Daytona 500

Daytona 500

Daytona 500 Live Stream Sunday, Feb, 2018. How to watch  Daytona International Speedway 500 Live Stream Update, Odds, Start Time, Preview, Team News and TV Info.

Daytona 500 Live 2018

Daytona 500

Location: Daytona International Speedway
Date: Sunday, Feb. 18
Time: 2:30 p.m. ET
Length: 200 laps/500 miles
TV: Fox
Live stream: Fox Sports Go (USA, Requires American Cable subscription), Fubo TV (USA, Free Trial), Sling TV (USA), Playstation Vue (USA)

Daytona 500

DAYTONA BEACH — When the green flag drops for Sunday’s Daytona 500, NASCAR fans will see a familiar sight: The No. 88 Chevrolet leading the 40-car field into the first turn. The only difference is the only one that matters to a sizable chunk of the sport’s fan base. Dale Earnhardt Jr. won’t be behind the wheel. That driver will be Alex Bowman, who didn’t even attend the Great American Race last year, much less race in it. Although Bowman’s replacing the face of his sport, the 24-year-old Arizona native is relatively anonymous.

Some around Daytona International Speedway have even mistakenly pegged the veteran of 81 NASCAR Cup Series races as a rookie. Those already moving to a back-up car are Brad Keselowski, Austin Dillon, Aric Almirola, William Byron, Matt DiBenedetto, Kyle Larson, Jimmie Johnson and David Gilliland. The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series still has practices slated for Friday and Saturday before the start of Sunday’s 500. Four of the teams were also forced to go to back-up engines – Keselowski, Almirola, DiBenedetto and Johnson – but at the series director’s discretion they will not have to start the next event from the rear of the field.

In addition, seven Cup teams will serve 15 minute practice penalties Friday due to being late to inspection. The penalty will be assessed at the end of the session (in other words their practice will be cut short by 15 minutes). Those drivers: Danica Patrick, Gray Gaulding, Michael McDowell, David Ragan, A.J. Allmendinger, Brendan Gaughan and Mark Thompson.

Pro Bowl 2018

Pro Bowl 2018 Skills Showdown live stream: How to watch NFL’s latest all-star event online

Check out all the fun Pro Bowl events that won’t be in the actual Pro Bowl.

The 2018 Pro Bowl is still a few days away, but as far as we’re concerned, the real main event is Thursday when the players take part in the Skills Showdown. The annual showcase of dodgeball, relay races, and general wackiness begins at 9 p.m. ET on ESPN (live stream at WatchESPN).

To spice things up during the week of the Pro Bowl, the NFL brought back the skills competition last year. It was a big success and exactly the breath of fresh air the Pro Bowl needed. Now it returns in 2018, with action that promises to be more intriguing than Sunday’s exhibition game.

Players like Von Miller, Keenan Allen, Michael Thomas, Patrick Peterson, Kareem Hunt, and Russell Wilson will be competing in the games.

This year’s events include the following:

Drone drop

A drone carries a football high in the air, drops it over the field, and players must try to catch it. It’s as cool as it sounds and leads to some fantastic camera angles:

Precision passing

The quarterbacks compete to see who can make the most accurate passes, hitting targets from various sizes and distances.

Best hands

Receivers have to catch footballs from different angles and points on the field, including one-handed, over-the-shoulder, and diving catches. Think of it as the football version of H-O-R-S-E.

Gridiron Gauntlet

This is a relay race with five players from each team. Some of the challenges include a 40-yard dash with a parachute attached to the players’ backs, which should make for some entertaining TV.

Kick-Tac-Toe

The obligatory kickers challenge, this game involves players not only drilling field goals but attempting to hit marked targets inside the uprights.

Epic Pro Bowl Dodgeball

IT’S DODGEBALL.

The Skills Showdown has already become must-see TV, so here’s hoping the 2018 version lives up to the hype.

Time, TV, and streaming info

  • Time: 9 p.m. ET Thursday
  • Location: Camping World Stadium, Orlando, Fla.
  • TV: ESPN
  • Streaming: WatchESPN

AFC vs. NFC in 2018 NFL Pro Bowl

AFC vs. NFC in 2018 NFL Pro Bowl Live on ESPN from Orlando

  • Pro Bowl to Air on ESPN, ESPN Deportes and Simulcast on ABC
  • Matt Hasselbeck and Louis Riddick Join Sean McDonough, Lisa Salters on Pro Bowl Telecast
  • NFL Skills Showdown from ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex Airs 

ESPN will present the 2018 NFL Pro Bowl on Sunday, Jan. 28, at 2:50 p.m. ET from Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Fla. The telecast will be available on ESPN, ESPN Deportes, the ESPN App and simulcast on ABC. The company’s multi-day Pro Bowl event coverage includes the second annual Skills Showdown, reports from team practices, and more.

