• June 18, 2021

Win More – Betting on the Pro Bowl

Sports Fans and Sports Punters around the world have an appointment on Feb 5th. While the Patriots and Falcons prepare for Super Bowl LI, the majority of the NFL’s remaining stars are spending the week in Florida, practicing for the Pro Bowl.
The Pro Bowl is the All Star Game of the National Football League. The best players in the league are scheduled to get together. The 2017 Pro Bowl takes place on Sunday 29th and now you can win more betting on it.
The NFL is going back to the AFC vs. NFC format and adding a skills competition. The NFC should end up being favored in this contest at the best sports betting sites as they have more offensive talent and the Pro Bowl is almost always a high scoring game, take note of this for total betting, with very little defense being played.
The Pro Bowl should be another offensive shootout as the last time it was the traditional AFC vs. NFC format it was the NFC winning 62-35. The teams are composed of 21 offensive players and 18 defensive players with five special team’s players and one long snapper. The AFC will be coached by Andy Reid while the NFC will be coached by Jason Garrett.
Unfortunately, several players from both sides have canceled out of the game, and have been replaced on the roster. Among the lost offensive talent of the AFC there is
Pittsburgh big three of Ben Roethlisberger, Antonio Brown and Le’Veon Bell.
Also note that neither the Atlanta Falcons nor the New England Patriots who are playing in Super Bowl LI next week will have players at the Pro Bowl. The NFC team is still loaded on offense even without the Atlanta players as the NFC features the Dallas Cowboys trio of Dak Prescott, Ezekiel Elliott and Dez Bryant and the NFC has David Johnson who many people consider the top all around running back in the league.
The last time the NFL had the AFC vs. NFC format was in 2012 and the teams combined for nearly 100 points to go over the total at most sportsbooks. Looking back at the last six years of that format from 2007 to 2012 the scores were 42-30, 30-21, 41-34, 55-41, 59-41 and 62-35. Get all the latest Sports Betting updates on your social media outlets. Find us on Facebook!
Betting the Pro Bowl
This year , with the NFL you can win more betting on the pro bowl, but you need to make sure you understand the nature of it. While we do not want to discourage you from betting on the game, make sure you understand they are not taking the game as competitively as you wish they were.
The AFC seems to have a better team than the NFC. While that may not matter much in this situation, as everyone is going to play, we are going to bet on the AFC. The final bet for this game is the AFC over the NFC. The spread is basically a pick’em, which means you can get close to even money on your bet of the AFC. Sign up now at Betregal.com

Steve Carr

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