The first night of the NFL’s Pro Bowl Games is in the books with the AFC leading the NFC 9-3 after victories in precisions passing, longest drive and lightning round (including a water balloon toss). The NFC’s lone victory came in dodgeball, the main event of the night.
Throughout the night, we saw the four competitors for the “Best Catch” competition of the Pro Bowl Games. In the contest, the NFL brought up former quarterbacks Jimmy Clausen and Matt Leinart to throw creative passes to four Pro Bowlers:
Minnesota Vikings WR Justin Jefferson at the Eiffel Tower
You already know.#BestCatch @JJettas2— Minnesota Vikings (@Vikings) February 3, 2023
: 2023 #ProBowlGames on ESPN pic.twitter.com/AWgwb2CZtK
Denver Broncos CB Patrick Surtain on the zip line
It's a bird ... it's a plane ...— Denver Broncos (@Broncos) February 3, 2023
It's @PatSurtainll making the #BestCatch at the #ProBowlGames‼️
: ESPN pic.twitter.com/NyflR406H0
Buffalo Bills WR Stefon Diggs relaxing in the pool
Best hands AND best legs in the game. #BestCatch x #StefonDiggs— Buffalo Bills (@BuffaloBills) February 3, 2023
: ESPN pic.twitter.com/0dG7kUGjf8
Detroit Lions WR Amon-Ra St. Brown jumping into the pool
Turn him all the way— Detroit Lions (@Lions) February 3, 2023
RT to get @amonra_stbrown into the #BestCatch finals!#ProBowlGames | ESPN pic.twitter.com/iG6j0Az1Ds
The fan vote will decide the winner using #BestCatch and the name of the player you thought had the best catch of the four. You can vote in our entirely separate and unscientific poll here:
What was the best catch in the Pro Bowl Games?
This poll is closed
Amon-Ra St. Brown
The Pro Bowl Games finish up on Sunday with the best catch finale, gridiron gauntlet, move the chains, kick tac toe and the flag football game to close out the events.