Top players expected to participate in the Pro Bowl include quarterbacks Drew Brees (New Orleans Saints) and Derek Carr (Raiders), running backs Todd Gurley (Rams) and Le’Veon Bell (Steelers) and wide receivers Antonio Brown (Steelers) and Jarvis Landry (Dolphins) in the traditional AFC vs. NFC format.

ESPN Monday Night Football voice Sean McDonough will call the Pro Bowl with analyst Matt Hasselbeck, field analyst Louis Riddick and reporter Lisa Salters. This is the 14th time ESPN has televised the Pro Bowl – 1988-94, 2004-06, 2010 and 2015-17. The game also aired on ABC from 1975-87 and 1995-03.

Suzy Kolber will host a special Postseason NFL Countdown pregame show (1 p.m., ESPN and ABC) from Camping World Stadium leading into the Pro Bowl with analysts Randy Moss and Charles Woodson, and NFL Insider Adam Schefter. Reporter Michele Steele will also contribute to coverage from the stadium.

ESPN Deportes will provide exclusive Spanish-language coverage of the Pro Bowl, beginning at 1 p.m. ET with a special edition of SportsCenter, followed by the game telecast at 2:50 p.m. with play-by-play voice Eduardo Varela and analyst Pablo Viruega.

Pro Bowl Skills Showdown – Thursday, 9 p.m. ET, ESPN:

For the second year, ESPN will televise the NFL Pro Bowl Skills Showdown on Thursday, Jan. 25 (9 p.m. ET). The event will also re-air across ESPN, ABC and Disney XD. Sean McDonough, Matt Hasselbeck and Lisa Salters will call the competition at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex, which features Pro Bowlers competing in multiple events:

  • Epic Pro Bowl Dodgeball: Pro Bowlers will compete in a game of dodgeball.
  • Kick-Tac-Toe: A new challenge that tests the accuracy of placekickers from both conferences with a version of the classic game, as they attempt to hit a 3×3 grid of targets inside the uprights.
  • Gridiron Gauntlet: Five players from each team will participate in a relay race designed to showcase strength, speed, and agility. The challenge will include a 40-yard dash with an inflated parachute that is attached to the first player on each team who will sprint before tagging in teammates. 
  • Precision Passing: Each conference’s quarterbacks battle in an accuracy competition as they attempt to hit targets of varying size and distance.
  • Best Hands: Four receivers – two from each conference – will catch a series of passes at a sequence of downfield targets as quickly as possible. Designated targets require a specific style of catch – diving, one-handed, over the shoulder, etc. – which must be executed before the receiver can move on to the next target.
  • Drone Drop: One player from each team will attempt to catch footballs dropped from drones from increasing heights above the field. The player who makes the highest catch wins money for the charity of his choice.

SportsCenter and NFL Live:

Beginning Wed., Jan. 24, Michele Steele will have reports and interviews with players on SportsCenter throughout the week from Pro Bowl practices at ESPN Wide World of Sports. ESPN NFL Nation team reporters Jeremy Fowler (Steelers), Jenna Laine (Buccaneers) and Mike DiRocco (Jaguars) will also cover the AFC and NFC team practices. Wendi Nix will host SportsCenter and NFL Live segments on Thursday and Friday (Jan. 25-26) from the practices with Darren Woodson and reporter Jac Collinsworth.

Other Pro Bowl Programming:

The Boys’ 13- to 14-year-old Championship Game of the NFL FLAG Championships will be part of the Postseason NFL Countdown Pro Bowl pregame show on ESPN, ESPN Deportes and ABC on Sun., Jan. 28. 

ESPN Social

ESPN social will be on-site for the week of Pro Bowl events, providing behind-the-scenes content with players via Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, including video of Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive tackle Gerald McCoy and New Orleans Saints running back Alvin Kamara visiting the Walt Disney World theme parks.

ESPN International

ESPN International and its affiliated networks will present the Pro Bowl live to more than 69 million households in 74 countries and territories throughout Spanish-speaking Latin America, Brazil, the Caribbean, Australia, New Zealand, the Pacific Islands, Canada, the Philippines and Sub Saharan Africa. Commentary and analysis is provided in four languages — English, French, Portuguese and Spanish.

