NFL Pro Bowl Voting 2022: How and where to vote for this year’s NFL all-star game

What is the voting process for the 2022 NFL Pro Bowl, what is the significance of the vote, and when is the event this season?

The voting for the 2022 NFL Pro Bowl opened on November 16, giving fans their opportunity to help send their favorite players to Las Vegas in February. Fan voting makes up a third of the voting process to determine which 88 players will head to Allegiant Stadium for the game on February 6. Let’s take a look at the voting process and how you can cast your vote for the players you feel deserve their name up in lights.

NFL Pro Bowl Voting for 2022

The voting process for the Pro Bowl is always controversial, and 2022 will be no different. As stated above, the fan votes make up a third of the ballot, with the other two-thirds coming from players and coaches, respectively.

Therefore, fans can have a huge influence on who makes the trip to Vegas. That can lead to players getting voted in based on past performances rather than the current season.

There are also often social media campaigns to get players included, either for the first time or simply due to their popularity.

While it is always controversial, the NFL prides itself on being the only sports league that combines voting by fans, players, and coaches to determine Pro Bowl teams.

How and where can NFL fans vote for the Pro Bowl in 2022?

The voting process for the 2022 NFL Pro Bowl officially opened on November 16 and runs until Thursday, December 16. For that entire time, fans can vote for up to six players per position, as often as they like at nfl.com/pro-bowl/ballot/. There are no restrictions on how often an individual can vote.

Additionally, for the final two weeks of the voting (November 30 – December 16), fans can vote on Twitter. Using the hashtag #ProBowlVote, there are a number of options for fans. They can vote by tweeting the player’s first and last name, tagging the player’s official Twitter handle, or creating a hashtag including the player’s first and last name.

What is the breakdown of positions for the Pro Bowl?

While fans can vote for up to six players, each position will not have that number of players selected. Here is the breakdown of how many players will be selected at each position to make up the 88:

  • Offense: Quarterbacks (6), running backs (6), fullbacks (2), wide receivers (8), tight ends (4), tackles (6), guards (6), and centers (4).
  • Defense: Defensive ends (6), interior linemen (6), outside linebackers (6), inside/middle linebackers (4), cornerbacks (8), safeties (6).
  • Special Teams: Punters (2), placekickers (2), return specialists (2), special teamers (2), long snappers (2).

When is the Pro Bowl, and when are Pro Bowl tickets on sale?

The Pro Bowl will start at 12 PM PT on Sunday, February 6. Fans can buy tickets for the game at Probowl.com starting on November 16. Those tickets will also allow fans special benefits on game day, such as access to the Pro Bowl Red Carpet and other family-friendly activities.

There will also be other events during game week. Some of these events that fans will be able to attend and view include:

  • Pro Bowl Skills Showdown  — will be televised on ESPN
  • East-West Shrine Bowl — will be televised on NFL Network
  • Pro Bowl practice
  • Community Day
  • Play Football Opening Night
  • NFL FLAG Championships

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