The 2022 Pro Bowl will be the National Football League all-star game for the 2021 NFL season. It is scheduled to be played at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada on February 6, 2022.
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Pro Bowl List 2022: Roaster, Players, Predictions, Alternatives
|Kansas City Chiefs||6|
|Los Angeles Chargers||6|
|Las Vegas Raiders||3|
The league awarded the game to Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada, as a make-up for the 2021 Pro Bowl, which was originally scheduled to be held in that stadium before the COVID-19 pandemic forced alternative festivities to take place instead of an actual game.
With the league expanding the regular season from a 16-game schedule to 17 games, the Pro Bowl was moved from the last weekend in January to the first weekend in February
The Indianapolis Colts had the most selections with seven. The Kansas City Chiefs and Los Angeles Chargers were next with six each. Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady was selected to his record 15th Pro Bowl.
Brady is coming off a poor performance in Week 15 on Sunday Night Football that ended in zero points and a 47.6 PFF grade, but it is just one of a few bad outings from his 2020 season. In fact, it was over 15 grading points lower than his next worst.
His 90.0 PFF grade still ranks No. 2 in the NFL and when it comes to PFF WAR, Brady still holds the top spot. The “Brady for MVP” campaign took a big hit this past weekend, but it’s still very much alive.
One of the biggest breakout players of the 2021 season is none other than Patterson, who is in his ninth season in the NFL.
Patterson has always been considered an elite kick returner but has struggled to consistently find a role on the offense. In his first year in Atlanta, Patterson has finally done so, as he has moved to the backfield.
- Cordarrelle Patterson, Atlanta Falcons (86.0)
- James Conner, Arizona Cardinals (80.9)
- Leonard Fournette, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (74.8)