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Aloha Stadium will host the 2013-14 Pro Bowl this Sunday from Honolulu, Hawaii. In past years, the matchup was between players from the AFC and NFC. This year, the NFL decided to do away with the non-conference affair and have a fantasy draft with all of the players from both conferences. 

The teams will be called Team Rice and Team Sanders after NFL Hall of Famers Jerry Rice and Deion Sanders. The pair drafted the team earlier this week over a two-day span.  
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Oddsmakers open this game as a pick ‘em but early action has made Team Rice a 1 ½-point favorite over
Team Sanders. 

The Pro Bowl has been known as an easy ‘over’ ticket the past couple years due to a lack of effort from the defensive players.

After the 2012 installment when the AFC defeated the NFC 59-41, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell talked about ending the exhibition. The closing total on this game was 75.  

The players insisted on putting up more of a fight last year and they did, but the two teams still put up a combined 97 points on the board. The closing total on this matchup was 79 ½ points. 
This year, bookmakers were well aware of the trend from the defensive players and they opened with a total of 95. As of Saturday evening, that number has dropped nearly a touchdown and is sitting at 89 ½ points. Putting up triple digits is certainly possible but somebody doesn’t believe so. 

Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m. ET wtih NBC providing national coverage. 

Listed below are the players available for each team and the outcomes of the previous Pro Bowls. 

TEAM RICE

Offensive Players  

Drew Brees, New Orleans QB    
Philip Rivers, San Diego QB    
Alex Smith, Kansas City  QB     
Matt Forte, Chicago  RB     
LeSean McCoy, Philadelphia RB    
DeMarco Murray, Dallas RB     
Mike Tolbert, Carolina FB     
Josh Gordon, Cleveland WR    
Brandon Marshall, Chicago WR      
Larry Fitzgerald, Arizona  WR     
Alshon Jeffery, Chicago  WR     
Jimmy Graham, New Orleans TE     
Tony Gonzalez, Atlanta TE      
Jordan Gross, Carolina T      
Tyron Smith,  Dallas T      
Joe Thomas, Cleveland T      
Jahri Evans,  New Orleans G      
Ben Grubbs, New Orleans G      
Evan Mathis,  Philadelphia G     
Ryan Kalil, Carolina C      
Nick Mangold, New York Jets   C      

Defensive Players
Robert Quinn, St. Louis DE     
Cameron Jordan, New Orleans DE      
Cameron Wake, Miami DE      
Kyle Williams, Buffalo DT      
Jason Hatcher, Dallas DT      
Marcell Dareus, Buffalo DT      
Robert Mathis, Indianapolis OLB      
Justin Houston, Kansas City OLB      
John Abraham, Arizona OLB      
Vontaze Burfict, Cincinnati ILB      
Derrick Johnson, Kansas City ILB      
Alterraun Verner,  Tennessee CB      
Joe Haden,  Cleveland CB      
Brandon Flowers, Kansas City CB 
Jairus Byrd,  Buffalo  FS      
Antrel Rolle, New York Giants FS      
Eric Reid,  San Francisco CB       

Special Teams Players
Stephen Gostkowski,  New England PK      
Johnny Hekker, St. Louis P      
Dexter McCluster, Kansas City PR      
Justin Bethel, Arizona  ST     
Matt Overton, Indianapolis LS    

TEAM SANDERS

Offensive Players
Nick Foles, Philadelphia  QB     
Cam Newton, Carolina  QB      
Andrew Luck, Indianapolis QB      
Jamaal Charles, Kansas City RB     
Eddie Lacy, Green Bay RB     
Alfred Morris, Washington RB     
Marcel Reece, Oakland FB     
A.J. Green, Cincinnati WR      
Dez Bryant, Dallas WR    
Antonio Brown, Pittsburgh WR      
DeSean Jackson, Philadelphia WR    
Jason Witten, Dallas TE     
Jordan Cameron, Cleveland TE      
Branden Albert, Kansas City T     
Duane Brown, Houston T     
Trent Williams, Washington T     
Marshal Yanda, Baltimore  G      
Logan Mankins, New England  G      
Kyle Long, Chicago G      
Mike Pouncey, Miami C      
Alex Mack, Cleveland C     

Defensive Players
J.J. Watt, Houston DE      
Mario Williams, Buffalo DE      
Greg Hardy, Carolina DE 
Ndamukong Suh, Detroit DT      
Gerald McCoy, Tampa Bay DT      
Tamba Hali, Kansas City OLB     
Terrell Suggs, Baltimore OLB      
Brian Orakpo, Washington OLB     
Luke Kuechly, Carolina ILB 
Patrick Peterson, Arizona CB      
Darrelle Revis, Tampa Bay CB      
Brent Grimes, Miami CB      
Tim Jennings, Chicago CB      
Eric Berry, Kansas City SS      
T.J. Ward, Cleveland SS      
Eric Weddle, San Diego FS       

Special Teams Players
Justin Tucker, Baltimore K    
Brandon Fields, Miami P     
Cordarrelle Patterson, Minnesota  KR    
Matthew Slater, New England ST
J.J. Jansen, Carolina LS      

Pro Bowl Results (1971-2013)

2013 - NFC 62, AFC 35
2012 - AFC 59, NFC 41
2011 - NFC 55, AFC 41
2010 - AFC 41, NFC 34
2009 - NFC 30, AFC 21
2008 - NFC 42, AFC 30
2007 - AFC 31, AFC 28
2006 - NFC 23, AFC 17
2005 - AFC 38, NFC 27
2004 - NFC 55, AFC 52
2003 - AFC 45, NFC 20
2002 - AFC 38, NFC 30
2001 - AFC 38, NFC 17
2000 - NFC 51, AFC 31
1999 - AFC 23, NFC 10
1998 - AFC 29, NFC 24
1997 - AFC 26, NFC 23, OT
1996 - NFC 20, AFC 13
1995 - AFC 41, NFC 13
1994 - NFC 17, AFC 3
1993 - AFC 23, NFC 20, OT
1992 - NFC 21, AFC 15
1991 - AFC 23, NFC 21
1990 - NFC 27, AFC 21
1989 - NFC 34, AFC 3
1988 - AFC 15, NFC 6
1987 - AFC 10, NFC 6
1986 - NFC 28, AFC 24
1985 - AFC 22, NFC 14
1984 - NFC 45, AFC 3
1983 - NFC 20, AFC 19
1982 - AFC 16, NFC 13
1981 - NFC 21, AFC 7
1980 - NFC 37, AFC 27
1979 - NFC 13, AFC 7
1978 - NFC 14, AFC 13
1977 - AFC 24, NFC 14
1976 - NFC 23, AFC 20
1975 - NFC 17, AFC 10
1974 - AFC 15, NFC 13
1973 - AFC 33, NFC 28
1972 - AFC 26, NFC 13
1971 - NFC 27, AFC 6

  
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