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Las Vegas Raiders fan and Pro Football Hall of Fame member Wayne "The Violator" Mabry poses for photos before the 2022 NFL Pro Bowl at Allegiant Stadium on February 06, 2022 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Las Vegas Raiders fan and Pro Football Hall of Fame member Wayne "The Violator" Mabry poses for photos before the 2022 NFL Pro Bowl at Allegiant Stadium on February 06, 2022 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images via AFP.

It's time to step away from perusing the Super Bowl odds and making your Super Bowl picks. The Pro Bowl takes place on Sunday with a brand-new look. Spice up your experience with our top 2023 Pro Bowl Prop picks and predictions based on the best odds.

This year’s Pro Bowl week has been a showcase of the skill and talents of the league’s best of the best. The festivities end Sunday with another round of competitions concluding in three flag football games which determine the season’s dominant conference.

Among the game's final events are a relay race, a wall pull, and a kicker’s take on Tic-Tac-Toe. We've already been treated to some memorable moments from the week, and Sunday will certainly provide many more. 

Here's a look at the odds for each of the remaining events in the 2023 Pro Bowl Games. These are our best 2023 Prop Bowl Prop Picks for Sunday, Feb. 5; (odds via our best NFL betting sites). 

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Pro Bowl prop picks

Gridiron gauntlet

(odds via DraftKings Sportsbook)

Players from each conference compete in a side-by-side relay race featuring four sets of obstacles each 40-yards long. These include breakaway walls, climbing over walls and under tables, a tire run, and finally a blocking sled with a mounted coach to push across the finish line. The first team to finish the race earns their conference 3 points.     

AFC (-115)NFC (-115)
Joel Bitonio, Cleveland BrownsPenei Sewell, Detroit Lions
Myles Garrett, Cleveland BrownsBrian Burns, Carolina Panthers
Nick Chubb, Cleveland BrownsSaquon Barkley, N.Y. Giants
Cam Heyward, Pittsburgh SteelersTristan Wirfs, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Dion Dawkins, Buffalo BillsCam Jordan, New Orleans Saints


Kickers from both conferences (including punters and long snappers) compete in a modified version of Tic-Tac-Toe. Each team tries to connect three squares in a row, or, hit five squares in total. The first team to do so will be declared the winner and collect 3 points for their conference.

AFC (-135)NFC (-105)
Justin Tucker, Baltimore RavensJason Myers, Seattle Seahawks
AJ Cole, Las Vegas RaidersTress Way, Washington Commanders
Morgan Cox, Tennessee TitansAndrew DePaola, Minnesota Vikings

Move the chains

(odds via DraftKings)

Two teams of five players compete by moving a wall loaded with weights as quickly as possible for 10-yards using first-down chains. Whichever team wins two out of three contests also wins 3 points for their conference. 

AFC (-115)NFC (-115)
Team 1Team 1
Quinnen Williams, N.Y. JetsJonathan Allen, Washington Commanders
Trey Hendrickson, Cincinnati BengalsFrank Ragnow, Detroit Lions
Laremy Tunsil, Houston TexansChris Lindstrom, Atlanta Falcons
Terron Armstead, Miami DolphinsTrent Williams, San Francisco 49ers
Jeffrey Simmons, Tennessee TitansDemarcus Lawrence, Dallas Cowboys
Team 2Team 2
Maxx Crosby, Las Vegas RaidersDexter Lawrence, N.Y. Giants
Rodger Saffold, Buffalo BillsDaron Payne, Washington Commanders
Ben Jones, Tennessee TitansZack Martin, Dallas Cowboys
Mitch Morse, Buffalo BillsElgton Jenkins, Green Bay Packers
Wyatt Teller, Cleveland BrownsTyler Biadasz, Dallas Cowboys

Flag football games #1, #2, &, #3

(odds via DraftKings)

The Pro Bowl finale consists of three separate flag football games. Both conferences compete in a seven-on-seven competition in all three matchups. The first two contests award 3 points to the winning conference. 

Each conference begins the third game with the collective points from their performance in the first two games added to the points they earned from the skills competition. Whoever ends the last contest with the most points is the 2023 NFL Pro Bowl's overall winner.

All three matchups feature the same betting lines for each conference with the AFC juiced slightly more as the favorite.

AFC (-120)NFC (-110)

2023 Pro Bowl FAQs

When will the 2023 Pro Bowl take place?

The 2023 Pro Bowl concludes its festivities on Sunday Feb. 5 at 3 p.m. ET.

Where will the 2023 Pro Bowl take place?

The Pro Bowl is being held at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada.

How to watch the 2023 Pro Bowl

The 2023 Pro Bowl will be broadcasted on ESPN, ABC, and Disney XD, and streamed on ESPN+ as well as FuboTV.

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