2022 AFC vs. NFC Pro Bowl Betting Odds, Preview & Picks (02/06/2022)

2022 AFC vs. NFC Pro Bowl Betting Odds, Preview & Picks (02-06-2022)

At the onset of any Pro Bowl is the question, “Why even bother?” Pro football’s All-Star game has often been a farce in recent years. Correlate how the players are looking to avoid injuries above all else. And that the Pro Bowl rules are designed to prevent serious risks to players. Many fans and gamblers consider the game a flag football contest with the NFL odds. Yet the Pro Bowl endures. Despite all of the Pro Bowl bashing, it remains a top draw for TV ratings and betting handles.

2022 AFC vs. NFC Pro Bowl Betting Information

Date and Time:Sunday, February 6, 2022, 3 p.m. ET
Location:Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas, Nevada
TV Coverage:ABC and ESPN+
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2022 Pro Bowl SBG Odds Overview

Gambling interest in the Pro Bowl is expected to be much higher than in recent editions. Cause by this year’s game being held in Las Vegas for the first time. Handicapping the Pro Bowl is always a great sportsbook challenge. Lineups are often unknown until kickoff. And then, there are the endless questions of playing time and motivation for each player.

For all of that, gamblers have taken to live in-game betting and player props for the Pro Bowl. Live betting allows bettors a greater feel for the game’s ebbs and flows. And then props allow betting action on individual players’ statistics rather than guess which team will play better.

Next week is the Super Bowl. Therefore, none of the All-Stars from the Bengals and Rams will be on hand. Including top receivers Cooper Kupp and Ja’Marr Chase.

AFC Team Overview

Tennessee Titans head coach Mike Vrabel will coach the AFC squad. First among the AFC quarterbacks is Justin Herbert of the Los Angeles Chargers. Herbert emerged as a top NFL star as a 2020 rookie and advanced to the next level of play this season.

Also on the roster is Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes. Mahomes is coming off the biggest disappointment of his career last week in the AFC Championship Game loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. However, Mahomes will get help from fellow Chiefs All-Stars Orlando Brown Jr, Tyreek Hill, and Travis Kelce. Also, from the Chiefs is strong safety Tyrann Mathieu, who may leave Kansas City this spring due to salary cap issues.

And then Indianapolis Colts running back Jonathan Taylor will be the starter at that position. Taylor has proven to be the anchor of the Colts’ offense and an astute draft pick in 2020.

NFC Team Overview

Green Bay Packers head coach Matt LaFleur will lead the NFC squad. LaFleur’s Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers is expected to miss the Pro Bowl. Despite being voted in as the starting NFC quarterback. Yet another Packer, wide receiver Davante Adams, is skipping the game too. Adams is one of the dominant receivers in the NFL and Rodgers’ favorite target.

In like manner to Rodgers, Tom Brady will not participate in the Pro Bowl. That leaves Kyler Murray of the Arizona Cardinals as the probable starter.

San Francisco will bring George Kittle, Deebo Samuel, and Trent Williams to the offensive lineup. Defensively the 49ers were to lend the NFC NFL betting odds help with dominant defensive end Nick Bosa. However, Bosa is a late scratch.

2022 Pro Bowl SBG Best Bet: Over the Total.