ESPN Programs at 2018 NFL Pro Bowl:

DATE TIME (ET) SHOW & COMMENTATORS NETWORK(S)
Wed,Jan 24 7 a.m. – 3 p.m. SportsCenter and NFL Live *(Pro Bowl practices – ESPN Wide World of Sports)

Michele Steele reports

ESPN/ESPN2
Thurs,Jan 25 7 a.m. – 3 p.m. SportsCenter and NFL Live *(Pro Bowl practices – ESPN Wide World of Sports)

Wendi Nix, Darren Woodson, Jac Collinsworth and Steele

ESPN/ESPN2
9 p.m. Pro Bowl Skills Showdown(ESPN’s Wide World of Sports)

Sean McDonough, Matt Hasselbeck and Lisa Salters

ESPN
Fri,Jan 26 7 a.m. – 3 p.m. SportsCenter and NFL Live *(Pro Bowl practices – ESPN Wide World of Sports)

Nix, Woodson, Collinsworth and Steele

ESPN/ESPN2
Sat,Jan 27 7-11 a.m. SportsCenter *(Pro Bowl practices – ESPN Wide World of Sports)

Steele

ESPN
Sun,Jan 28 6:30 a.m. –12 p.m.

 

SportsCenter *(Pro Bowl – Camping World Stadium)

Steele

ESPN
1-2:50 p.m. Postseason NFL Countdown(Camping World Stadium)

Suzy Kolber, Randy Moss, Charles Woodson, Adam Schefter and Steele

ESPNABC
2:50 p.m. NFL Pro Bowl(Camping World Stadium)

McDonough, Hasselbeck, Riddick and Salters

ESPNESPN Deportes

ABC

AFC vs. NFC

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Schedule
NFL PRO BOWL 2018
NFC VS. AFC Live
Date : Sunday, January 28, 2018
Stadium: Camping World
Start Time: 3:00p ET ESPN
Live/Repeat:Live

This is it, NFL fans! After months of football action four teams will meet to determine who will play in the 2018 Super Bowl. Will Tom Brady lead the Patriots to their third Super Bowl in four years? Will Blake Bortles and the Jaguars pull off yet another upset? Can Nick Foles lead the “nobody believes in us” Eagles past Case “Closed” Keenum and the Minnesota Vikings? Buckle up! We have an exciting day of football in store!

Here’s where you can find an NFL Playoffs live stream!

WHAT TIME DOES THE NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS VS. JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS GAME START?

The Jags and Pats game is scheduled to kick off at 3:05 P.M. Eastern.

WHAT TIME DOES THE PHILADELPHIA EAGLES VS. MINNESOTA VIKINGS GAME BEGIN?

The Vikings and Eagles are scheduled for a 6:40 P.M. Eastern kickoff.

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HOW DO I LIVE STREAM THE 2018 NFL PLAYOFFS MATCHUP BETWEEN THE JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS AND NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS?

Today’s game will air on CBS, which means it will also be available to stream on CBS All Access. You can find a Patriots live stream using the CBS All-Access app on your computer, tablet, or connected TV device. All-Access is available for as little as $5.99, but football fans looking for a free Jaguars live stream can sign up for a free trial of CBS All Access right here.

Another exciting (and new!) NFL playoff live stream option is the Yahoo Sports app (available on iOS and Google Play). Verizon recently inked a five-year streaming deal with the NFL that is set to continue this weekend. All you need to do is download the app and enable location services on your phone to live stream the NFL playoffs!

Depending on your market, there are various other ways to find a free Jaguars vs. Patriots live stream:

1. FuboTV

FuboTV is a streaming service that bundles live sport and entertainment channels, featuring live matches, club videos, series, documentaries, and news. Starting at $39.99 a month (but just $19.99 for the first two months), you can stream over 66 channels, including NBC, FOX, and FX. You can watch anywhere on any device including iOS, Android, Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, and Chromecast. Additionally, you can add NFL RedZone through fuboTV with their Sports Plus package for $8.99 a month. Learn more about fuboTV here.

If you’re looking for a free NFL live stream, new subscribers can sign up for a 7-day free trial!

