NFL Pro Bowl flag football final score, highlights: Skills events fuel NFC to second-straight all-star win over AFC

There’s not much better than beating your older brother. Twice. 

Once again, Eli Manning and the NFC take down Peyton Manning and the AFC in the NFL Pro Bowl with a score of 64-59.

The skills events are what sealed the deal. The NFC won Madden head-to-head, move the chains, gridiron gauntlet, tug of war and best catch on Sunday for 18 total points. While the AFC won the flag football game handily, 50-34, it earned only nine extra Pro Bowl points with wins in the kick-tac-toe, high stakes and dodgeball.

The AFC had a chance to walk it off, having interception a pass right in front of the end zone with three minutes left. They couldn’t drive it back for a score, unfortunately, despite a strong game from rookie CJ Stroud and Keenan Allen. The two couldn’t connect on the final fourth down.

For Baker Mayfield, he capped off the best year of his career with offensive MVP honors. He found two touchdowns during the second half, which included a connection with former Oklahoma teammate CeeDee Lamb. Demario Davis earned the Pro Bowl’s defensive MVP.

The Sporting News tracked live updates and highlights from all three flag football games. Scroll below for complete coverage.

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Pro Bowl flag football Game 1 score

  Opening score Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 F
AFC 9 12 26 6 6 59
NFC 12 7 17 19 9 64

Pro Bowl flag football score, results and highlights

All times Eastern.

Final: AFC 59, NFC 64

5:50 p.m. – Stroud’s pass to Allen on fourth down is no good! The NFC wins its second straight Pro Bowl.

5:40 p.m. – It’s picked! Mayfield is intercepted in front of the goal line by Hamilton. With just under three minutes remaining, the AFC needs to score for a chance to win the Pro Bowl games.

5:29 p.m. – The AFC is stopped! They fail to put up a touchdown with Stroud back at the helm.

AFC 59, NFC 64

5:23 p.m. TOUCHDOWN – Flip the switch and it’s an NFC lead once again! Mayfield finds Gibbs for the six points.

AFC 59, NFC 58

5:20 p.m. TOUCHDOWN – Quick work for Minshew and Allen! They combine for a touchdown to lead early in the final quarter. It’s only for one point, though, as the conversion fails.

AFC. 53, NFC 58

5:13 p.m. – Another skills win for the NFC. This time, it’s a tug-of-war victory in two rounds.

End of third quarter: AFC 53, NFC 55

AFC 53, NFC 55

4:50 p.m. TOUCHDOWN – That’s an Oklahoma touchdown. Mayfield connects with his former teammate Lamb for the NFC lead. The now-Cowboy gets his third score of the night. A one-point conversion makes it a two-point lead.

AFC 53, NFC 48

4:52 p.m. TOUCHDOWN – Minshew with his first touchdown of the game! The AFC retakes the lead, though it fails to convert for two extra points.

4:49 p.m. – That’s another turnover for the NFC. Gardner picks it off Smith on 4th and goal to keep Eli Manning’s crew at bay.

AFC 47, NFC 48

4:41 p.m. – The NFC takes the lead after a handful of skills event wins, including Best Catch, Madden head-to-head and two Gridiron Gauntlets.

Halftime: AFC 47, NFC 36

AFC 47, NFC 36

4:09 p.m. – Lamb puts up his second score of the game as time nearly expires. Eli Manning’s squad goes for a one-point conversion, but it’s no good. The NFC is still within striking distance, trailing, of course, by 11.

AFC 47, NFC 30

4:06 p.m. PICK SIX – Smith is intercepted, and Surtain takes it in for the finish! The first pick six of this year’s flag football game goes to the AFC. No brakes for them.

AFC 41, NFC 30

4:03 p.m. TOUCHDOWN – Words that may never be uttered again: Allen has a touchdown pass. He finds Engram deep in the end zone to put up one of the best plays of the game. The AFC goes for the two-point conversion and get it. Another 11-point lead for Peyton Manning and Co.

