Matthew Freedman and Ian Hartitz break down the NFL Pro Bowl from both betting and DFS angles (but with a much heavier emphasis on DFS). The guys break down the Pro Bowl’s peculiar set of rules changes, including a mandate that at least one tight end must be on the field at all times, and that defenses must always play 4-3 base defense. They also break down positional trends, DFS Captain and stacking strategies, and advise taking the under if you’re one of the degenerates who is brave enough to bet the Pro Bowl.
Pro Bowl Rosters (2:10)
Rules, History & Randomness (3:46)
Game Trends (8:40)
Positional Trends (14:18)
DFS Strategy (30:06)
Betting the Pro Bowl (37:17)
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