There's only one actual game left in the NFL season, so if you want to maximize your football intake while you can, the 2020 Pro Bowl is here for you.

The NFL changed the format four years ago, returning to a conference-based game rather than the drafted free-for-all that took place from 2013-15.

Of course, no Chiefs or 49ers will be in attendance — they get a free pass thank to their Super Bowl appearences.

The Ravens had the most players selected to the event, with 13.

Here's everything you need to know about the 2020 Pro Bowl, including how to watch live on TV and stream online and a full roster of players selected to the AFC and NFC teams along with their replacements.

MORE: Explaining the Pro Bowl rule changes for 2020

What time does the Pro Bowl start today?

    Date: Sunday, Jan. 26Time: 3 p.m. ET

    The 2020 Pro Bowl will take place on Sunday, Jan. 26, with kickoff scheduled for 3 p.m. ET.

    It's the Pro Bowl's normal slot in the Sunday before the Super Bowl, with no other playoff games going on.

    What channel is the Pro Bowl on?

      TV channel: ABC, ESPNLive stream: WatchESPN

      The Pro Bowl will be broadcast nationally on ABC and ESPN with the "Monday Night Football" crew of Joe Tessitore, Booger McFarland, Lisa Salters and NFL officiating analyst John Parry on the call. Each of the quarterbacks will be mic'd up during the game and featured on the broadcast.

      MORE: Here are the complete NFL Pro Bowl voting results for 2020

      Where is the Pro Bowl being played in 2020?

        Location: Camping World Stadium, Orlando, Fla.

        You may know it as the Citrus Bowl. It's been hosting the Pro Bowl since 2016.

        Before then, most Pro Bowls took place in Hawaii, though the event took a detour to Phoenix in 2014.

        Pro Bowl Skills Showdown 2020

        Select Pro Bowlers will take part in the fourth-annual skills showdown, with competitions including precision passing, a "gridiron gauntlet," best hands and thread the needle. There is also a dodgeball competitions.

        Players participating include Steelers defenders Cameron Heyward and Minkah Fitzpatrick, Patriots CB Stephon Gilmore, Saints DL Cameron Jordan, Cleveland playmakers Nick Chubb and Jarvis Landry and Lions corner Darius Slay.

        2020 Pro Bowl coaches

        The Ravens (AFC) and Seahawks (NFC) coaching staffs are coaching this year's Pro Bowl teams, led by Baltimore's John Harbaugh and Seattle's Pete Carroll.

        MORE: Why is Michael Vick a captain in the Pro Bowl?

        AFC Pro Bowl rosterOFFENSEQB — Lamar Jackson, Baltimore RavensQB — Patrick Mahomes, Kansas City ChiefsQB — Deshaun Watson, Houston TexansWR — DeAndre Hopkins, Houston TexansWR — Keenan Allen, Los Angeles ChargersWR — Tyreek Hill, Kansas City ChiefsWR — Jarvis Landry, Cleveland BrownsOT — Ronnie Stanley, Baltimore RavensOT — Laremy Tunsil, Houston TexansOT — Trent Brown, Oakland RaidersOG — Marshal Yanda, Baltimore RavensOG — Quenton Nelson, Indianapolis ColtsOG — David DeCastro, Pittsburgh SteelersC — Maurkice Pouncey, Pittsburgh SteelersC — Rodney Hudson, Oakland RaidersTE — Travis Kelce, Kansas City ChiefsTE — Mark Andrews, Baltimore RavensRB — Nick Chubb, Cleveland BrownsRB — Derrick Henry, Tennessee TitansRB — Mark Ingram, Baltimore RavensFB — Patrick Ricard, Baltimore RavensDEFENSEDE — Joey Bosa, Los Angeles ChargersDE — Frank Clark, Kansas City ChiefsDE — Calais Campbell, Jacksonville JaguarsDT — Cameron Heyward, Pittsburgh SteelersDT — Chris Jones, Kansas City ChiefsDT — Geno Atkins, Cincinnati BengalsOLB — Von Miller, Denver BroncosOLB — T.J. Watt, Pittsburgh SteelersOLB — Matt Judon, Baltimore RavensILB — Darius Leonard, Indianapolis ColtsILB — Dont'a Hightower, New England PatriotsCB — Stephon Gilmore, New England PatriotsCB — Tre'Davious White, Buffalo BillsCB — Marcus Peters, Baltimore RavensCB — Marlon Humphrey, Baltimore RavensFS — Minkah Fitzpatrick, Pittsburgh SteelersFS — Earl Thomas, Baltimore RavensSS — Jamal Adams, New York JetsSPECIAL TEAMSK — Justin Tucker, Baltimore RavensP — Brett Kern, Tennessee TitansMorgan Cox, Baltimore RavensReturn specialist — Mecole Hardman, Kansas City ChiefsSpecial teamer — Matthew Slater, New England Patriots

        Bold: Starter

        Italics: Player was selected but will not participate (see below)

        NFC Pro Bowl rosterOFFENSEQB — Russell Wilson, Seattle SeahawksQB — Drew Brees, New Orleans SaintsQB — Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay PackersWR — Julio Jones, Atlanta FalconsWR — Michael Thomas, New Orleans SaintsWR — Mike Evans, Tampa Bay BuccaneersWR — Chris Godwin, Tampa Bay BuccaneersOT — David Bakhtiari, Green Bay PackersOT — Tyron Smith, Dallas CowboysOT — Terron Armstead, New Orleans SaintsOG — Zack Martin, Dallas CowboysOG — Brandon Brooks, Philadelphia EaglesOG — Brandon Scherff, Washington RedskinsC — Jason Kelce, Philadelphia EaglesC — Travis Frederick, Dallas CowboysTE — George Kittle, San Francisco 49ersTE — Zach Ertz, Philadelphia EaglesRB — Dalvin Cook, Minnesota VikingsRB — Christian McCaffrey, Carolina PanthersRB — Ezekiel Elliott, Dallas CowboysFB — Kyle Juszczyk, San Francisco 49ersDEFENSEDE — Cameron Jordan, New Orleans SaintsDE — Nick Bosa, San Francisco 49ersDE — Danielle Hunter, Minnesota VikingsDT — Aaron Donald, Los Angeles RamsDT — Fletcher Cox, Philadelphia EaglesDT — Grady Barrett, Tampa Bay BuccaneersOLB — Chandler Jones, Arizona CardinalsOLB — Khalil Mack, Chicago BearsOLB — Shaquil Barrett, Tampa Bay BuccaneersILB — Bobby Wagner, Seattle SeahawksILB — Luke Keuchly, Carolina PanthersCB — Marshon Lattimore, New Orleans SaintsCB — Richard Sherman, San Francisco 49ersCB — Darius Slay, Detroit LionsCB — Jalen Ramsey, Los Angeles RamsFS — Budda Baker, Arizona CardinalsFS — Eddie Jackson, Chicago BearsSS — Harrison Smith, Minnesota VikingsSPECIAL TEAMSK — Wil Lutz, New Orleans SaintsP — Tress Way, Washington RedskinsLS — Rick Lovato, Philadelphia EaglesReturn specialist — Deonte Harris, New Orleans SaintsSpecial teamer — Cordarrelle Patterson, Chicago Bears

        Bold: Starter

        Italics: Player was selected but will not participate (see below)

        Pro Bowl replacement players

        Position — Player Team Replacing

        QB — Ryan TannehillTennessee TitansPatrick Mahomes (Super Bowl)WR — Courtland SuttonDenver BroncosDeAndre Hopkins (Injury)WR — D.J. CharkJacksonville JaguarsTyreek Hill (Super Bowl)OT — Orlando BrownBaltimore RavensTrent Brown (Injury)OG — Joel BitonioCleveland BrownsDavid DeCastro (Injury)C — Ryan KellyIndianapolis ColtsMaurkice Pouncey (Injury)TE — Jack DoyleIndianapolis ColtsTravis Kelce (Super Bowl)DE — Melvin IngramLos Angeles ChargersJoey BosaDE — Josh AllenJacksonville JaguarsFrank Clark (Super Bowl)DT — Jurrell CaseyTennessee TitansChris Jones (Super Bowl)ILB — Tremaine EdmundsBuffalo BillsDont'a Hightower (Injury)CB — Joe HadenPittsburgh SteelersMarcus Peters (Injury)WR — Amari CooperDallas CowboysMike Evans (Injury)OG — Trai TurnerCarolina PanthersBrandon Brooks (Injury)TE — Austin HooperAtlanta FalconsGeorge Kittle (Super Bo

        wl)ILB — Jaylon SmithDallas CowboysLuke Keuchly (Retirement)CB — Kyle FullerChicago BearsJalen Ramsey (Injury)