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Pro Bowl Odds for February 4; Gridiron Gauntlet, Move the Chains & Flag Football Picks

Brady Trettenero

by Brady Trettenero in NFL Football

Updated Feb 3, 2024 · 5:37 PM PST

A general overall view of Camping World Stadium
Feb 2, 2024; Orlando, FL, USA; A general overall view of Camping World Stadium, the site of the 2024 Pro Bowl Games. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
  • Pro Bowl odds are available for events on Sunday, February 4th
  • Bettors can wager on the Gridiron Gauntlet, Kick Tac Toe and more
  • Below, see our picks and predictions for the Pro Bowl on Sunday

88 of the NFL’s top players from the AFC and NFC rosters are currently showcasing football and non-football skills in a variety of unique Pro Bowl competitions. The NFC currently leads the AFC 12-6 heading into Sunday’s action.

The Pro Bowl has moved away from the traditional tackle football game and now features various skills competitions between AFC and NFC players, culminating in a flag football game. Odds are available for the Pro Bowl events on Sunday, including Kick Tac Toe. Gridiron Gauntlet, Move the Chains, Madden NFL Head-to-Head, and the aforementioned flag football.

Let’s dive into the Pro Bowl odds for Sunday, and offer you our picks and predictions.

Pro Bowl Picks & Events February 4

Event AFC Odds NFC Odds Date
Kick Tac Toe -110 -110 Feb. 4
Move the Chains -110 -110 Feb. 4
Gridiron Gauntlet -110 -110 Feb. 4
Madden NFL Head-to-Head -110 -110 Feb. 4
Tug-of-War -110 -110 Feb. 4
Flag football -110 -110 Feb. 4


Odds as of February 3rd at DraftKings Sportsbook.

For other odds related to Super Bowl 58 take a look at our Super Bowl betting apps page. 

How to Watch the Pro Bowl

The Pro Bowl will be broadcast on ESPN and ABC. Coverage starts at 3 PM ET/ 12 PM PT. If you have a cable subscription, you can watch the game on either ESPN or your local ABC station. You can also stream it on the ESPN app or ABC app by logging in with your cable provider credentials.

Don’t have cable? No problem. The game can be streamed on services like DirecTV Stream, FuboTV, YouTube TV, Hulu + Live TV, and Sling TV (with the Orange/Blue package). Most services offer free trials if you want to sign up just to watch the Pro Bowl. Another option is to stream the game on ESPN+. An ESPN+ subscription costs $9.99/month or $99.99 per year.

Recapping Thursday’s Pro Bowl Events

The 2024 NFL Pro Bowl Games kicked off in Orlando with a star-studded Skills Showdown event. Baker Mayfield shined in the precision passing competition, showing pinpoint accuracy to lead the NFC to victory. Cowboys stars Micah Parsons and Trevon Diggs flexed their athleticism by dominating the dodgeball matchup.

One of the most viral moments came in the high stakes punt catching challenge, where Steelers safety Miles Killebrew pulled off an unbelievable diving catch while juggling five footballs. His spectacular grab earned deafening cheers from the crowd and cemented a win for the AFC.

Eagles center Jason Kelce brought the laughs in the new “Snap Shots” event, struggling mightily before a last-second surge earned the NFC more points. Vikings long snapper Andrew DePaola sealed the deal with clutch snaps, thrilling fans with his precision.

Overall, the electric atmosphere and light-hearted competition produced nonstop entertainment on the first night of action. With the NFC leading 12-6, Sunday’s events including a flag football game promise even more standout performances from the NFL’s biggest stars.

Move The Chains

AFC participants: Will Anderson (Texans), Terron Armstead (Dolphins), Myles Garrett (Browns), Laremy Tunsil (Texans), and Kevin Zeitler (Ravens).

NFC participants: Demarcus Lawrence (Cowboys), Penei Sewell (Lions), Montez Sweat (Bears), Tyler Smith (Cowboys), and Tristan Wirfs (Bucs)

The Move The Chains event features Teams of 5 players competing to move over 3,000 pounds of weight off a wall, then drag a 2,000-pound wall across the finish line. For the special competition between the offensive and defensive linemen, the AFC looks like they have the edge. The team has Will Anderson and Myles Garrett who are both super fast and strong.

The NFC has good players too, like Montez Sweat and Demarcus Lawrence, but the AFC seems a bit better built for this competition. We’re betting a little on the AFC to win this part.

Look for the AFC defensive line led by Myles Garrett and Quinnen Williams to dominate, as their combination of power and explosiveness will be too much for the NFC offensive linemen to handle.

  • Pick: AFC (-110)

Gridiron Gauntlet

AFC participants: Team 1 – Anderson, Armstead, Tunsil, DeForest Buckner (Colts), Trey Hendrickson (Bengals), and Wyatt Teller (Browns). Team 2 – Garrett, Dion Dawkins (Bills), Justin Madubuike (Ravens), Ross Masticik (Jaguars), Quenton Nelson (Colts), and Quinnen Williams (Jaguars).

NFC participants: Team 1 – Lawrence, Sewell, Wirfs, Kenny Clark (Packers), Aidan Hutchinson (Lions), and Chris Lindstrom (Atlanta). Team 2 – Sweat, Derrick Brown (Panthers), Andrew DePaola (Vikings), Landon Dickerson (Eagles), Lane Johnson (Eagles), and Dexter Lawrence (Giants).

The Gridiron Gauntlet is a full-field obstacle course relay race featuring six players from the AFC compete against six players from the NFC. Players are required to tear through walls, crawl under doors, and navigate other obstacles to push the final sled across the field.

Last year, the NFC captured this event. This competition requires a combination of strength, speed, agility and teamwork. We’re giving a slight edge to the NFC based on athleticism but AFC certainly has playmakers that could prevail. Regardless, this should be a fun and unpredictable event to watch.

  • Pick: NCF (-110)

Flag Football

AFC roster key players: Tua Tagovailoa, Tyreek Hill, and Raheem Mostert (Dolphins),Stefon Diggs (Bills), C.J. Stroud (Texans), David Njoku (Browns), Ja’Marr Chase (Bengals) and Sauce Gardner (Jets).

NFC roster key players: Jalen Hurts and D’Andre Swift (Eagles), Amon-Ra St. Brown and Jahmyr Gibbs (Lions), CeeDee Lamb, Micah Parsons, and DaRon Bland (Cowboys), DK Metcalf (Seahawks), and Puka Nacua (Rams).

The main Pro Bowl event on Sunday is Flag Football, which features a flag football game between AFC and NFC all-star teams. There are four quarters, each 12 minutes long. Led by, player-coaches Peyton Manning (AFC) and Eli Manning (NFC), it’s tough to guess what’s going to happen in this game.

When you look at the teams, it appears the NFC might have the upper hand. They’ve got Jalen Hurts, who’s super athletic, some really good running backs like Jahmyr Gibbs, and wide receivers who are just right for this type of game. We won’t see Bobby Wagner making big tackles, but the NFC’s defense is pretty strong and they just need to watch out for Tyreek Hill.

In this event, defense doesn’t play a big role. Last year, the score was 35-33, with the NFC catching up late in the game. We think the NFC, with its strong offense, will win a close game.

  • Pick: NFC (-110)



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