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One of the most fun games of the year is set to go down on February 6th, 2022. The AFC versus NFC 2022 Pro Bowl will showcase some of the best talents this year.

Now, betting on the Pro Bowl isn’t something that’s very easy to do, though. You’ll have to go through offshore betting sites to get this done. Before you choose, we should go over the roster for each team.

The AFC and NFC are both stacked with significant talent on each side of the ball. Surprisingly enough, a few rookies actually made it onto the Pro Bowl rosters this year as well.

Considering each team has a ton of talent, making a choice is going to be tough. You’ll also have to keep in mind that this isn’t like a regular game, just a friendly match between the conferences.

AFC Rosters: Justin Herbert to lead the charge for the AFC

Justin Herbert will lead the AFC offense in the Pro Bowl. He’s joined by fellow AFC titans Patrick Mahomes and Lamar Jackson. Herbert will likely remain in the game for a few quarters before it’s turned over to Mahomes and Jackson.

Mac Jones could also get a chance to get in the game as well. Coming in at the RB position is Jonathan Taylor, joined by two great receivers.

Keenan Allen and Tyreek Hill are two of the receivers in the AFC mix, with Stefon Diggs. The AFC defense is quite impressive, too, with Myles Garrett, Maxx Crosby, and T.J. Watt leading the charge.

It’s going to be difficult for the NFC team to move the ball effectively against such a stout defense. Joey Bosa and Matt Judon lead the linebacker group with Kevin Byard at FS.

NFC Rosters: Kyler Murray is the likely starting QB for the NFC

Aaron Rodgers was named the starter for the Pro Bowl, but we aren’t sure about his status. We know that he’s mulling over his 2022 NFL season, which could keep him out of this one.

Tom Brady has also announced his retirement and could see him sidelined. This leaves Kyler Murray to start for the NFC along with an incredible group of wide receivers and running backs.

Deebo Samuel and Davante Adams are the starting wide receivers for the NFC. Those two paired with Murray at QB are going to be challenging for the AFC secondary. The NFC also has George Kittle to rely on, which definitely helps.

On defense, the NFC boasts Nick Bosa and Cameron Jordan, two dominant defenders. They have a strong secondary, too, with Darius Slay.

The history between the AFC and NFC in the Pro Bowl

Currently, the AFC has a significant lead on the NFC in terms of records. Over 47 games, the AFC is 25-22 against the NFC. Another interesting note is the NFC hasn’t won a Pro Bowl game since 2012, quite a long time ago.

You can also tune in to watch the Pro Bowl Skills Showdown. It’s scheduled for Thursday (7 p.m. ET on ESPN) and features games like the “fastest-man.”

Each conference also has its own captains to represent them in the Pro Bowl. For the AFC, Reggie Wayne and Charles Woodson don the captain’s badges.

In the NFC, Jason Witten and Luke Kuechly will be the team’s representatives. After taking a look at each of these rosters, let’s make our pick for who will win.

Our pick for the AFC versus NFC 2022 Pro Bowl

Both of these rosters have some incredibly talented players to lead them. On the one hand, you have the AFC who should be able to run the ball really effectively.

On the other, you have the NFC with the receiving duo of Adams, Samuel, and Justin Jefferson. We definitely think this could be a high-scoring game, which is why we’ll take the better passing team.

The NFC should have enough of a strong defense to slow the offense of the AFC. If they can stop Nick Chubb from running over them, they should be in good shape here.

It also seems likely that they’ll be able to get their first win in ten years on Sunday. You never know how these games will turn out, but we’ll take the NFC to win the Pro Bowl on Sunday.