We know which teams will be playing the Super Bowl, but the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles won't meet in Minneapolis until Feb. 4. That's a long time to wait for more football, but thankfully, the Pro Bowl exists to help fill the gap.
Sure, the stakes in Orlando won't be nearly as high, but the Pro Bowl is still a fun exhibition that gives NFL fans one last chance to see most of the game's top stars from the 2017 season.
The rosters were announced in mid-December, but since then several changes have been made beyond removing Patriots and Eagles players who will busy with Super Bowl preparations.
Here's what you need to know about the Pro Bowl, including TV information as well as what the rosters look like as of now.
2018 NFL Pro Bowl
When: Sunday, January 28
Time: 3 p.m. ET
Where: Camping World Stadium, Orlando
National TV: ABC and ESPN
Live Stream: WatchESPN
Current Pro Bowl Rosters
|AFC, NFC Offensive Rosters|
|QB||Philip Rivers, LAC||Drew Brees, NO|
|QB||Ben Roethlisberger, PIT||Russell Wilson, SEA|
|RB||Le'Veon Bell, PIT||Todd Gurley, LAR|
|RB||Kareem Hunt, KC||Mark Ingram, NO|
|RB||LeSean McCoy, BUF||Alvin Kamara, NO|
|FB||TBD||Kyle Juszczyk, SF|
|WR||Keenan Allen, LAC||Davante Adams, GB|
|WR||Antonio Brown, PIT||Larry Fitzgerald, AZ|
|WR||T.Y. Hilton, IND||Adam Thielen, MIN|
|WR||Jarvis Landry, MIA||Michael Thomas, NO|
|TE||Delanie Walker, TEN||Jimmy Graham, SEA|
|OT||Taylor Lewan, TEN||Tyron Smith, DAL|
|OT||Donald Penn, OAK||Andrew Whitworth, LAR|
|OT||Alejandro Villanueva, PIT||TBD|
|OG||David DeCastro, PIT||Brandon Scherff, WAS|
|OG||Richie Incognito, BUF||Trai Turner, CAR|
|OG||Kelechi Osemele, OAK|
|C||Rodney Hudson, OAK||Travis Frederick, DAL|
|C||Maurkice Pouncey, PIT||Alex Mack, ATL|
|AFC, NFC Defensive Rosters|
|DE||Joey Bosa, LAC||Everson Griffen, MIN|
|DE||Calais Campbell, JAX||Cameron Jordan, NO|
|DE||Cameron Heyward, PIT||Demarcus Lawrence, DAL|
|DT||Geno Atkins, CIN||Mike Daniels, GB|
|DT||Jurrell Casey, TEN||Gerald McCoy, TB|
|DT||Malik Jackson, JAX||TBD|
|OLB||Jadeveon Clowney, HOU||Anthony Barr, MIN|
|OLB||Von Miller, DEN||Chandler Jones, AZ|
|OLB||Terrell Suggs, BAL||Ryan Kerrigan, WAS|
|ILB||C.J. Mosley, BAL||Kwon Alexander, TB|
|ILB||Joe Schobert, CLE||Deion Jones, ATL|
|CB||A.J. Bouye, JAX||Marshon Lattimore, NO|
|CB||Casey Heyward, LAC||Xavier Rhodes, MIN|
|CB||Jalen Ramsey, JAX||Patrick Peterson, AZ|
|CB||Aqib Talib, DEN||Darius Slay, DET|
|FS||Eric Weddle, BAL||Earl Thomas, SEA|
|SS||Micah Hyde, BUF||Landon Collins, NYG|
|SS||Reshad Jones, MIA||TBD|
|AFC, NFC Special Teams Rosters|
|P||Brett Kern, TEN||Johnny Hekker, LAR|
|K||Chris Boswell, PIT||Graham Gano, CAR|
|RS||Tyreek Hill, KC||Pharoh Cooper, LAR|
|ST||TBD||Budda Baker, AZ|
Many Roster Spots Still Open
Combined, the Patriots and Eagles had 10 players named to the Pro Bowl, but none of them will be in Orlando for the game since they'll be heading for Minneapolis and Super Bowl LII.
The AFC must replace starting quarterback Tom Brady, starting fullback James Develin and special teams expert Matthew Slater, as well as reserve tight end Rob Gronkowski. The NFC has to replace starters at tight end (Zach Ertz), offensive guard (Brandon Brooks) and defensive tackle (Fletcher Cox) as well as get another offensive tackle (Lane Johnson) and strong safety (Malcolm Jenkins).
Also yet to be replaced is Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz, who suffered a season-ending knee injury in December but was still named the NFC's starting QB.
Skills Competition Could Steal the Spotlight
The main event of Pro Bowl week is the game itself, but three days earlier could end up being when the most exciting part of the festivities occurs. The second edition of the Pro Bowl Skills Showdown is set for Thursday, Jan. 25, at ESPN's Wide World of Sports in Orlando, Florida, with ESPN broadcasting from 3 p.m. ET.
"We received tremendous feedback from our fans and players about last year's Skills Showdown, which became one of our most popular Pro Bowl Week events," NFL senior vice president of events Peter O'Reilly said in a news release. "With new competitions and special surprises this year, we are raising the bar even higher for both teams and are excited to see which conference ends up victorious."
Teams will be led by Pro Bowl Legends captains Jason Taylor and LaDainian Tomlinson for the AFC and Derrick Brooks and Warrick Dunn for the NFC.
A mix of quarterbacks, running backs, wide receivers, tight ends, linemen, linebackers, defensive backs and kickers will be involved in events such as Epic Pro Bowl Dodgeball, Kick Tac Toe, Gridiron Gauntlet, Precision Passing, Drone Drop and Best Hands.
The NFL has yet to announce which players will compete in the Pro Bowl Skills Showdown.