It’s the event every player wants to be selected to but doesn’t want to attend because it means your team didn’t make the Super Bowl.
The San Francisco 49ers have a plethora of talent who could be voted to represent the team and the NFC.
Whether they attend or not is yet to be determined.
Last season, the Niners had seven members head to Las Vegas to compete with the NFC in a glorified skills competition and flag football game.
On offense, running back Christian McCaffrey, fullback Kyle Juszczyk, tight end George Kittle and left tackle Trent Williams all were voted in by the fans. EDGE Nick Bosa, linebacker Fred Warner and safety Talanoa Hufanga represented the defense.
The Pro Bowl has seen multiple changes over the past few years, most notably the flag football game. Historically, during the Pro Bowl game, players never went full out. Understandable, considering it’s just a fun event where you might be getting a bonus and you can hang out with your family and other friends from around the league.
Making the Pro Bowl a flag football game is actually a good change. It saves the players from injuries, it gets them to loosen up more and actually just be more competitive than they might have been in the past. Plus, it’s cool to see your favorite players run around and be kids just like you probably did in grade school.
Let's start off with the offensive Pro Bowler predictions.