Peyton and Eli Manning will serve as AFC and NFC head coaches for the 2023 Pro Bowl games

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  • To be precise, three different seven-on-seven matches will take place on the climactic Sunday of the competition, each lasting 20 minutes and counting towards the cumulative points between AFC and NFC. Peyton will officially lead the AFC team from the sidelines, while Eli will lead the NFC, with additional assistant coaches to be announced later. Of course, senior Manning has spent his entire AFC Hall of Fame career with the Colts (1998-2011) and the Broncos (2012-2015), representing the conference 14 different times in the Pro Bowl.

  • Peyton and Eli Manning returned to the NFL on Monday night, reviving “ManningCast” to cover the Buccaneers’ rematch with the Saints. Turns out they will also be back on the pitch later this year. Type, during Monday’s game, the Manning brothers announced that they would become the respective head coaches of the AFC and NFC teams at the 2023 Pro Bowl Games. With a new twist on the Pro Bowl, the Olympics will replace the comprehensive exposure exhibit with a week-long series of chess and skill competitions.

Meanwhile, Eli has spent his entire 16-year NFC career with the Giants (2004-2019), earning four Pro Bowl nods in that span. As head coach of the Pro Bowl Games, Mannings will help determine which of the 44 current players who voted for Pro Bowl 2023 will compete in skill competitions and/or chess games football, according to NFL Media, while also creating queues for said matches.