The NFL’s Pro Bowl will be held from Feb. 7 to Feb. 13 in Santa Clara, California, and the games are slated to air on the network of NBC and CBS.
The games will feature the teams’ top offensive and defensive players and the NFL will hold a news conference on Thursday, Feb. 10.
The NFL announced a slate of games in 2018, with the NFC championship game set to be played at Soldier Field in Chicago on Jan. 7.
Here are some of the most anticipated Pro Bowl game times for 2019.
New Orleans Saints vs. Detroit Lions, Sunday, Feb 12, 9:15 p.m.
ET (NBC) New Orleans (3-1) at Detroit (2-2) The New Orleans Pelicans are coming off a 38-34 win over the New York Knicks on Wednesday and have a tough schedule ahead of them.
New Orleans also has a tough matchup in Detroit, where the Lions are 3-1 and have won six of seven.
Detroit has won five straight games and is 3-3 in its past eight road games.
Dallas Cowboys vs. New England Patriots, Sunday-Thursday, Feb 14, 4:15-8:15 pm ET (ESPN) Dallas (2.5-3) at New England (2)The Dallas Cowboys are looking to rebound from a loss at home to the Miami Dolphins last week.
The Patriots are coming to town with a bye in their first game of the season, which could come against the Cowboys.
A win for the Cowboys would go a long way to ensuring their first win over a playoff team since 2012.
Kansas City Chiefs at Philadelphia Eagles, Sunday and Thursday, Mar. 4, 7:30-9:30 p.c.
(NBCSN) Philadelphia (3.5) at Kansas City (2:25 p.s.m.)
Kansas, which won the AFC West last season, and Philadelphia are coming in as the two favorites to win the division.
Both teams are coming into the season having lost nine of their past 10 games.
Kansas is coming off an upset win over Indianapolis on Monday night, and a win would be a big boost for Andy Reid’s team.
Philadelphia has won 10 of its past 12 games, including five of its last six.
Arizona Cardinals at San Francisco 49ers, Sunday or Thursday, March 4, 4 p.l.m.-7 p.t.
(FOX) San Francisco (4.5 -2) at Arizona (1.5 p.p.m.), a rematch of last year’s game in Santa Barbara.
San Francisco will look to rebound after a 0-8 start to the season and get back on track.
This is one of the games that could be decided by the final minutes of the game.
Denver Broncos at New Orleans Jaguars, Sunday Sunday, Mar 3, 4-8 p.a.m., (ESPN3) Denver (2 -1) vs. Jacksonville (3 -1), a rematch in the 2016 NFC championship.
Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles has been held under 40 yards passing in two straight games.
Denver has not allowed a touchdown pass all season and the Broncos are coming back from their two-game losing streak.
Bortles is 6-1 against the Jaguars, with a touchdown and two interceptions.
Denver is coming into this game with a 2-1 record against the NFC West.
Seattle Seahawks at New York Jets, Sunday at 3:30 pm ET, (Fox) Seattle (1) and New York (2).
The Seattle Seahawks are coming from their bye week.
Seattle is coming in with a 1-3 record against AFC teams.
It will be the third time in four seasons that the Seahawks have faced an AFC team.
Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Los Angeles Rams, Sunday Saturday, Feb 20, 1:30 am-4:30am ET (FOX).
Jacksonville (1-3 – 1) at Los Angeles (2, 1).
This will be Jacksonville’s first visit to Los Angeles since 2012, when the Jaguars lost to the Rams.
After winning the NFC East last season with a 17-0 season, the Jaguars are coming home with a 6-4 record.
Los Angeles has won two of its first three games and has won four of its six.
This game is expected to be close.
Buffalo Bills at Green Bay Packers, Sunday Friday, Feb 21, 4 pm ET.
Green Bay (2), the home team for the Bills, has won three of its four games this season.
With two losses in a row and two losses against teams currently ranked in the top half of the NFL, Green Bay is coming to Buffalo as a 2.5 seed.
Wade Phillips, the Bills’ interim coach, has been in charge of the team’s second