Pro Bowl Betting Pick ATS

The National Football League has just two games left on it’s schedule. One is the Big Game that happens the first Sunday in February, and the other isn’t quite as big. Despite that, it will be fun on Sunday as many of the best players in all of the National Football League get together in Orlando.

The Pro Bowl is Sunday and features All Stars from the AFC against All Stars from the NFC. Sure, there are several players from both sides that are unable to play in this game, but substitutions are pretty good as well. Let’s give our Pro Bowl Betting Pick Against the Spread.

AFC Roster

The AFC Roster has been finalized. There were numerous players that were picked, but will not play. Let’s see the players that are going to play. The quarterbacks for the AFC include Alex Smith of the Chiefs, Andy Dalton of the Bengals and Big Ben Roethlisberger is going to play, from Pittsburgh.

The rest of the skill players for Pittsburgh includes DeMaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders of the Broncos, Jarvis Landry and T.Y. Hilton as receivers. The running backs for the AFC include Melvin Gordon, DeMarco Murray and Jay Ajayi. Kyle Juszcyzyk of the Ravens is the fullback, with Travis Kelce and Delanie Walker in as tight ends.

NFC Roster

For the NFC, the headline players are quarterback Dak Prescott, running back Ezekiel Elliott and receiver Dez Bryant. They are all three from the NFC. The rest of the quarterbacks including veteran Drew Brees of the Saints and Kirk Cousins from the Washington Redskins.

They will be throwing to Odell Beckham Jr, Mike Evans and Larry Fitzgerald. The running backs alongside Elliott include Jordan Howard of the Bears and Darren Sproles. Mike Tolbert is the fullback, and the NFC will feature two tight ends with Greg Olsen and Jimmy Graham playing in the game.

Bet the Pro Bowl

A bunch of great players at Camping World Stadium in great weather, sounds like a no lose situation. You have a chance to see some of the best players in the game compete against each other. When betting on this game, keep in mind, it is an exhibition game. Bet wisely in that regard.

When you are betting, look at both rosters and decide which one you like best. That is the team that you should bet on. Betting the Pro Bowl Against the Spread is a little complicated. The spread is a NFC -4 for this game. The AFC has won the last two Pro Bowl’s – this time the NFC beats them and covers the -4 point spread. Bet the NFC -4 over the AFC.