How to Watch the 2017 NFL Pro Bowl Game

All-star players will compete in the NFL’s Pro Bowl game Sunday. Here’s how to livestream it.

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If you can’t wait for Super Bowl LI, Falcons v. Patriots, tide yourself over with the 2017 NFL Pro Bowl Game, Sunday, January 29, at the Orlando Citrus Bowl, in Orlando, Florida.

The American Football Conference (AFC) and National Football Conference (NFC) All-Star teams have been hard at work during Pro Bowl week, competing in Thursday night’s Skills Showdown and getting ready for Sunday’s Pro Bowl Game.

The Skills Showdown included a ‘Best Hands’ event, in which quarterback and wide receiver teams will show off their passing skills, a game of ‘Epic Pro bowl Dodgeball,’ relay races, and ‘Precision Passing.’

Rather than a fantasy draft, the 2017 Pro Bowl will return to a AFC v. NFC format, which means that both teams will be missing players from the two teams contending in Super Bowl 51.

Quarterbacks Tom Brady and Matt Ryan will no longer be representing their conferences in the Pro Bowl, and Dont'a Hightower, Devin McCourty, and Julio Jones will also be out attempting to earn Super Bowl rings (you can find the full roster for Sunday’s game at

Despite the absences of some heavy hitters, Sunday’s game should still be a fun showing of some of the 2016-2017 season’s all-star players. Here’s how to watch live.

How to Live Stream the 2017 NFL Pro Bowl

Tune in on Sunday, January 29 at 8:00 p.m. EST to watch the NFL Pro Bowl Game.

Viewers with a cable login can live stream the match on ESPN, while those without cable can find ways to live stream thanks to Cut Cable Today’s Pro Bowl guide.

Catch all the action live streaming and on various social media platforms including Twitter and Facebook.