Online Football Betting Breaks down the 2018 Pro Bowl

Posted by: Mike Davis
2018 Pro Bowl Betting

Now that the conference championship round is in the bag, online football betting players can begin to look ahead to this year’s Pro Bowl. In fact, the 2018 Pro Bowl will follow in the footsteps of last year’s festivities, which looked to set itself apart from Pro Bowls of the past. On account of the fact that the NFL was having a hard time pulling in viewers for the Pro Bowl so they decided to mix things up. With that in mind, let’s go over some basic info for this year’s Pro Bowl before looking at each conference’s lineup.

2018 Pro Bowl – NFC vs. AFC – Sunday, January 28th

When: 3:00 pm ET

Where: Camping World Stadium, Orlando, Florida


Stream: Watch ESPN, ABC Sports

Online Football Betting Lines:



The NFL parlay odds have yet to be released. However, considering how tough the NFC was this season, it wouldn’t be surprising to see them get the nod. Nevertheless, the AFC won the show last season and it wouldn’t be surprising to see them pull in another victory.

Die hard online football betting fans will recall the subtle changes the Pro Bowl underwent last season. Specifically, the event was moved from Hawaii to Florida and was focused more on smaller, more celebratory activities than just one exhibition match.  Additionally, fans got to see their favorite players compete in dodge ball mini-games and things of the sort. All in all, the change was welcomed as most fans enjoyed the light-hearted fun and not to mention, some good odds to bet on.

As an illustration, let’s take a look at which players sportsbook fans can expect to see at the 2018 Pro Bowl. Also, keep in mind that some players will not attend and will be replaced . You can get a complete look at the changes here.

AFC Lineup


Wide Receiver: Steelers’ Antonio Brown, Texans’ DeAndre Hopkins, Bengals’ AJ Green, Chargers’ Keenan Allen

Tackle: Steelers’ Alejandro Villanueva, Titans’ Taylor Lewan, Raiders’ Donald Penn

Guard: Raiders’ Kelechi Osemele, Steelers’ David DeCastro, Bills’ Richie Incognito

Center: Steelers’ Maurkice Pouncey, Raiders’ Rodney Hudson

Tight End: Chiefs’ Travis Kelce, Patriots’ Rob Gronkowski

Quarterback: Patriots’ Tom Brady, Chargers’ Phillip Rivers, Steelers’ Ben Roethlisberger

Running Back: Steelers’ Le’Veon Bell, Chiefs’ Kareem Hunt, Bills’ LeSean McCoy

Fullback:  Patriots’ James Develin


Defensive Ends: Chargers’ Joey Bosa, Jaguars’ Calias Campbell, Raiders’ Khalil Mack

Interior Lineman: Bengals’ Geno Atkins, Titans’ Jurrell Casey, Jaguars’ Malik Jackson

Outside Linebacker: Broncos’ Von Miller, Texans’ Jadeveon Clowney, Ravens’ Terell Suggs

Inside/Middle Linebacker: Ravens’ CJ Mosley, Steelers’ Ryan Shazier

Cornerback: Jaguars’ AJ Bouye, Jaguars’ Jalen Ramsey, Broncos’ Aqib Talib, Chargers’ Casey Hayward

Safeties: Ravens’ Eric Weddle, Dolphins’ Reshad Jones, Bills’ Micah Hyde

Special Teams

Punter: Titans’ Brett Kern

Kicker: Steelers’ Chris Boswell

Return: Chiefs’ Tyreek Hill

Additional: Patriots’ Matthew Slater

NFC Lineup


Wide Receivers: Falcons’ Julio Jones, Vikings’ Adam Thielen, Saints’ Michael Thomas, Cardinals’ Larry Fitzgerald

Tackle: Cowboys’ Tyron Smith, Redskins’ Trent Williams, Eagles’ Lane Johnson

Guard: Cowboys’ Zack Martin, Eagles’ Brandon Brooks, Redskins’ Brandon Scherff

Center: Falcons’ Alex Mack, Cowboys’ Travis Frederick

Tight End: Eagles’ Zach Ertz, Seahawks’ Jimmy Graham

Quarterback: Eagles’ Carson Wentz, Seahawks’ Russell Wilson, Saints’ Drew Brees

Running back: Rams’ Todd Gurley, Saints’ Alvin Kamara, Saints’ Mark Ingram

Fullback: 49ers’ Kyle Juszczyk


Defensive End: Vikings’ Everson Griffen, Cowboys’ Demarcus Lawrence, Saints’ Cameron Jordan

Interior Linemen: Eagles’ Fletcher Cox, Rams’ Aaron Donald, Buccaneers’ Gerald McCoy

Outside Linebacker: Cardinals’ Chandler Jones, Redskins’ Ryan Kerrigan, Vikings’ Anthony Barr

Inside/Middle Linebacker: Panthers’ Luke Kuechly, Seahawks’ Bobby Wagner

Cornerback: Vikings’ Xavier Rhodes, Cardinals’ Patrick Peterson, Saints’ Marshon Lattimore, Lions’ Darius Slay

Safeties: Seahawks’ Earl Thomas, Giants’ Landon Collins, Eagles’ Malcolm Jenkins

Special Teams

Punter: Rams’ Johnny Hekker

Kicker: Rams’ Greg Zuerlein

Return: Rams’ Pharoh Cooper

Additional: Cardinals’ Budda Baker

As can be seen, the Pittsburgh Steelers took the cake in Pro Bowl selections. Overall, the Steelers lead the league with a total of 8 Pro Bowl selections. Unsurprisingly, Ben Roethlisberger, Le’Veon Bell, and Antonio Brown all made the cut as well as linebacker Ryan Shazier. Similarly, the Philadelphia Eagles and New Orleans Saints came behind the Steelers with a total of 6 Pro Bowl selections. Notwithstanding those awesome feats, there were several teams without a Pro Bowl selection this year. So, the Green Bay Packers, Indianapolis Colts, New York Jets, Cleveland Browns and Chicago Bears were all a part of that shameful list. Although, some teams, like the Packers, have had players called up as replacements.