The Pro Bowl is here, and it’s once again the best of the AFC against the best of the NFC from delightful Hawaii. In a game with so many different players that don’t get a full 60 minutes of playing time, it can be difficult to predict what will happen, but we’re here to bring you our predictions.
As is usually the case, the predictions have it as a high-scoring affair without much of the offense coming from any particular signal caller. Though Peyton Manning does look to be a decent play for the AFC with Tom Brady out. On the NFC side, it’s tough not to like what Adrian Peterson did this season.
Scoring for our panelists will remain the same from last round, except that we’ll also be making selections for who the MVP of the game will be:
- Picking the game’s winner correctly is worth two points.
- Picking the combined touchdown total of both teams in a game is worth one point if guessed to within one, or two points if guessed exactly right instead.
- Picking the passing yardage for the game’s top passer is worth one point if guessed to within 50, or two points if guessed to within 10 instead, or a whopping five points instead if guessed exactly right.
- Picking the MVP of the game is worth two points.
So now that everything’s been set out, be sure to check below for everyone’s selections. And also be sure to check back later after the Pro Bowl is complete for the results. Continue reading 2013 NFL Playoffs Expert Picks: Pro Bowl »