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WATCH: NFC, AFC championship TV coverage. It’s Pro Bowl day! Try not to get too excited. NaVorro Bowman and Team Irvin square off against Joe Staley and Team Rice at 4 p.m. PT on ESPN. Mike Tirico and Jon Gruden will be calling the game. I am curious to see how much Gruden can pump this game up. NFL Pro Bowl Live Stream of Match TV Channel on your Comfortable on Windows – Computer, Apple MacBook, Iphone, Ipad, Ipod, And all Android devices. You can watch the game via live online stream on Watch Live TV

NFL Pro Bowl

Time: Sunday, Jan. 31, 7 p.m. ET

Location: Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, Hawaii


Commentators: Mike Tirico, Jon Gruden

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While the players on the Carolina Panthers and Denver Broncos will be preparing for the biggest game of their lives in Santa Clara, California, the rest of the sport’s biggest stars will be in Hawaii trying to finish the season on a high note. It’s a laid-back atmosphere, but that doesn’t mean the players won’t be trying to put on a show for the fans.

Although the teams are jumbled as Michael Irvin takes on Jerry Rice with fantasy drafted rosters, the top players will be fun to watch regardless of who is playing with them.

Joe Staley and NaVorro Bowman are really the two big reasons for San Francisco 49ers fans to watch the game. They are on opposing teams, so I have to think at some point they find a reason to interact on the field. We won’t see Bowman blitzing, but maybe we see a run play bring Bowman toward Staley. Or maybe a screen pass gets Joe Staley out there. Who knows.

I don’t really know what else to take out of the game. How many people are actually going to watch it? I might have it on as background noise, but even that is hard to pay attention to all that often. They don’t get too crazy with it, and even the tackling can be a bit shoddy. It’s not that players don’t try at all, but they are definitely taking it pretty easy for extended stretches.

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Charles Woodson’s days as an Oakland Raider might be finished, but he still has one more game left to play in an NFL uniform. The retiring 39-year-old defensive back is likely to become the 12th Hall of Famer in the Super Bowl Era to have the Pro Bowl be the final game of his career. In a surprising twist, Woodson was the final pick of the draft by Team Rice, giving new meaning to the term “Mr. Irrelevant.”

There might not be a more enticing potential mano a mano battle than the one between Team Irvin’s Richard Sherman and Team Rice’s Odell Beckham Jr. Sherman received the third-highest grade among cornerbacks at Pro Football Focus, and is the best cover guy in the Pro Bowl. Hopefully he’ll be matched up against Beckham, who delivered another stellar campaign with 1,450 receiving yards and 13 touchdowns.