Everything you need to know about the NFL Pro Bowl Skills Showdown
Lamar Jackson , Deshaun Watson and Russell Wilson are all in action in the traditional curtain-raiser of the Pro Bowl weekend.
Here's all you need to know ahead of Thursday. When is the Pro Bowl Skills Showdown? The Pro Bowl Skills Showdown took place on Wednesday, January 22 but will only be aired on Thursday, January 23. The show begins at 9 p.m. ET. TV coverage and live stream The Pro Bowl Skills Showdown will be broadcast by ESPN and a live stream will be available via watchESPN. How does the Pro Bowl Skills Showdown work? Ten players each from both the AFC and the NFC teams compete over five different events in this year's Skills Showdown. The events include the Gridiron Gauntlet, which features five players from each team taking part in a relay race, and the Best Hands challenge. The latter consists of a quarterback and a receiver paired together and having to complete a series of passes at a sequence or downfield targets. Russell Wilson #3 of the Seattle Seahawks gets introduced before the 2019 NFL Pro Bowl at Camping World Stadium on January 27, 2019 in Orlando, Florida. Mark Brown/Getty The race is timed and some targets require the receiver to complete a particular kind of catch—one-handed or diving, for example. The teams' two quarterbacks and another player will then take part in the one-minute Precision Passing challenge, which rewards passing accuracy. The Epic Pro Bowl Dodgeball, meanwhile, features all the 10 players on each team competing in a best-of-three series dodgeball game. For the first time, the NFL has added another challenge to the quartet of events as the Thread the Needle challenge makes its debut this year. The event features quarterbacks trying to complete passes through pre-determined targets while the opposing team's defensive backs attempt to stop them. AFC roster Read more: Newsweek
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