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AFC vs. NFC NFL Pro Bowl 2021 CashBet’s Odds, Picks and Betting Preview (Sunday, February 6th, 2022)

AFC vs. NFC NFL Pro Bowl 2021

It’s time for the NFL Pro Bowl to get underway as the American Football Conference takes on the National Football Conference. This is all set to be an exciting battle that will take place at Allegiant Stadium in Paradise, Nevada. On the other hand, the Super Bowl excitement continues as bettors place their bets on their favorite teams. The NFL betting picks have been updated online as the Cincinnati Bengals take on the Los Angeles Rams in their Super Bowl LVI. However, this week’s focus will stick on the entertaining Pro Bowl game.

AFC Players

The AFC will have some of the top quarterbacks on their squad, including Patrick Mahomes, Justin Herbert, and Mac Jones. From the running back spot, Jonathan Taylor will take his position while Mark Andrews and Tyreek Hill get the receiving end. Ja’Marr Chase will miss out on this game due to the Super Bowl, but their defense seems to be loaded with some top guns. JC Jackson. Joey Bosa, Chris Jones and Myles Garrett will take their positions. TJ Watt will take the linebacker spot while Quenton Nelson and Lamar Jackson fill in their respective positions.  

AFC vs. NFC Betting Information

Date: Sunday, February 6, 2021
Time: 3:00 PM ET
Location: Allegiant Stadium, Paradise, Nevada
TV Coverage: ABC

AFC vs. NFC Betting Odds

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There is going to be some great excitement as top players from their conference battle together against their opponents. Mike Vrabel of the Tennessee Titans will coach the AFC and the NFC will be under the guidance of Matt LaFleur from the Green Bay Packers.

NFC Players

The NFC will feature Russell Wilson, Kyler Murray, and Kirk Cousins for the quarterback positions. Dalvin Cook will take the running back spot while George Kittle and Justin Jefferson fill in at the receiving end. The NFC will miss out on top players, including Brady and Rodgers. Trent Williams, Davante Adams, and Cooper Kupp will take their positions. Defensively, the NFC will have Trevon Diggs, Chandler Jones, Brian Bones, Aaron Donald, Jalen Ramsey, and Nick Bosa.

AFC vs. NFC Pick

This is certainly going to be an entertaining game between top players for each conference. The AFC vs NFC betting picks have been updated and the experts have predicted the AFC to win this game and cover the spread.


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