With the NFL playoffs being well under way, the season has come to an end for now over half of the teams in the league. Despite this, there is still a way that fans can potentially watch their favorite players before the regular season starts back up. The NFC is bringing the heat in this year’s Pro Bowl with a star studded roster. This year, the league made some modifications to how the weekend will be run. First, instead of it just being known as the Pro Bowl, the NFL is looking to rebrand to the Pro Bowl Games. The league has partnered with Peyton Manning’s media company to get some more eyes on the event. With it now being the Pro Bowl games, less attention will be put on the Pro Bowl game which has been transformed into a touch football game. There will also be other events that Pro Bowlers will compete in. We will break down those from the NFC who made the Pro Bowl roster and break down some of the highlights from the team.
NFC Pro Bowl Roster
Fullback: Kyle Juszczyk, San Francisco 49ers
Free Saftey: Quandre Diggs, Seattle Seahawks
Long Snapper: Andrew DePaola, Minnesota Vikings
Punter: Tress Way, Washington Commanders
Kicker: Jason Meyers, Seattle Seahawks
Return Specialist: KaVontae Turpin, Dallas Cowboys
Special Teamer: Jermy Reaves, Washington Commanders
Highlights From the NFC Pro Bowl Roster
There were some teams that rose above the rest in terms of players selected to the Pro Bowl this season. Not shockingly, the Philadelphia Eagles led the conference in Pro Bowl selections with eight of their players being named to the team. Other NFC teams that were close on their tail were the Dallas Cowboys with six selections, the San Francisco 49ers who also had six selections, and the Minnesota Vikings who came in with five players heading to the Pro Bowl.