If your fantasy football team underperformed this year, fear not. The Puppy Bowl is here to help.

The annual Super Bowl halftime show featuring a group of adorable young dogs is adding some neat features to this year's game, including a fantasy football component. According to Entertainment Weekly, later this month the Animal Planet, the network that televises the Puppy Bowl, will launch a fantasy draft where fans can see profiles of 11 of the 66 competitors and compile an all-star team. Interested parties can find the draft at AnimalPlanet.com/PuppyBowl.

To read up on some of the game's competitors, see here.

In addition to this new fantasy element, Puppy Bowl X will also have interactive MVP voting and feature several "celebrity" cameos from cats that have gained enormous internet followings.

Thanks in part to the brief power blackout at last year's Super Bowl, the Puppy Bowl drew a record 12.4 million viewers.