Long gone are the days of the Quarterback Challenge, where the NFL’s best passers would throw footballs dipped at blue chalk at moving targets to determine the league’s most-accurate thrower.

But starting last season, the NFL began a series of skills-based competitions at the Pro Bowl, which included a target competition for quarterbacks, a four-man relay race, a best hands course for receivers and, randomly, a game of dodgeball.

This year, the event is being tweaked with a few new events. One of the new contests will be a “Drone Drop,” which will require competitors to catch balls dropped from a drone at increasing heights. The other will be called Kick Tac Toe.

The challenge will test the accuracy of placekickers from both conferences with a version of the classic game, as they attempt to hit a 3-foot-by-3-foot grid of targets inside the uprights.