2022 NFL Pro Bowl
1234 Total
NFC 138014 35
AFC 1414130 41
DateFebruary 6, 2022
StadiumAllegiant Stadium, Las Vegas, Nevada
Offensive MVPJustin Herbert, QB (Los Angeles Chargers)
Defensive MVPMaxx Crosby, DE (Las Vegas Raiders)
RefereeTony Corrente
National anthemTim Brown and the NFL Players Choir
Halftime showJabbawockeez
TV in the United States
NetworkESPN, ABC and Disney XD
AnnouncersSteve Levy, Brian Griese, Louis Riddick and Lisa Salters
Radio in the United States
NetworkWestwood One
AnnouncersRyan Radtke (play-by-play)
Tony Boselli (color commentator)
Amber Theoharis (sideline reporter)

The 2022 Pro Bowl was the National Football League all-star game for the 2021 NFL season. It was played at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada, on February 6, 2022.[1] ESPN, ABC and Disney XD had the national television rights.[2] Voting for the game started on November 16.[3] The entire roster was announced on December 22.[4][5][6][7] Mike Vrabel from the Tennessee Titans coached the AFC team, while Matt LaFleur from the Green Bay Packers coached the NFC team.[8] This was the last traditional Pro Bowl game, as the NFL announced a switch in format for the 2022 season that included several skill competitions and a flag football game.[9]


The league awarded the game to Allegiant Stadium, as a make-up for the 2021 Pro Bowl, which was originally scheduled to be held in that stadium before the COVID-19 pandemic forced alternative festivities to take place instead of an actual game. With the league expanding the regular season from a 16-game schedule to 17 games, the Pro Bowl was moved from the last weekend in January to the first weekend in February.[2]


Box score

2022 Pro Bowl: NFC at AFC
1 2 34Total
NFC 13 8 01435
AFC 14 14 13041

at Allegiant Stadium, Paradise, Nevada

Scoring summary
Quarter Time Drive Team Scoring information Score
Plays Yards TOP NFC AFC
1 12:00 AFC Interception returned 45 yards for touchdown by Shaquille Leonard, Justin Tucker kick good 0 7
1 9:57 4 39 1:53 NFC Kyle Juszczyk 14-yard touchdown reception from Kirk Cousins, Jake Elliott kick good 7 7
1 9:26 1 15 0:07 AFC Mark Andrews 15-yard touchdown reception from Justin Herbert, Justin Tucker kick good 7 14
1 0:00 NFC Interception returned 63 yards for touchdown by Antoine Winfield Jr., 2-point pass failed 13 14
2 14:48 AFC Fumble recovery returned 22 yards for touchdown by Myles Garrett, 2-point pass complete 13 22
2 10:41 7 35 3:46 NFC Mike Evans 19-yard touchdown reception from Kyler Murray, 2-point pass complete 21 22
2 5:01 4 53 2:08 AFC Mark Andrews 7-yard touchdown reception from Justin Herbert, 2-point run failed 21 28
3 7:24 13 95 7:36 AFC Hunter Renfrow 6-yard touchdown reception from Mac Jones, 2-point pass failed 21 34
3 1:39 7 28 4:17 AFC Stefon Diggs 4-yard touchdown run, Justin Tucker kick good 21 41
4 10:18 13 75 6:21 NFC Kyle Pitts 5-yard touchdown reception from Kyler Murray, Jake Elliott kick good 28 41
4 2:36 6 36 1:11 NFC Dalvin Cook 5-yard touchdown reception from Kyler Murray, Jake Elliott kick good 35 41
"TOP" = time of possession. For other American football terms, see Glossary of American football. 35 41

In the first quarter and a half, the NFC matched the AFC touchdown for touchdown, with the latter team leading by one due an unsuccessful two-point conversion after the NFC's second touchdown. After the AFC scored another touchdown before halftime, they continued to extend their lead in the third quarter with two more touchdowns, which gave them a 20-point lead at the end of that quarter. The NFC attempted a comeback, scoring 14 unanswered points in the fourth quarter, but the AFC took back and kept possession for the final two and a half minutes, securing their fifth consecutive Pro Bowl win.[10]


Statistics NFC AFC
First downs 18 19
Total yards 287 315
Rushes–yards 8–1 21–52
Passing yards 286 263
Passing: Comp–Att 33–54 25–38
Time of possession 28:11 31:49
Turnovers 5 3
Team Category Player Statistics
NFC Passing Kyler Murray 18/27, 160 yards, 3 TD, INT
Rushing Justin Jefferson 1 carry, 7 yards
Receiving Mike Evans 2 receptions, 50 yards, TD
AFC Passing Mac Jones 12/16, 112 yards, TD, INT
Rushing Nick Chubb 6 carries, 17 yards
Receiving Mark Andrews 5 receptions, 82 yards, 2 TD

Starting lineups

Starting lineups are based on the lineups provided in the gamebook for the game. The only exception, since neither team ran their first play on offense with a fullback, is the fullback has been swapped out for the additional tight end for the NFC and additional wide receiver for the AFC.

