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NFL Pro Bowl 2014: Live stream, TV game start time, odds for Pro Bowl game

Running back LeSean McCoy is looking to put up big numbers at the 2014 NFL Pro Bowl.
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NFL Pro Bowl 2014 live stream coverage will be available at the TV game start time. The 2014 Pro Bowl live stream will allow viewers to watch online and keep up with the game on their digital devices as well. According to updated odds on the game from Sunday (Jan. 26), Team Rice comes into the night as 1 1/2 point favorites. The over/under for the game also currently lies at 90 points, suggesting that the oddsmakers expect no defense in this game. NBC also reported on Saturday (Jan. 25), that Andrew Luck will be the starting quarterback for Team Sanders now.

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The format for the game has completely changed this year, with the initial rosters being decided in the familiar voting system. From there, though, constructing the rosters took a much different turn, as Deion Sanders and Jerry Rice were placed in charge of the two teams. The Hall of Fame players then took turns drafting players to help create more buzz and interest in the game itself. Now teammates will be playing against each other in this game, with some very interesting combinations of players residing on each side.

The 2014 NFL Pro Bowl live stream coverage is being provided by NBC through its Live Extra application. The league will be watching very closely to see if more fans tune in this year and give the game a bit more relevance than it has had in the past. There might be a real lack of defense on the field with no players from the Seattle Seahawks or San Francisco 49ers playing, but that should make it more fun for fans that love to see a lot of offense. The TV game time start is 7:30 p.m. ET, with all coverage provided by NBC this year.

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