Free Pro Bowl Prediction: NFC vs. AFC NFL Odds
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NFL Handicapping: 2020 Pro Bowl
(0-0) NFC vs. AFC (0-0)
Date: Sunday, January 26th, 2020
Time: 3:00 PM
Venue: World Camping Stadium, Orlando, Florida
Pro ATS Betting Lines: NFC -1
Pro Bowl Moneyline Odds: OFF
Pro Bowl Betting Total: 51
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The annual Pro Bowl will kick off one week from the big game and will see the AFC and NFC conferences square off.
The AFC has had more success as of late, winning three Pro Bowls in a row. Last year, they held the NFC to 7 points in a 26-7 win.
The NFC will be stacked this year at quarterback and Russell Willson was voted by the fans to be the starter. Behind him is Drew Brees an Aaron Rodgers. Dalvin Cook will start at running back and we know what he was able to do, picking up 1,135 yards on the ground in the regular season. He had a two touchdown performance in the Wild-Card round before being shut down by the 49ers.
At wide receiver, Julio Jones and Michael Thomas will get the start, each racking up more than 1,300 yards this year. Actually all the wide receivers are from the NFC South, as the backups are Chris Godwin and Mike Evans.
Some notable defensive players are Aaron Donald, defensive lineman from the Rams. Donald had 12.5 sacks this season. Cameron Jordan, from the Saints, will be at defensive end. Nick Bosa was originally a starter, but will be replaced.
At outside linebacker, the NFC will have Chandler Jones and Khalil Mack as their starters. Inside linebacker will see Bobby Wagner as the starter.
In the secondary, Marshon Lattimore will start at corner. Originally a starter, Richard Sherman will also be replaced. For their backups, Darius Slay and Jalen Ramsey will fill that role.
Budda Baker will be the free safety and Harrison Smith will start at strong safety.
The NFC has plenty of talent and they should be able to score plenty of points with their offensive weapons. The only problem is how are they going to contain Lamar Jackson.
The AFC is just as stacked and to no surprise, Lamar Jackson was voted to be the starting quarterback. Ryan Tannehill will replace Patrick Mahomes and Deshaun Watson will round up the AFC quarterbacks.
Nick Chubb will be the starting running back. He rushed for 1,494 yards this season. Backing him up is Derrick Henry, who had a monster postseason until the AFC Championship.
At wide receiver, DeAndre Hopkins and Keenan Allen will get the start. Jarvis Landry will be a backup and DJ Chark will replace Tyreek Hill.
Jack Doyle has also been selected to replace Travis Kelce.
On defense, the AFC will have Joey Bosa at defensive end. Josh Allen will replace Frank Clark. Cameron Heyward will start at defensive line and Jurrell Casey will replace Chris Jones.
Outside linebacker will have Von Miller and T.J. Watt as the starters. For inside linebacker, Darius Leonard will be the go to guy.
Stephon Gilmore and Tre’Davious White will both start at corner. Minkah Fitzpatrick is the free safety and Jamal Adams will be the strong safety.
I look for the combo of Lamar Jackson, Nick Chubb and Derrick Henry to be the difference in this game.
NFL Betting Trends:
- NFC is 1-4 in their last 5 meetings with the AFC
4* Free Pro Bowl Prediction: AFC +1
This is really not a game to bet on. It is basically an All-Star game, so these players are not going to care that much, especially some of the guys who missed out on playing in the Super Bowl. If you have to do something in this game, I would take the AFC because Lamar Jackson is not going to be slowed down.
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