America's politicians are gearing up for the biggest sporting event of the year.

President Obama said Sunday that he “can't call” whether the New England Patriots or the New York Giants will be the winner of the Super Bowl.

“I think this is going to be a tough game,” he said on NBC, noting “both teams have their weaknesses.”

Obama is watching the game with his family at the White House, eschewing the big Super Bowl parties of past years where the president tried to schmooze with Democrats and Republicans in Congress.

Obama joked that First Lady Michelle ObamaMichelle LeVaughn Robinson ObamaFormer presidents, first ladies come together to honor Barbara Bush Melania Trump takes White House staffers who knew Barbara Bush to funeral George HW Bush wears 'book socks' to Barbara Bush's funeral to honor her passion for literacy MORE and daughters Sasha and Malia know Patriots quarterback Tom Brady “ is a good looking guy” but that his girls are not quite at the age where they start putting posters up.

Obama himself tweeted Sunday “wish the Bears weren’t watching it from home, too.”

Attending the game itself will be New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg and New York Senator Charles SchumerCharles (Chuck) Ellis SchumerCan Mueller be more honest than his colleagues? Throwing some cold water on all of the Korean summit optimism House Republicans push Mulvaney, Trump to rescind Gateway funds MORE, according to the New York Post.

Sen. Kirsten GillibrandKirsten Elizabeth GillibrandSchumer to introduce bill to decriminalize marijuana Navy, Marines chiefs say no morale issues with transgender troops Dem senators call on FCC to protect against robocalls MORE (D-N.Y.) will be watching the game with her family, her office said.

Massachusetts Sen. John KerryJohn Forbes KerryJohn Kerry’s memoir title revealed GOP senator: Democratic opposition to Pompeo 'driven 100 percent by politics' North Korea is moved by Pompeo diplomacy, but Dems dig in deeper MORE (D) will be in Boston, watching the game at home with friends, his office said.

“Scott Brown is staying local and watching the game with his wife Gail and friends in the Wrentham area,” Brown's office said.

Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice will attend the Super Bowl and campaign for Sen. Dick Lugar (R-Ind.)

The New York Post also reported that New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie will be attending as guest of the Indianapolis hosting committee. The paper reported that the office of Rep. Gregory Meeks (D-N.Y.) refused to say whether he was attending.

On Twitter, Sen. Sheldon WhitehouseSheldon WhitehouseDem senators demand Trump explain ties to Koch brothers Overnight Energy: Senate confirms Bridenstine as NASA chief | Watchdog probes Pruitt’s use of security detail | Emails shine light on EPA science policy changes EPA inspector general to probe Pruitt's use of taxpayer-funded security detail on trips to Disneyland, Rose Bowl game MORE (D-R.I.) said “Looking forward to the Super Bowl tonight. Let's go Patriots! #RhodeIsland is rooting for you.”

Sen. Dan CoatsDaniel (Dan) Ray CoatsOvernight Defense: Lawmakers worry over Syria strategy | Trump's base critical of strikes | Flake undecided on Pompeo | Coast Guard plans to keep allowing transgender members | GOP chair wants to cut B from Pentagon agencies Pompeo faces difficult panel vote after grilling by Dems Pompeo confirms he was interviewed by Mueller MORE (R-Ind.) tweeted “Very proud to be a #Hoosier. