Jan 26, 2013, Honolulu, HI, USA; NFL mascots and cheerleaders pose at Ohana Day for the 2013 Pro Bowl at Aloha Stadium. Mascots include Miles (Denver Broncos), Rowdy (Denver Broncos), Staley (Chicago Bears), Captain Fear (Tampa Bay Buccaneers), Pat Patriot (New England Patriots), Roary (Detroit Lions). Rampage (Rams), Blue (Indianapolis Colts) and Sirr Purr (Carolina Panthers). Cheerleaders are Lisa Dalfonso (Buffalo Bills), Breanna Fonner (Indianapolis Colts), Casey Baldwin (Philadelphia Eagles), Tecoya Gordon (Washington Redskins), Vanessa Smith (Arizona Cardinals), Myra Aznar (Carolina Panthers), Michelle Love (St. Louis Rams), Sabrina Clark (Atlanta Falcons) and Ashley Lewis (New Orleans Saints). Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

2014 Fantasy Pro Bowl

We are coming up on the Conference Championships this weekend.  In approximately a week, the rosters will be drafted, fantasy football style.  Honorary Captains Jerry Rice and Deion Sanders will be picking the teams.  This is the first time ever the Pro Bowl will be unconferenced.

With the available players and no longer AFC versus NFC, there is another bragging point, and it even goes to the level of the fans and their fantasy football.  Who will be the first player drafted? Will it be offense or defense first? Will a quarterback, running back, or wide reciever be the first pick?

This is a first for a lot of things and it will be fun to watch.  The draft will take place live on January 22nd, Wednesday on NFL Network at 8:00 pm.

The Fantasy Pro Bowl will then be played the following Sunday, January 26th, 2014 from Aloha Stadium on NBC.

After the Pro Bowl will be the Superbowl on February 2nd, 2014.

So with all of the possible firsts that stand in line to be decided in 8 days, who do you think will be the first pick overall in the first ever Fantasy Pro Bowl Draft? Leave your comments below and see if you are right.

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