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2. Hulu with Live TV

Still wondering how to find a New England Patriots live stream? With Hulu with Live TV you have the ability to watch live and on demand TV from 50+ top channels including sports, news, entertainment, and more. Plus, you also receive unlimited access to the Hulu Limited Commercials plan. The service is available for Apple devices, Google Chromecast, Xbox One, Android, and other devices.

Intrigued? New subscribers can take advantage of a 7-day free trial!

3. YouTube TV

YouTube TV allows you to live stream ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, and more! The service also features unlimited DVR storage space, and your subscription includes six accounts for $35 per month, with each profile getting its own recommendations and other personalized settings. Plus, you can cancel anytime. YouTube TV is available for Google Chromecast, iPhone, iPad, and Android in select markets — including Chicago, Los Angeles, New York City, Philadelphia, and San Francisco — and is a service that’s offered to half of all U.S. households.

New subscribers looking for an NFL game live stream can sample the service with a free trial.

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4. DIRECTV NOW 

DIRECTV NOW is a new streaming service from AT&T you can enjoy for as little as $35 per month. Available to watch on your TV, computer, or while you’re on the go, DIRECTV NOW offers flexible packages like the “Live a Little” package — which features 60+ channels (including ESPN and ESPN 2) for $35 month — and the “Gotta Have It” package — which features 120+ channels for $70 a month. You can download the DIRECTV NOW app on iTunes, Google Play, and Amazon.

Still searching for a Jaguars/Patriots live stream? DIRECTV NOW is currently offering a free seven-day trial.

5. PlayStation Vue 

Over 100 of your favorite channels — including ESPN, FOX, Comedy Central, and FX — are available with Playstation Vue. The service also allows you to stream a multitude of TV stations on your favorite device without a cable or satellite subscription. From their “Access” package that includes 45+ channels for $39.99 a month to their “Ultra” package that includes 90 channels plus HBO and Showtime for $74.99 a month, the service offers a variety of excitingopportunities for cord-cutters.

Looking for another Patriots game live stream (or Jaguars game live stream)? New subscribers can take advantage of a a 5-day free trial of Playstation Vue.

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HOW DO I LIVE STREAM THE NFL PLAYOFFS 2018 EAGLES VS. VIKINGS GAME?

Since today’s game is airing on FOX, you can find a Vikings live stream via the FOX Sports GO app, available on iTunes, Roku, Amazon Fire Stick, Android, and more. The FOX Sports GO app can be accessed on computers, tablets and connected TV devices.

Another exciting (and new!) Eagles vs Vikings live stream option is the Yahoo Sports app (available on iOS and Google Play). Verizon recently inked a five-year streaming deal with the NFL that is set to continue this weekend. All you need to do is download the app and enable location services on your phone to live stream the NFL playoffs!

There are variety of alternate ways to find a Philadelphia Eagles live stream. You can find a free NFL live stream if you are a Sling TV, DIRECTV NOW, YouTube TV, Hulu with Live TV, fuboTV or PlayStation Vue subscriber. More information on all of these incredible services and additional info about how to find an NFL football live stream for free below.

HOW CAN I LIVE STREAM NFL GAMES ON SLING TV?

You can download the Sling app for iOS/Apple devices, Android, Roku, Microsoft, Nexus player, ZTE or XBox One.

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HOW CAN I STREAM NFL GAMES ON YOUTUBE TV?

YouTube TV allows you to live stream ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, and more! The service also features unlimited DVR storage space, and your subscription includes six accounts for $35 per month, with each profile getting its own recommendations and other personalized settings. Plus, you can cancel anytime. YouTube TV is available for Google Chromecast, iPhone, iPad, and Android in select markets — including Chicago, Los Angeles, New York City, Philadelphia, and San Francisco — and is a service that’s offered to half of all U.S. households.

NFL Pro Bowl 2018 Live

NFL Pro Bowl 2018 Live TV: What time, channel is AFC vs. NFC All-Stars? (1/28/18) Livestream, how to watch online

Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger leads the AFC all-stars against the NFC all-stars in the Pro Bowl on Sunday. (Kirby Lee | USA TODAY Sports)

The AFC all-stars, led by quarterbacks Ben Roethlisberger and Derek Carr, meet the NFC all-stars, led by quarterbacks Drew Brees and Jared Goff, in the 2018 Pro Bowl at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida, on Sunday, January 28, 2018 (1/28/18).

