giants (4-12) did not receive a Pro Bowl selection.

The 2020 NFL Pro Bowl will be held at Orlando, Florida’s Camping World Stadium this Saturday, January 26 at 3:00pm ET. Log into your BetUS account to bet on the game and visit the BetUS contests page to buy your betting squares for the big game!

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