AFC 33, NFC 30

3:55 p.m. TOUCHDOWN – Don’t get too comfortable. St. Brown makes the touchdown look easy, while Metcalf gets the two-point conversion. The game is within three now.

AFC 33, NFC 22

3:52 p.m. TOUCHDOWN – He’s a rookie, yet it doesn’t get better than Stroud. He finds Chase on a bullseye for the Bengal’s second touchdown of the game. It’s an 11-point lead for the AFC now.

3:48 p.m. – We have an interception! Hurts is picked off in the end zone by a one-handed Denzel Ward to deny the NFC a go-ahead touchdown.

3:45 p.m. – The AFC gets a penalty for the fake blitz, but Ray Lewis argues players are allowed to do so in the changed rules of flag football. No denying the passion from the DC, even as he’s waved off.

AFC 27, NFC 22

3:39 p.m TOUCHDOWN – It takes no time at all for the rookie! He finds Keenan Allen for six.

3:38 p.m. – Stroud steps up for the AFC in their first possession of the second quarter.

AFC 21, NFC 22

3:31 p.m. – It’s a landslide win for the NFC. Three points to Eli Manning.

3:30 p.m. – It’s time to Move the Chains. The competition between the first and second quarter will add three points to the winning conference.

End of first quarter: AFC 21, NFC 19

AFC 21, NFC 19

3:22 p.m. TOUCHDOWN – A quick six to Chase gives AFC the lead!

3:20 p.m. – Lamb to Hurts? The WR to QB combo doesn’t quite work as the ball soars just over the Eagle. A for effort.

3:14 p.m. – As a reminder, each touchdown is worth six points. Teams can add one more point with a five-yard conversion or two points with a 10-yard conversion.

AFC 15, NFC 19

3:10 p.m. TOUCHDOWN – CeeDee for the TD! The NFC retakes the lead with an immediate touchdown and a 10-yard conversion, good for two extra points.

AFC 15, NFC 12

3:08 p.m. TOUCHDOWN – The Dolphins connect right where they left on. Six points on the board for the AFC thanks to Tagovailoa and Hill.

3:05 p.m. – The score begins 12-9 NFC due to results of the skills competition.

What channel is the Pro Bowl flag football game on today?

  • TV channel: ESPN | ABC | Disney XD
  • Live stream: ESPN app, Fubo

This year’s NFL Pro Bowl games will conclude with three flag football games broadcast on ABC, ESPN and Disney XD. Scott Van Pelt and Dan Orlovsky will call the event for the first time.

Cord-cutters can find the flag football game on the ESPN app or Fubo, which offers a free trial.

Pro Bowl flag football start time 2024

  • Date: Sunday, Feb. 4
  • Time: 3 p.m. ET

The Pro Bowl’s flag football game begins at 3 p.m. ET on Feb. 4. It follows Sunday’s other events, the Madden head-to-head game, Gridiron Gauntlet, Tug-of-War and Move the Chains.

Where is the Pro Bowl 2024?

  • City: Orlando, Florida
  • Stadium: Camping World Stadium

The 2024 Pro Bowl games return to Orlando, Florida, after two years in Las Vegas. Camping World Stadium will host all the NFL’s events like it did for four years.