Here’s what you need to know:

Who: AFC vs. NFC

What: 2018 Pro Bowl

Where: Camping World Stadium, Orlando

When: Sunday, Jan. 28, 2018

Time: 2:50 p.m. Eastern

TV: ABC, ESPN

Livestream: WatchESPN

Line: TBD

Baltimore Ravens linebacker C.J. Mosley has no problem discussing the gut-wrenching way his season ended.

He’s talked about it with family and friends for nearly a month and openly shared his thoughts with fellow Pro Bowl players this week.

At breakfast. In the locker room. On the practice field.

He’s also gotten plenty of sympathetic support.

After all, the New Orleans Saints, Minnesota Vikings and Jacksonville Jaguars know exactly how Mosley feels.

Players from all those teams are still trying to deal with the way they exited the postseason.

“You talk about it because that’s the life of the NFL,” Mosley said Thursday. “You fight and fight, and it always comes down to the last two minutes or the last play of the game.”

The Pro Bowl has become a gathering spot for the brokenhearted, a place to laugh, smile and joke through lingering disappointment.

Super Bowl 2018: 29 celebrity Philadelphia Eagles fans

Bradley Cooper. Pink. Questlove. Tara Reid. The list is long and impressive.

“When it’s the last game of the season, it definitely sticks with you a lot longer,” Mosley said. “It was tough, but you’ve got to live and learn from it. It just builds calluses, as Coach (John) Harbaugh says, and you try to redeem yourself next season.”

The Ravens looked as if they were headed to the playoffs in the final minute of the final game of the regular season. But Baltimore gave up a crushing, 49-yard touchdown pass with 44 seconds remaining and lost 31-27 loss to Cincinnati. The outcome put Buffalo in the playoffs for the first time since the 1999 season.

“I know they helped us out, but to have pretty much a home playoff game and lose to a team that’s not having a good year, that’s difficult,” Bills guard Richie Incognito said.

Incognito and other Pro Bowlers felt as if Baltimore’s stunning setback took a backseat to others in the playoffs.

New Orleans was poised to beat Minnesota in an NFC divisional game until Case Keenum completed a last-ditch heave to Stefon Diggs, who turned it into a 61-yard touchdown reception that gave the Vikings a 29-24 victory. Rookie safety Marcus Williams whiffed trying to tackle Diggs near the sideline.

“That’s tough to go and do that,” Incognito said. “You’re in and out of it in a game like New Orleans-Minnesota and then you lose it on the last play. That’s just demoralizing. That’s going to be in that kid’s head forever.”

It dominated conversation in Minnesota for a week — until the Vikings got thumped at Philadelphia while trying to become the first team in NFL history to make the Super Bowl in its home stadium.

“That’s why you keep doing things like this, try to enjoy the moment, live in the moment and actually try to get that game off your mind,” Vikings cornerback Xavier Rhodes said.

“I can’t tell you how long it’s going to take, but it’ll take very long if people keep asking me questions about the game. But eventually it’ll pass.

“We’ve got to look forward to next year and hopefully we’ll go to the Super Bowl.”

Tampa Bay defensive tackle Gerald McCoy said Minnesota’s loss was the toughest to watch in the postseason.

“You have that miracle catch and that happens in the NFC title game,” McCoy said. “That hurts. I think they just couldn’t get over the fact of how they won and it just didn’t carry over to the next game.”

Jacksonville will carry its collapse into next season, too.

The Jaguars had a 10-point lead at New England in the fourth quarter in the AFC title game. Tom Brady and the defending Super Bowl champs were so desperate to get back in the game that they turned to trick plays.

“You’ve got the champs on the ropes, everything’s flowing, you feel like you’re going to win the game, you’re out-physically them and then Tom Brady takes over,” Incognito said.

Incognito and several Jaguars defenders talked about the loss during breakfast this week, with Incognito identifying the session as “telling war stories about Tommy.”

All of them — the Jaguars, the Vikings, the Saints and the Ravens — could take solace in knowing it could be worse. The Atlanta Falcons blew a 28-3 lead to the Patriots in the Super Bowl last February.

“It’s takes a while,” Falcons safety Keanu Neal said. “You’ve got to forget, just get right. It takes a second. It’s going to hurt because the opportunity was there, but time heals everything.”

NFC vs. AFC

NFL Pro Bowl betting preview and odds: NFC vs. AFC

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The best players not taking part in this year’s Super Bowl – or most of them, at least – will converge on Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Fla., this Sunday as the AFC and NFC do battle in the latest edition of the Pro Bowl. This series couldn’t get much more even, with each conference having won 22 times in the series (not including three un-conferenced bowls that took place from 2015-17). The NFC will be looking for revenge after dropping a 20-13 decision in last year’s event; it was the lowest-scoring Pro Bowl since 1999, and might suggest that the days of 90-point game totals are long gone.

