What time is the 2022 Pro Bowl on today?

    The NFL Pro Bowl kicks off today in Las Vegas. What time is the Pro Bowl? PFN has you covered with everything you need to know.

    With an action-packed postseason of 14 teams being parsed down to just two, the NFL takes a two-week pause in between Conference Championship Weekend and the Super Bowl. In the meantime, fans get to watch the best from each conference go head to head in the 2022 NFL Pro Bowl. So what time is the Pro Bowl today? Keep reading below for the start time, channel, and live stream options for the 2022 NFL Pro Bowl.

    What time is the Pro Bowl?

    • Channel: ESPN, ABC
    • Start time: 3 PM ET
    • Live stream:
      • ESPN App
      • Sling
      • Hulu + Live TV
      • fuboTV
      • YouTube TV
      • NFL Mobile App

    What to expect from today’s Pro Bowl?

    The NFL announced this week that there will be no kickoffs in the 2022 Pro Bowl. Instead, the NFL will implement the “spot and choose” method for the conference’s all-star teams at the coin toss.

    The new ideology plays out as follows: Instead of winning a coin toss to receive or defer, the coin toss winner will choose between spotting the ball anywhere on the field with direction or choosing between playing offense or defense. However, no matter what the coin toss winner chooses to pick, the team spotting the ball must do so before there’s a determination of who is playing offense and defense.

    Recent rule tweaks are coming around for a second time

    The NFL will also continue with two previous rule changes made before the 2020 Pro Bowl. Most notably, an intriguing change to procedures following a successful field goal or extra-point attempt. With no kickoffs following the completed try, the “kicking team” has the option of either giving the “receiving team” the ball back at their 25-yard line in a change of possession.

    Conversely, the “kicking team” has the option of attempting a fourth-and-15 from their own 25-yard line. A successful conversion and they maintain possession, fail to gain 15 yards, and their opponent takes over at the dead-ball spot. The NFL will have the clock start on the refs signal following an incomplete pass outside of the first half’s final two minutes and the second half’s final five minutes in the 2022 Pro Bowl.

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