Here are the top five cutest Puppy Bowl moments

It doesn't matter if you like puppies, football, both or neither: Puppy Bowl XVI was enjoyable for everyone.

This year's Puppy Bowl featured 96 puppies from 61 animal shelters and rescue organizations from 25 states. The best part is that the puppies are adoptable, and according to Animal Planet, 100% of the puppies and kittens that have participated in past Puppy Bowls have been adopted.

With a full roster between Team Ruff and Team Fluff, Animal Planet called it "the biggest and most epic game" in Puppy Bowl history.

Team Fluff won the Chewy "Lombarky" Trophy and Gina, a week-old Labrador retriever-chow chow mix, won Most Valuable Puppy.

It was especially sweet that there were five special-needs dogs on the football field, including a three-legged Labrador retriever mix named Ferris and a hearing-impaired Great Dane named Kismet.

Here are five of the cutest moments, though let's be real, all were pretty darn cute.

Cafecito and Pip had themselves a wrangle to start the game.

Bert picked up on the dogs being distracted, and hello, touchdown!

What's cuter than a bunch of golden-colored pups committing penalties?

Team Fluff breaks the tie!

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