It will be a small consolation, but the Pittsburgh Steelers dominate the AFC roster with eight Pro Bowl participants, including six on offense. That list includes two names you might recognize – receiving superstar Antonio Brown and elite running back Le’Veon Bell. And as always, injury replacements are the story heading into this one; among the notable substitutions, Los Angeles Rams quarterback Jared Goff will participate in place of injured Eagles QB Carson Wentz, while Minnesota Vikings tight end Kyle Rudolph will take the field in place of Seattle Seahawks veteran Jimmy Graham.

TV: 3 p.m. ET, ESPN/ABC

LINE HISTORY: The NFC opened as three-point favorites over their rivals from the AFC and the total hit betting boards at a surprisingly low 70.5. Check out the complete line history here.

WEATHER REPORT: It could be a wet day at Camping World Stadium, with an 60 percent chance of rain and temperatures reaching the high-70s by kickoff. Wind will blow toward the north at 13 mph.

ABOUT THE AFC: Look for this team to throw the ball a ton, with Steelers legend Ben Roethlisberger joined by Chargers gunslinger Philip Rivers and Oakland QB Derek Carr. And boy, will those three guys love who they have lining up at receiver, with Brown joined by Houston Texans superstar DeAndre Hopkins, Indianapolis Colts sparkplug T.Y. Hilton, Miami Dolphins veteran Jarvis Landry and Chargers stud Keenan Allen. The team is even deeper at running back, with Bell sharing carries with Kansas City Chiefs rookie standout Kareem Hunt and Buffalo Bills superstar LeSean McCoy.

ABOUT THE NFC: Drew Brees makes his 11th career Pro Bowl appearance – both a testament to his sustained greatness, and an indictment of the Saints not getting to the Super Bowl more often. He’ll be joined under center by Goff and Seattle Seahawks star Russell Wilson. It’s an eclectic mix at wideout for the NFC, as out-of-nowhere sensation Adam Thielen of the Minnesota Vikings is joined by second-year stud Michael Thomas of the Saints, Davante Adams of the Packers and legendary Larry Fitzgerald of the Cardinals. And at running back, it doesn’t get much better than the trio of Todd Gurley, Alvin Kamara and Mark Ingram.

TRENDS:

* The AFC and NFC had played to the over in four straight meetings and five of the last six prior to last year’s result, which went a whopping 47 points below the total of 80.

* The underdog is 3-1 ATS in the past five AFC-NFC encounters; the 2011 edition was a pick ’em.

* Pro Bowl-winning teams have scored fewer than 30 points just three times in the past 15 years.

View a full list of betting trends for this matchup here.

COVERS CONSENSUS: Early consensus returns are showing the Covers public siding with the favorite NFC at a rate of 55 percent and 77 percent of early totals wagers are on the Over. View full consensus data here.

NFL Pro Bowl 2018

NFL Pro Bowl 2018: Time, TV channel, how to watch live stream online

Los Angeles Rams punter Johnny Hekker was named to his fifth NFL Pro Bowl after this season.

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Oregon State and pro football fans can tune into the NFL Pro Bowl this Sunday and look for Los Angeles Rams punter Johnny Hekker, a former Beavers star, who was named to his fifth post-season all-star game.

The 2018 Pro Bowl is the peak of the week-long celebration of all things NFL. It’s packed with everything from skills challenges to the Pro Bowl players competing in dodgeball.

Mike Tomlin and the Pittsburgh Steelers staff lead the AFC team and Sean Payton and the New Orleans Saints staff will lead the NFC team.

The series between the NFC and AFC is tied 22-22 after the AFC’ won in 2017, when the format returned to conference vs. conference. Pro Bowl teams were determined by player drafts from 2014 to 2016.

Want to the watch? Check out the details:

What: AFC vs. NFC in 2018 NFL Pro Bowl.

When: Sunday, Jan. 28, at noon Pacific time.

Where: Camping World Stadium, Orlando, Fla.

TV channel: ESPN (Comcast 35/735, DirecTV 206).

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When is Super Bowl 2018? Date, time, location, TV channel

Super Bowl 52 is set.

The New England Patriots are (again) back in the big game, where they’ll face the Philadelphia Eagles on Super Sunday.

