Pro Bowl 2012: Time, Schedule And More

The 2012 NFL Pro Bowl will take place on Sunday, January 29. The annual football All-Star competition will take place in Aloha Stadium in Hawaii.

The AFC team's starting quarterback Ben Roethlisberger will square off against the NFC team, led by Aaron Rodgers. On paper, it looks like the NFC would have an advantage in the passing game, with Rodgers and backup quarterbacks Drew Brees and Cam Newton looking to hook up with targets like Larry Fitzgerald, Steve Smith, Jimmy Graham, Tony Gonzalez and Greg Jennings. Meanwhile, the AFC running game includes weapons like Maurice Jones-Drew and WIllis McGahee. It's certainly going to be interesting to watch all the different pairings of players that spent the 2011 season going toe-to-toe.


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Time: Kickoff is scheduled for 7:00 PM EST on Sunday.

TV: The game will be carried nationally on NBC. Your announcers will be Dan Hicks on play-by-play, Mike Mayock and Doug Flutie on color commentary and Alex Flanagan and Randy Moss as the sideline reporters.

For updates leading up to the Pro Bowl and the Super Bowl, stick with SB Nation's NFL hub.

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