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2019 NFL Pro Bowl: Kickoff time, TV schedule, online streaming, more

If you’re so inclined, here’s how to watch Sunday’s Pro Bowl.

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Judging by the response to Sunday’s Question of the Day, the general reaction to the 2019 NFL Pro Bowl is, “Huh, what? Oh, that’s today? Meh.”

Well if you’re one of the few that is in more of the “Oh, that’s today?” camp and less the “meh, who cares?” crowd, this post is just for you.

The Pro Bowl is indeed today—Sunday, January 27—and will feature two Detroit Lions players. Cornerback Darius Slay will represent the Lions in the secondary, while veteran long snapper Don Muhlbach will rep the D in special teams.

So if you’re bored on a Sunday afternoon, or are legitimately interested in the Pro Bowl, here’s how you can watch the All-star game, which is surprisingly televised on three different channels, for some reason.

Date: Sunday, Jan. 27
Time: 3 p.m. ET
Location: Camping World Stadium — Orlando, FL
TV: ESPN, ABC, Disney XD
Online Streaming: WatchESPN, DisneyNow, ABC, NFL Game Pass

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