When is Super Bowl LII and where is it?

Super Bowl 52 (LII) is Sunday, Feb. 4, 2018 at U.S. Bank Stadium (home of the Minnesota Vikings) in Minneapolis, Minn. The Twin Cities last played host to the Big Game 26 years ago, when Washington beat Buffalo 37-24 at the Metrodome in Super Bowl XXVI.

The game kicks off at 3:30 p.m. PT and will be broadcast on NBC, with Al Michaels (play-by-play), Cris Collinsworth (analyst), Michele Tafoya and Heather Cox (sideline reporters).

Arsenal vs. Chelsea

Arsenal vs. Chelsea: Preview, Live Stream, TV Info for Carabao Cup

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Arsenal and Chelsea face off for the third time in January as they clash in the delicately poised Carabao Cup semi-final second leg on Wednesday.

The pair, who will clash at the Emirates Stadium, were inseparable in the first leg at Stamford Bridge as they held one another to a 0-0 draw. They also drew 2-2 on the Gunners’ home turf when they met in the Premier League on January 3.

Read on for a closer look at the contest, but first here are the viewing details you need to catch the action:

 Date: Wednesday, January 24

Time: 8 p.m. GMT/3 p.m. ET

TV: Sky Sports (UK), ESPN3 USA

Live Stream:  Sky Go (UK), WatchESPN (USA)

Preview

After remaining goalless in the first leg, a score draw in this fixture would hand Chelsea the advantage thanks to the away goals rule, though in the Carabao Cup, it only applies after extra time has been played.

Both sides warmed up for the match with impressive wins on Saturday, when Chelsea put four past Brighton & Hove Albion and Arsenal did the same against Crystal Palace.

The Gunners were 4-0 up after just 22 minutes against the Eagles, earning praise from James Olley of the London Evening Standard: 

@JamesOlley

HT 4-0 #afc Palace were blown away by a lightning start from Arsenal. They seem to be enjoying their football for the first time in a while. Ozil has added plenty of finesse. #afc are good to watch – hasn’t been the case too often recently.

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Palace eventually pulled one back in the second half, but it was nevertheless an excellent performance from Arsenal and an important one without star forward Alexis Sanchez, per ESPN FC’s Mattias Karen:

@MattiasKaren

Well, the post-Sanchez era is off to a pretty good start at the Emirates. #ARSCRY

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The showing will serve as a confidence boost ahead of the Chelsea clash and demonstrates what the team are still capable of without the Chile international.

The Blues should prove to be much sterner opponents than the Eagles were, though, and their win at the Amex Stadium was only the third time Brighton have been beaten there in the Premier League this season.

Most impressive of all for Chelsea was Eden Hazard, who played a key role in the victory. Vaishali Bhardwaj of the London Evening Standard singled him out after the match:

@VaiBhardwaj

Eden Hazard has been a real menace for Chelsea today. His runs from deep, his two goals and the way he has combined with his teammates has inspired #CFC on a day where they didn’t have six players available because of either injury or suspension.

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If the Belgium international is in similarly excellent form on Wednesday, he’ll be extremely difficult to contain.

The Gunners will need to make full use of home advantage or their cup run will come to a disappointing end.

Burnley vs. Manchester United

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Manchester United travels to face Burnley on Saturday (10 a.m. ET, NBC Sports Network). Manchester United is a -189 money-line favorite, meaning you would have to wager $189 to win $100. The over-under, or total number of goals oddsmakers think will be scored, is 2, unchanged from the open.

Before you bet on Manchester United vs. Burnley, you need to see what renowned European soccer expert David Sumpter has to say.

Sumpter is an applied mathematician who wrote Soccermatics, the book that shows how math works inside the beautiful game. Together with experienced analysts, Professor Sumpter developed the powerful “Soccerbot” model.

Sumpter’s “Soccerbot” reads current odds and team performance data, calculates key metrics and predicts upcoming matches.

 

In its debut week on SportsLine, the model went 4-1 against the spread in its five featured English Premier League games. That was no fluke, either. In the 2.5 seasons since it was born, the Soccerbot is up 1,800 percent on bookmakers’ closing odds. That’s right — 1,800 percent!

Among the winners: The math professor’s model nailed Liverpool (+.5 goals) vs. Manchester City and Leicester City (+1.5 goals) at Chelsea.

Now, the Soccerbot has set its sights on the EPL fixture between Manchester United and Burnley, and its picks are in. You can see them over at SportsLine.

