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NFC vs AFC 2/6/22 - NFL Pro Bowl Picks & Predictions

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Game AFC vs NFC
Date & Time Sunday February 6, 2022, 3:00 PM (EST)
Allegiant Stadium Las Vegas, NV
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The top players in the NFL will meet Sunday in Las Vegas as the NFC takes on the NFC. The NFC comes into the 2022 Pro Bowl struggling in the Pro Bowl having dropped 4 straight with the last NFC win coming in 2016.Kirk Cousins led the way for the NFC a year ago completing 13 to 22 passes for a team high 181 yards and two scores. Drew Brees contributed 95 yards through the air and one touchdown, while Russell Wilson added 78 passing yards and one score as well.

Kenny Galladay led all receivers for the NFC with 109 yards on three catches. Michael Thomas chipped in 92 yards and one score on five catches, while Davante Adams stole the show with six catches for 61 yards and two touchdowns.

Lamar Jackson got the start for the AFC a year ago and ripped the NFC apart completing 16 of 23 passes for 185 yards and two scores.  Deshaun Watson came in to complete 14 of 20 passes for 148 yards and one touchdown, while Ryan Tannehill completed one pass for 60 yards and a touchdown.

Mark Andrews proved to be the primary target for the AFC quarterbacks with 73 yards and one touchdown on 9 catches. DJ Clark Jr. contributed 67 yards and one score on two catches and Jack Doyle added 63 yards and one touchdown in the game.

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The annual NFL All Star game is in Vegas this year between the top players in each league. Both teams will be without several players who will play in the Super Bowl but the AFC will have the deeper and more talented roster. Look for the AFC to make enough plays down the stretch to pull off the win in the Pro Bowl. Final Score Prediction, AFC wins 31-21.

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