NFL Pro Bowl: 5 Changes NFL Needs to Make to Improve the Worst All-Star Game

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NFL Pro Bowl:  5 Changes NFL Needs to Make to Improve the Worst All-Star Game

A lot of NFL fans think the Pro Bowl is a joke, and I'd have to agree.

Defenses can't blitz, and they must run a 4-3 defensive scheme at all times.  The offense must use a tight end in all formations, and motion or movement on offense before this snap is not allowed.  While those rules are in place to protect the players, it seriously takes away from the game itself.

The lack of any skills competitions combined with a lack of hall-of-fame player involvement and the game itself actually holding any meaning, makes for the worst "All-Star" weekend in all of professional sports.

NFL, you're in luck.  I'm about to show you the five things you can do to save your precious Pro Bowl.

Read on. 

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