The model likes the total going over, but what about betting the money line and against the spread?

Sumpter knows this is the perfect opportunity for Manchester United to put pressure on Manchester City. The Red Devils are now just 12 points behind the Premier League leaders and will be gunning for their third consecutive league victory Saturday.

The Red Devils have kept a clean sheet in each of their past three Premier League fixtures since conceding twice against Burnley at Old Trafford on Boxing Day.

Burnley, meanwhile, sits in seventh place in the standings, five points behind Arsenal. The Clarets have not found the back of the net in four of their past six Premier League matches and have lost their past two home league games by a combined score of 5-1.

But just because Manchester United is in better form as of late doesn’t mean it will cover the spread against Burnley.

Burnley has held United to a draw in two of their past three Premier League meetings, including a thrilling 2-2 final at Old Trafford earlier this season.

Sumpter’s model has identified strong value on the money line and against the spread.

So which side should you back in the Burnley-Manchester United game Saturday?Visit SportsLine now to see which side of Burnley-Manchester United you need to be all over, all from an expert whose model has made an incredible 1800 percent return on the bookmakers’ closing odds, and find out.

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While the game won’t count for much other than a chance for the coaches to scout players, it’s useful for us to know a little bit about the team we’ll be watching face off with the Panthers. For that, let’s turn to our friends from Battle Red Blog to see what they expect from the Texans this year.

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Soccer  2018

Even Time: 10:00a ET

Saturday, January 20, 2018

Notable free agent additions: None

Notable free agent departures: A.J. Bouye, Vince Wilfork (retirement)

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Trades: Brock Osweiler to Cleveland, trade up in the first round for DeShaun Watson with Cleveland, trade into fourth round for Carlos Watkins with Cleveland

Draft picks expected to contribute as rookies

DeShaun Watson, Zach Cunningham, D’Onta Foreman, and Carlos Watkins will all likely see the field throughout their rookie year. Watson of course is the quarterback of the future, but look for Cunningham and Foreman to carve out big roles this season as a nickel linebacker and short yardage back, respectively. Watkins will likely see plenty of snaps as a rotational interior pass rusher behind J.J. Watt and Jadeveon Clowney.

Biggest offseason addition

DeShaun Watson, hands down. Anytime your team adds a potential franchise quarterback, it’s automatically the biggest move of the offseason. Whether it was through free agency last year with Osweiler or through the draft this year for Watson, the Texans have been ultra-aggressive in their approach to finding a capable signal caller in the post-Matt Schaub era. Hopefully Watson will finally be the guy to end their arduous search.

Biggest storyline heading into training camp

Who will start at quarterback on opening day? Tom Savage and DeShaun Watson will both compete for the job, though Savage has the early leg up in the competition due to his experience. If Watson shows up to camp and flashes something special early, however, we may see him start sooner than anyone previously anticipated.

Under-the-radar storyline heading into training camp

When will DeAndre Hopkins and Jadeveon Clowney be signed to contract extensions? The Texans have quite a bit of free cap space at the moment with A.J. Bouye taking his talents to Jacksonville instead of staying in Houston, so presumably all of that money – 29.8 million to be exact – will be set aside to keep Hopkins and Clowney on the team long term. Both players seem optimistic about deals getting done, with Hopkins the more likely candidate to be extended this offseason, but until the ink has dried on both contracts there will still be some apprehensiveness among Texans fans about the situation.

Notable injuries heading into training camp

No star players have sustained any major injuries this offseason so far, though J.J. Watt’s recovery from last offseason’s back ailments still loom large over the organization. As long as Watt is healthy and ready to hit the ground running in August, expect the Texans to be an elite defense yet again in 2017. If he still needs more time to “get right”, however, it may be another slow start for him this September as the training staff eases him back into a full time workload.

Despite practicing indoors, the Cardinals stuck with their regular game plan, going through individual position work and various situational drills. Coach Dan Quinn said he was glad to see his team focused and motivated during their final full practice before their first preseason game at Miami on Thursday at 7 p.m. ET

Friends, let your hearts be light, for we have nearly reached the first preseason game. We can talk about the things we see on the field for weeks, and savor it like a steak dinner. Assuming you like steak. It also means we’ll be talking about the game live, breaking down the position battle implications of what we see, and praying for a zero injuries for Atlanta. Nothing new there, but it’s going to feel good to get right back into the swing of it.