NFC Position AFC
Justin Jefferson WR Tyreek Hill
George Kittle TE Mark Andrews
D. J. Humphries LT Rashawn Slater
Ali Marpet LG Joel Bitonio
Ryan Jensen C Corey Linsley
Laken Tomlinson RG Wyatt Teller
Brian O'Neill RT Orlando Brown Jr.
Deebo Samuel WR Stefon Diggs
Kyler Murray QB Justin Herbert
Dalvin Cook RB Jonathan Taylor
Kyle Juszczyk FB Patrick Ricard
Cam Jordan DE Myles Garrett
Jonathan Allen DT DeForest Buckner
Javon Hargrave DT Cameron Heyward
Brian Burns DE Maxx Crosby
Chandler Jones OLB T. J. Watt
Micah Parsons MLB Shaquille Leonard
Robert Quinn OLB Matthew Judon
Budda Baker SS Derwin James
Harrison Smith FS Kevin Byard
Trevon Diggs CB J. C. Jackson
Darius Slay CB Xavien Howard

AFC roster


Position Starter(s) Reserve(s) Alternate(s)
Quarterback 10 Justin Herbert, LA Chargers 15 Patrick Mahomes, Kansas City
8 Lamar Jackson, Baltimore[b]
10 Mac Jones, New England[a]
Running back 28 Jonathan Taylor, Indianapolis 24 Nick Chubb, Cleveland
28 Joe Mixon, Cincinnati[d]
22 Najee Harris, Pittsburgh[a]
Fullback 42 Patrick Ricard, Baltimore
Wide receiver 10 Tyreek Hill, Kansas City
1 Ja'Marr Chase, Cincinnati[d]
14 Stefon Diggs, Buffalo
13 Keenan Allen, LA Chargers[b]
13 Hunter Renfrow, Las Vegas[a]
18 Diontae Johnson, Pittsburgh[a]
Tight end 89 Mark Andrews, Baltimore 87 Travis Kelce, Kansas City
Offensive tackle 70 Rashawn Slater, LA Chargers
57 Orlando Brown Jr., Kansas City
73 Dion Dawkins, Buffalo
Offensive guard 56 Quenton Nelson, Indianapolis[b]
75 Joel Bitonio, Cleveland
77 Wyatt Teller, Cleveland 76 Rodger Saffold, Tennessee[a]
Center 63 Corey Linsley, LA Chargers 78 Ryan Kelly, Indianapolis


Position Starter(s) Reserve(s) Alternate(s)
Defensive end 95 Myles Garrett, Cleveland
98 Maxx Crosby, Las Vegas
91 Trey Hendrickson, Cincinnati[d] 55 Frank Clark, Kansas City[a]
Defensive tackle 99 DeForest Buckner, Indianapolis
95 Chris Jones, Kansas City[b]
97 Cameron Heyward, Pittsburgh 98 Jeffery Simmons, Tennessee[a]
Outside linebacker 90 T. J. Watt, Pittsburgh
97 Joey Bosa, LA Chargers[b]
9 Matthew Judon, New England 58 Harold Landry, Tennessee[a]
Inside linebacker 53 Shaquille Leonard, Indianapolis 52 Denzel Perryman, Las Vegas
Cornerback 27 J. C. Jackson, New England
25 Xavien Howard, Miami
21 Denzel Ward, Cleveland
23 Kenny Moore II, Indianapolis
Free safety 31 Kevin Byard, Tennessee
Strong safety 33 Derwin James, LA Chargers 32 Tyrann Mathieu, Kansas City[C]

Special teams

Position Starter(s) Alternate(s)
Punter 6 A. J. Cole III, Las Vegas
Placekicker 9 Justin Tucker, Baltimore
Return specialist 13 Devin Duvernay, Baltimore
Special teams 18 Matthew Slater, New England
Long snapper 46 Luke Rhodes, Indianapolis
bold player who participated in game
(C) signifies the player has been selected as a captain
a Replacement player selection due to injury or vacancy
b Injured player; selected but did not participate
c Replacement Player; selected as reserve
d Selected but did not play because his team advanced to Super Bowl LVI (See Pro Bowl "Player Selection" section)
e Selected but chose not to participate
f Selected as starter, but relinquished that role

