Super Bowl 56 may not be until next week, but there is still live football on during the penultimate Sunday of the NFL season.
That would be the 2022 Pro Bowl. The event returns after a one-season hiatus, as the league chose not to play the perennial all-star game in 2021 due to COVID concerns.
But now, the league is bringing its all-star showcase back and bringing it to Las Vegas for the first time. Players like Justin Herbert, Jonathan Taylor and Kyler Murray will be on display as in the exhibition matchup between the AFC and NFC, which often features little defense.
The Pro Bowl may not be the real football that fans crave anymore. But hey, it’s still an opportunity to watch some of the NFL’s best and brightest compete one more time before a lengthy offseason hiatus. People will watch it as a result.
How can you watch the Pro Bowl in 2022? Here’s everything to know about the broadcast of the NFL’s all-star showcase featuring the AFC vs. the NFC.
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The 2022 Pro Bowl will be broadcast nationally on ESPN and ABC. Viewers that have Disney XD will also be able to watch it on that platform — if they so desire.
ESPN’s normal “Monday Night Football” crew of Steve Levy, Brian Griese, Louis Riddick and Lisa Salters will be on the call for the game.
This is the final year that the Pro Bowl will be broadcast on multiple networks. Beginning in 2023, ABC will be the exclusive home of the event.
The Pro Bowl can be streamed using ESPN’s app or website for those with cable subscriptions. Those without cable can use fuboTV, which comes with a free trial, to stream the game.
In Canada, viewers can watch the Pro Bowl with a subscription to DAZN, which includes every NFL game.
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The Pro Bowl will begin at 3 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 6, a week before Super Bowl 56. It will start at 12 p.m. local time in Las Vegas.
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The 2022 Pro Bowl is being held at the home of the Raiders: Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas.
This will mark the first time that the Pro Bowl has been held in Las Vegas. It had been played in Orlando, Fla. each of the last four seasons. Before that, it had been held at Aloha Stadium in Hawaii in 35 of the previous 37 Pro Bowls.
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Colts running back Jonathan Taylor received the most Pro Bowl votes in 2022. Taylor led the league in rushing attempts (332), rushing yards (1,811) and rushing touchdowns (18) during the 2021 season. He was voted Sporting News’ Offensive Player of the Year as a result of his strong campaign.
Below is the rest of the top-10 vote-getters, including three members of the 49ers.

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