Who will be the best boys and girls of Puppy Bowl XIV? That's anyone's guess. We'll find out Sunday at noon.
It has several people in it, but there are still lots of dogs, so it's not a total waste.
But you should just bear in mind that the dogs of Puppy Bowl—which began life as a stoner counterprogramming gag and has become a venerable tradition among people who haven't watched the Super Bowl since before you had to look the Roman numerals up—are rescues, often from areas hit hard by natural disaster, and are available for adoption.
Now that Seattle is no longer required to pretend to care about football, even during the playoffs, it seems likely the Puppy Bowl numbers will be good and healthy this year. Maybe you'll even see some of the stars hanging out at local night spots in the weeks to come.