As we sit awaiting the arrival of Super Bowl XLVII on Feb. 3, there is still one game left to be played, of course on a slightly smaller scale. The 2013 Pro Bowl will kick off this Sunday evening, and surely you're all as excited as ever to see the NFL's best and brightest on display in Hawaii.
For more on the story, visit Revenge of the Birds
Last year's Pro Bowl wasn't exactly the most engaging matchup we've ever seen. In fact, the level of play was so poor, Roger Goodell actually contemplated disbanding the event altogether. The players promised to take this year's game more seriously, though, so we can all get excited once again.
Here's a rundown of what you need to know.
Game time - 7 p.m. ET
Where to watch - NBC
Location - Aloha Stadium, Honolulu
Cardinals to keep an eye on - Larry Fitzgerald, Patrick Peterson, and Daryl Washington
Fitzgerald will suit up for his seventh Pro Bowl appearance after being named an alternate to replace Brandon Marshall. Without a stable quarterback, Fitzgerald's numbers suffered in 2012. He finished with just 71 receptions, his lowest total since 2006, for 798 yards and four touchdowns. Still a fan favorite, everyone will be glad to see him out there for his sixth straight appearance.
Peterson was selected to his second straight Pro Bowl. His kick return game didn't meet 2011's standards, but Peterson posed a tough test in coverage and picked off seven passes in 16 games.
Washington will be attending his first Pro Bowl. The 26-year-old linebacker recorded 134 total tackles and nine sacks in his third pro season.