Eli Manning will serve as head coach of the NFC in the 2023 Pro Bowl Games, and guess who will be manning the AFC side? That's right, Peyton.
The brothers made the announcement during their Week 13 "ManningCast" on ESPN2. As head coaches for the Pro Bowl Games, according to the NFL, Eli and Peyton will go head-to-head and be responsible for determining which of their 44 Pro Bowl players will partake in each of the Pro Bowl Skills on Thursday and Sunday of The Pro Bowl Games.
They will also decide on the best lineups for the three 7-on-7 AFC vs. NFC flag football games on Sunday.
Points are cumulative across skills competitions and first two flag games, with the third and final flag game determining the ultimate winner. The coach who puts his players in the best position to succeed will come out on top.
Eli and Peyton are the head coaches, but they'll be joined by a superstar coaching staff. Stay tuned for more on this announcement in the coming weeks.
Tickets are on sale for The Pro Bowl Games, taking place on Sunday, Feb. 5, at Allegiant Stadium.
In September, the league announced a transformation of the Pro Bowl, renaming the tentpole event as "The Pro Bowl Games." Taking place in Las Vegas in 2023, The Pro Bowl Games presented by Verizon will be a week-long celebration of player skills featuring an exciting new format that spotlights flag football.
Throughout the week, The Pro Bowl Games will also integrate new challenges where players showcase their football and non-football skills in unique competitions. The revamped programming allows the top stars to show off their skills and celebrate their accomplishments in a fun, memorable way, surrounded by their families and fans.
View photos of the first pair of brothers to play quarterback in a Super Bowl.