2020 NFL Pro Bowl Betting Percentage Breakdown on FanDuel Sportsbook Shows AFC Has Bettor's Favor

Zach Brunner
The AFC has own the past three Pro Bowls.
The AFC has own the past three Pro Bowls. / Don Juan Moore/Getty Images

Stars from across the NFL have all congregated in Orlando, FL for the 2020 Pro Bowl. With a high level of talent on both sides, the game is projected to be a close one, with the AFC being 1.5-point favorites against the NFC, according to FanDuel Sportsbook. Not only are they the favored team, but the AFC has also seen a large flood of bets, with 74 percent of bets against the spread (ATS) coming in their favor, according to OddsFire.

Along with the large majority of bets coming in favor of the AFC, 77 percent of the money bet ATS has also fallen on the AFC's side. The same can be said for moneyline bets, with 61 percent of the money coming in favor of the AFC. However, it is the NFC that has seen the majority of moneyline bets, at 61 percent.

The AFC has dominated in recent seasons, winning the past three Pro Bowls. The three seasons prior to that saw the Pro Bowl switch up the teams, making each have players from both conferences.

Betting the over has also been incredibly popular ahead of this season's game, with 89 percent of both the money and overall bets being placed on the over, despite all three of the AFC's recent victories being in games under this total.

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