AFC Pro Bowl roster 2024

Player Position Team
Tua Tagovailoa QB Dolphins
Lamar Jackson** QB Ravens
Patrick Mahomes* QB Chiefs
CJ Stroud QB Texans
Gardner Minshew II QB Colts
Raheem Mostert RB Dolphins
James Cook RB Bills
Derrick Henry RB Titans
Alec Ingold FB Dolphins
Tyreek Hill WR Dolphins
Amari Cooper** WR Browns
Keenan Allen WR Chargers
Ja’Marr Chase WR Bengals
Stefon Diggs WR Bills
Travis Kelce* TE Chiefs
David Njoku TE Ravens
Evan Engram TE Jaguars
Laremy Tunsil T Texans
Dion Dawkins T Bills
Terron Armstead T Dolphins
Quenton Nelson G Colts
Joel Bitonio** G Browns
Joe Thuney* G Chiefs
Kevin Zeitler G Ravens
Wyatt Teller G Browns
Creed Humphrey* C Chiefs
Tyler Linderbaum C Ravens
Ryan Kelly C Colts
Myles Garrett DE Browns
Maxx Crosby** DE Raiders
Trey Hendrickson DE Bengals
Will Anderson Jr. DE Texans
Chris Jones* DT Chiefs
Quinnen Williams DT Jets
Justin Madubuike DT Ravens
DeForest Buckner DT Colts
TJ Watt** LB Steelers
Khalil Mack** LB Chargers
Josh Allen LB Jaguars
Roquan Smith LB Ravens
Patrick Queen LB Ravens
Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah LB Browns
Jermaine Johnson LB Jets
Pat Surtain II CB Broncos
Sauce Gardner CB Jets
Jalen Ramsey CB Dolphins
Denzel Ward CB Browns
Justin Simmons S Broncos
Minkah Fitzpatrick S Steelers
Kyle Hamilton S Ravens
Ross Matiscik LS Jaguars
AJ Cole P Raiders
Justin Tucker K Ravens
Marvin Mims Jr. KR Broncos
Miles Killebrew ST Steelers

* – Not playing due to Super Bowl berth

** – Not playing due to injury

NFC Pro Bowl roster 2024

Player Position Team
Brock Purdy* QB 49ers
Dak Prescott** QB Cowboys
Matthew Stafford** QB Rams
Jalen Hurts QB Eagles
Baker Mayfield QB Buccaneers
Geno Smith QB Seahawks
Christian McCaffrey* RB 49ers
D’Andre Swift RB Eagles
Kyren Williams RB Rams
Jahmyr Gibbs RB Lions
Kyle Juszczyk* FB 49ers
CJ Ham FB Vikings
CeeDee Lamb WR Cowboys
AJ Brown** WR Eagles
Mike Evans** WR Buccaneers
Puka Nacua WR Rams
Amon-Ra St. Brown WR Lions
DK Metcalf WR Seahawks
George Kittle* TE 49ers
Sam LaPorta TE Lions
Jake Ferguson TE Cowboys
Trent Williams* T 49ers
Lane Johnson T Eagles
Penei Sewell T Lions
Tristan Wirfs T Buccaneers
Zack Martin** G Cowboys
Chris Lindstrom G Falcons
Landon Dickerson G Eagles
Tyler Smith G Cowboys
Jason Kelce C Eagles
Frank Ragnow C Lions
Nick Bosa* DE 49ers
Montez Sweat DE Bears
Aidan Hutchinson DE Lions
Demarcus Lawrence DE Cowboys
Aaron Donald** DT Rams
Dexter Lawrence DT Giants
Javon Hargrave* DT 49ers
Derrick Brown DT Panthers
Kenny Clark DT Packers
Micah Parsons LB Cowboys
Danielle Hunter LB Vikings
Haason Reddick LB Eagles
Fred Warner* LB 49ers
Bobby Wagner LB Seahawks
Demario Dais LB Saints
DaRon Bland CB Cowboys
Charvarius Ward* CB 49ers
Jaylon Johnson CB Bears
Devon Witherspoon CB Seahawks
Darius Slay CB Eagles
Jessie Bates S Falcons
Budda Baker S Cardinals
Julian Love S Seahawks
Andrew DePaola LS Vikings
Bryan Anger P Cowboys
Brandon Aubrey K Cowboys
Rashid Shaheed KR Saints
Jalen Reeves-Maybin** ST Lions
Nick Bellore ST Seahawks

* – Not playing due to Super Bowl berth

** – Not playing due to injury

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