Haven't watch the Pro Bowl in probably a decade.
I do remember this past Pro Bowl very well, though. I slept thru the whole thing and woke up to ESPN text alerts that Brandon Marshall went bananas. Came to the board and it was just a complete delusion fest. All of a sudden, the Pro Bowl was the be all, end all when measuring NFL talents.
"You idiots still want to trade Brandon Marshall??"
LOL. That was my favorite thread because, yes, yes I did want to trade him after that performance. ESPECIALLY after that performance. He actually gave himself some value for a change and good grief did we rip off the Chicago Bears in that deal. Good riddance to poor rubbish.
Give the Pro Bowl the death penalty. The lingerie bowl is more relevant at this time.
As much as I loved watching the Pro Bowl as a kid, I too agree it is not worth it anymore. I say they just pick players for a fictional Pro Bowl and then just pay them based on the Super Bowl out come. Which ever conference wins the Super Bowl, selected Pro Bowlers get paid accordingly.