NFL Pro Bowl skills competition live results: Updated standings, winners, highlights from 2024 AFC vs. NFC games

The NFC narrowly earned a win at the 2024 Pro Bowl Games, defeating the AFC 64-59, but the skills competitions were largely one-sided.

While the AFC made up ground in the flag football contest, the NFC managed win after win in individual skills contests  \and padded their lead every time the AFC cut into it on the field. 

The NFC won each skill competition other than dodgeball, high stakes, and kick-tac-toe, dominating in newly added tug-of-war on Sunday and showcasing strength in both the gridiron gauntlet and move-the-chains.

This Pro Bowl format makes each competition critical, so the points won by CeeDee Lamb’s Madden skills and Bryan Anger’s golf game can’t be ignored. Without wins in both of those competitions, the AFC would’ve walked away with a win.

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As the NFL tinkers with the lineup and continues to figure out the best format for the Pro Bowl Games, it’s clear the players are having fun. The NFC prevailed by a wide margin in this year’s skills contests, and a strong defensive finish to the flag football game kept the lead intact for the conference.

Here’s a look at the final Pro Bowl standings and complete skills competition results.

NFL Pro Bowl standings 2024

Event (Day) AFC NFC Dodgeball (Thursday) 3 3 Snap shots (Thursday) 0 3 High stakes (Thursday) 3 0 Precision passing (Thursday) 0 3 Closest to the pin (Thursday) 0 3 Best catch (Thursday/Sunday) 0 3 Gridiron gauntlet (Sunday) 0 6 Kick-tac-toe (Sunday) 3 0 Move the chains (Sunday) 0 3 Tug-of-war (Sunday) 0 3 Madden head-to-head 0 3 Flag football Q1 12 7 Flag football Q2 26 14 Flag Football Q3 6 7 Flag football Q4 6 6 TOTAL 59 64

NFL Pro Bowl skills competition scoring

The winning conference in each skill competition will earn points, with more points available during the first two flag football games before the final flag football game.

There are nine skills competitions this year, up from eight in 2023, plus the three flag football games. Tug-of-war has been added to the lineup, while the closest-to-the-pin competition replaces last year’s longest drive contest in a golf shakeup and high stakes replaces the lightning round.

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The conference with the most points between the skills competitions and flag football games will win the 2024 Pro Bowl Games.

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Pro Bowl gridiron gauntlet results

Penei Sewell pushes Jason Kelce across the finish line to give the NFC a gridiron gauntlet win! Now that was fun, all the way down to an exciting finish. The AFC has done well on the flag football field, but the NFC is starting to clean up in the skills competitions.

A thrilling Gridiron Gauntlet victory for the NFC! @Snickers

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— NFL (@NFL) February 4, 2024

UPDATE: The NFC has won another gridiron gauntlet! Three more points on the board. 

Pro Bowl move-the-chains results

The NFC prevailed in the move-the-chains competition, though the contest took just about everything Buccaneers OT Tristan Wirfs had.

NFC squad is a little winded 😅 They wins Move the Chains and take a 22-21 lead!

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— NFL (@NFL) February 4, 2024

The win pushed the NFC in front of the AFC by an overall score of 22-21.

Move the Chains ain’t easy – that wall weighs 2,000 lbs 😳

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— NFL (@NFL) February 4, 2024

Pro Bowl tug-of-war results

The NFC made tug-of-war look way too easy, dropping the AFC into the pit with ease. A show of strength, led by Dexter Lawrence!  

Well that was quick. 😅

(🎥: @Panthers)

— theScore (@theScore) February 4, 2024

The NFC would win two tug-of-war competitions in this best-of-three, continuing its dominance of the skills contests and picking up three points to extend their lead heading into the final quarter of flag football. 

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Pro Bowl kick-tac-toe results

Who else but Ravens K Justin Tucker would win kick-tac-toe? He beats out Dallas’ Brandon Aubrey and cuts into the NFC’s lead to make it 12-9. 

Pro Bowl snap shots results

Eagles center Jason Kelce and Vikings long snapper Andrew DePaola combined for 14 points to propel the NFC to victory in a contest all about snapping the ball. 

Pro Bowl dodgeball results

The offenses won the night in the dodgeball competition, as both the AFC and NFC offenses prevailed against the opposing conference’s defense. That gives each conference an additional three points. 

Matchup Winner AFC offense vs. NFC defense AFC offense NFC offense vs. AFC defense NFC offense

The NFC offense takes down the AFC defense in the 2nd game of Dodgeball! #ProBowlGames

— NFL (@NFL) February 2, 2024

Pro Bowl closest to the pin results

The NFC claimed the closest to the pin win, and the rest of the conference can thank the Cowboys. After TE Jake Ferguson took the lead with a great shot, Cowboys punter Bryan Anger had the best shot of the day to earn three points.

Pro Bowl high stakes results

The AFC wins the high stakes competition! Steelers special teamer Miles Killebrew catches six footballs and gets the three points for the AFC.

Miles Killebrew with the late adjustment! 😱

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— NFL (@NFL) February 2, 2024

Miles Killebrew can’t make his 7th catch but still gets the AFC the win and 3 points ‼️

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— NFL (@NFL) February 2, 2024

Pro Bowl best catch results

Fans voted Puka Nacua the best catch winner, giving the NFC an additional three points.

7:34 p.m. — Now Browns TE David Njoku makes a mid-air catch (maybe?) off of a backflip into a pool. His pass came from Chad Henne. We await the fan-voted winner on Sunday…

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7:33 p.m. — The pre-taped video shows Rams WR Puka Nacua making a catch while…waterskiing? His quarterback was Jimmy Clausen, naturally.

Pro Bowl precision passing results

Baker Mayfield won the precision passing contest, drilling the most valuable targets in the first round to be the NFC’s representative in the final. Mayfield beat out Texans QB C.J. Stroud in the final round. 

Final Player Points Baker Mayfield 9 C.J. Stroud 8First round Player Points Baker Mayfield 24 Geno Smith 20 Jalen Hurts 17 C.J. Stroud 26 Gardner Minshew 21 Tua Tagovailoa 16

7:30 p.m. — Mayfield wins it for the NFC! He gives the credit to his Pro Bowl coach, Eli Manning, who agrees.

7:22 p.m. — It’ll be Mayfield and Stroud, the South division standouts, in the finals. 

7:18 p.m. — Mayfield will move on after Jalen Hurts tries to go big and comes up short with a competition-low 17 points. 

7:14 p.m. — Minshew can’t sustain a strong start and leaves Stroud’s 26 as the AFC’s score to beat.

7:12 p.m. — Geno Smith posts a 20, so Mayfield’s 24 is still the NFC’s score to beat. 

7:07 p.m. — After posting a 24, Baker Mayfield gets asked about his “dad bod” in an interview with Ryan Clark and jokes about his season-ending interception to Derrick Barnes. All in good fun at the Pro Bowl. 

NFL Pro Bowl skills competition times, channel, live stream

Dates: Thursday, Feb. 1, and Sunday, Feb. 4Times: 7 p.m. ET Thursday | 3 p.m. ET SundayTV channel (U.S.): ESPN (Thursday) | ESPN, ABC (Sunday)TV channel (Canada): TSN1 (Sunday)Live stream: ESPN+, Fubo

Fans can find all the Pro Bowl skills action on ESPN on Thursday, with Sunday’s events to be broadcast on ABC and ESPN. All competitions can be streamed via ESPN+ and Fubo, which has a free trial.

Viewers in Canada can watch Sunday’s Pro Bowl competitions on TSN1.

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