Pro Bowl 2018 Live Live. “Pro Bowl Skills Showdown” was a fun event when he returned last year, and in 2018 the situation did not change. The AFC team came to victory after a great return to the “Dodgeball Winner” game with survivor Jarvis Landry 2-on-1 handicap to win by bragging directly to his conference. The NFC led most of the fighting, but in the end the AFC made a valiant effort.
Who: AFC vs NFC
What: 2018 Pro Bowl
Where: Camping World Stadium, Orlando
When: Sunday, Jan. 28, 2018
Time: 2:50 p.m. Eastern
This year there were several new events, mainly the game at the feet of Kick Tac Toe, which was won by Graham Gano. But for the most part it was a nice show and, undoubtedly, it was more interesting than the true Sunday Pro Bowl.
Total score: AFC 4, NFC 3
Results of Epic Pro Bowl Dodgeball: AFC lost another competitor in the next round when von Miller and Chris Boswell were released. Eventually, the team dropped to Jarvis Landry, and the 2nd round ended with an NFC that had a 2-1 lead. Landry eliminated Mike Daniels, and this was the only show against Graham Gano. He finished the epic return of his team, catching the ball, winning a victory for the AFC team.
Kick Tac Toe Results: Chris Boswell represented the AFC and Graham Gano of the NFC. Boswell missed his first two attempts, and Gano won, giving NFC 3-1. This creates a dodgeball game as a winner.
Highest scores: Michael Thomas went to the NFC and beat Adams from 1:02. The next AFC was Jarvis Landry, who could not win Thomas’s time when he could not jump at the end. The NFC got one more point with a victory here.
Keenan Allen represented the AFC team, catching passages from Alex Smith. However, he never came close to beating Adams’ time, and he did not even finish the training.
Gridiron Gauntlet: The NFC team included Ryan Kerrigan, Patrick Peterson, Mike Daniels, Kwon Alexander and Alvin Camara. They beat the AFC time by 50.0 seconds.
AFC came out first in Gridiron’s Glove, ahead of Jalen Ramsey, KJ Mosley, Geno Atkins, Von Miller and Karim Hunt. They completed the obstacle course for 1: 00.6 minutes.
Drone Drop Results: Jarvis Landry somehow caught the ball from a height of 120 feet, which bounced off his chest. He lifted the victory over Patrick Peterson, who could not catch 130 feet.
Precision results: Derek Carr 21, Jared Goff 20, Alex Smith 11, Russell Wilson 8
Russell Wilson tried to attack with great goals, but missed almost all and finished with only eight points. Alex Smith was not much better, only with 11 and he won the NFC.
Jared Goff started with Precision Passing training and scored 20 points to set the pace. Derek Carr just managed to beat him 21.
Before the show
In 2018, the Pro Bowl Skill Encounter is here, and we’re going to give you all the updates you need from the festivities that start at 9pm. ET.
Over the years, the Pro Bowl is constantly disappointed, and it’s easy to see why. Many important players are simply not interested in participating, and what happens on the field can hardly be attributed to football. Unfortunately, when football is such a physical and high-speed game where players are injured all the time, it would be absurd for an exhibition game to be competitive.
Enter a skill demonstration that will be held for the second year in a row after the league returns it in 2017. It was a wonderful time, which many enjoyed and, I hope, this year the action will be just as good.
You can follow this message with highlights and news of events that will include things like dodgeball, an event where drone football is discarded, and players try to catch it, an event of precision kicking where there should be a specific objective between the targets. Astonished, the relay race and, of course, a precision competition.
Autopsy Pro Bowl Skills competitions:
Epic Pro Bowl Dodgeball: Pro Bowlers will compete in the game with an elusive ball, of course!
Kick Tac Toe: the kickers will try to attack the 3×3 network of the targets inside the rack.
Gridiron Gauntlet: five players from each team participate in the relay, which promises a 40-yard run with an inflated parachute and “other surprises.”
The best hands: four receivers will capture a series of passes in the sequence of descending targets as quickly as possible. There are certain types of captures: diving, with one hand, over the shoulder and others.
Precision step: the marshals will try to reach different objectives from different distances. Previously, one of the aspects was to break football by the hoop quite far.
Drone drop: a player from each team will try to catch footballs dropped from unmanned aerial vehicles, from a height above the field. It may sound not so difficult, but if you are directly under the rumble, and it becomes loud enough, tracking the trajectory will be.