The 2015 Pro Bowl will take NFL fans to a new venue this year and also features a change in teams and format. As the game airs tonight on ESPN, one constant that will remain however is the ability for fans to watch the NFL Pro-Bowl online.
Instead of the AFC vs. NFC, this year it something reminiscent of picking teams from among your friends when you were a kid playing sand-lot football. Tonight’s 2015 Pro Bowl will be Team Irvin vs. Team Carter, with NFL legends Michael Irvin and Chris Carter picking their respective teams from among the NFL’s top players.
Live Video Stream of 2015 Pro Bowl from ESPN
Watching the 2015 Pro Bowl online is easy to do using the live streaming video provided by ESPN as part of the watchESPN app – an easy download for mobile devces – or directly using the web site on a computer.
The year the NFL has decided to host the Pro Bowl in the same venue as the Super Bowl, University of Phoenix Stadium, instead of in Hawaii where it has been for years.
Perhaps the hope is to draw more attention, and more crowds, to the game, especially those already in town for next week’s big game.
The game can be seen tonight on ESPN beginning at 8pm eastern.
Because of the new way of picking teams, players from the same teams will actually play against one another. For example, the Colts’ T.Y. Hilton and cornerback Vontae Davis, J. Anderson against Aqib Talib and Sam Shields vs. Randall Cobb.