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BetNow’s Top Bets on the Upcoming Pro Bowl 2021: AFC vs NFC 02/06/2022

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BetNow's Top Bets on the Upcoming Pro Bowl 2021 AFC vs NFC 02-06-2022

AFC vs NFC 02/06/2022 – Before the most awaited Super Bowl game, an exciting NFL Pro Bowl battle will take place between the AFC and NFC. Both teams will kick off from the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada. The NFL AFC vs NFC betting picks are flourishing online as the top players from each conference will battle one last time this season. This is sure to be an entertaining Pro Bowl battle as the AFC comes in with a four-year winning streak. The NFC won their last Pro Bowl game back in 2016.

AFC vs NFC 02/06/2022

When:Sunday, February 6, 3:00 PM ET
Where:Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas, Nevada
TV:ABC
Stream:NFL Game Pass
AFC vs NFC 02/06/2022
TeamSP/RLTOTALML
AFC-1 ( -110 )62.5 o ( -110 )-115
NFC+1 ( -110 )62.5 u ( -110 )-105
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AFC

The AFC performed a solid game last year when Lamar Jackson took the start as their quarterback. Jackson converted 16 of his 23 passing attempts in a span of 185 yards. Jackson contributed two scores in their success. The second quarterback was Deshaun Watson who went 14 for 20 with his passing attempts for 148 yards. Ryan Tannerhill came in third and contributed on TD with one pass in 60 yards. Mark Andrews was the top target for the AFC quarterbacks last year and DJ Clark Jr along with Jack Doyle were the other bright spots on the team.

Players to watch: Justin Hilbert, Patrick Mahomes, Mac Jones, Jonathan Taylor, Tyreek Hill, Mark Andrews, Lamar Jackson, Quenton Nelson.

NFC

The NFC has been struggling to defeat the AFC in the last four years and they hope to bring a change this time. Kirk Cousins took the start last season and completed 13 of his 22 passing attempts in a span of 181 yards with two scores. Drew Brees was sent out next and managed one TD in 95 yards. Russell Wilson contributed one score and 78 passing yards in their defeat. From the receiving end, it was Kenny Galladay who took the lead with 109 yards and three catches. Davante Adams and Michael Thomas were the other notable players.

Players to watch: Kyler Murray, Kirk Cousins, Russell Wilson, Dalvin Cook, Justin Jefferson, George Kittle, Dalvin Cook, Justin Jefferson, Davante Adams.

AFC vs NFC Betting Picks

The NFL Pro Bowl betting picks still remain in favor of the AFC to win this game and cover the spread. The NFC has been struggling off late and some of their top players will not be on their squad in this game. Take the AFC to win with a predicted score of 31-21.