NFC roster


Position Starter(s) Reserve(s) Alternate(s)
Quarterback 12 Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay[b] 12 Tom Brady, Tampa Bay[f]
1 Kyler Murray, Arizona
8 Kirk Cousins, Minnesota[a]
3 Russell Wilson, Seattle[a]
Running back 33 Dalvin Cook, Minnesota 6 James Conner, Arizona
41 Alvin Kamara, New Orleans
Fullback 44 Kyle Juszczyk, San Francisco
Wide receiver 10 Cooper Kupp, LA Rams[d]
17 Davante Adams, Green Bay[b]
18 Justin Jefferson, Minnesota
19 Deebo Samuel, San Francisco
13 Mike Evans, Tampa Bay[a]
88 CeeDee Lamb, Dallas[a]
Tight end 85 George Kittle, San Francisco 8 Kyle Pitts, Atlanta
Offensive tackle 71 Trent Williams, San Francisco[b]
78 Tristan Wirfs, Tampa Bay[b]
77 Tyron Smith, Dallas[b] 76 Duane Brown, Seattle[a]
75 Brian O'Neill, Minnesota[a]
74 D. J. Humphries, Arizona[a]
Offensive guard 70 Zack Martin, Dallas[b]
75 Brandon Scherff, Washington[b]
74 Ali Marpet, Tampa Bay 73 Jonah Jackson, Detroit[a]
75 Laken Tomlinson, San Francisco[a]
Center 62 Jason Kelce, Philadelphia[b] 66 Ryan Jensen, Tampa Bay 50 Alex Mack, San Francisco[a]


Position Starter(s) Reserve(s) Alternate(s)
Defensive end 97 Nick Bosa, San Francisco[b]
53 Brian Burns, Carolina
94 Cameron Jordan, New Orleans 94 Josh Sweat, Philadelphia[a]
Defensive tackle 99 Aaron Donald, LA Rams[d]
93 Jonathan Allen, Washington
97 Kenny Clark, Green Bay[b] 97 Javon Hargrave, Philadelphia[a]
50 Vita Vea, Tampa Bay[a]
Outside linebacker 55 Chandler Jones, Arizona
94 Robert Quinn, Chicago
58 Shaquil Barrett, Tampa Bay
Inside linebacker 11 Micah Parsons, Dallas 54 Bobby Wagner, Seattle[b] 45 Devin White, Tampa Bay[a]
Cornerback 7 Trevon Diggs, Dallas
5 Jalen Ramsey, LA Rams[d]
2 Darius Slay, Philadelphia
23 Marshon Lattimore, New Orleans

9 Stephon Gilmore, Carolina[a]

Free safety 6 Quandre Diggs, Seattle[b] 31 Antoine Winfield Jr., Tampa Bay[a]
Strong safety 3 Budda Baker, Arizona 22 Harrison Smith, Minnesota

Special teams

Position Starter(s) Alternate(s)
Punter 5 Bryan Anger, Dallas
Placekicker 8 Matt Gay, LA Rams[d] 4 Jake Elliott, Philadelphia[a]
Return specialist 17 Jakeem Grant, Chicago
Special teams 48 J. T. Gray, New Orleans
Long snapper 47 Josh Harris, Atlanta
bold player who participated in game
(C) signifies the player has been selected as a captain
a Replacement player selection due to injury or vacancy
b Injured player; selected but did not participate
c Replacement player; selected as reserve
d Selected but did not play because his team advanced to Super Bowl LVI (See Pro Bowl "Player Selection" section)
e Selected but chose not to participate
f Selected but did not play due to initially retiring

Number of selections per team

American Football Conference
Team Selections
Baltimore Ravens 5
Buffalo Bills 2
Cincinnati Bengals 3
Cleveland Browns 5
Denver Broncos 0
Houston Texans 0
Indianapolis Colts 7
Jacksonville Jaguars 0
Kansas City Chiefs 7
Las Vegas Raiders 4
Los Angeles Chargers 6
Miami Dolphins 1
New England Patriots 4
New York Jets 0
Pittsburgh Steelers 4
Tennessee Titans 4
National Football Conference
Team Selections
Arizona Cardinals 4
Atlanta Falcons 2
Carolina Panthers 2
Chicago Bears 2
Dallas Cowboys 6
Detroit Lions 1
Green Bay Packers 3
Los Angeles Rams 4
Minnesota Vikings 5
New Orleans Saints 4
New York Giants 0
Philadelphia Eagles 5
San Francisco 49ers 7
Seattle Seahawks 4
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 9
Washington Football Team 2


The game was televised nationally in the United States by ESPN, and simulcast on ABC and Disney XD.[2]


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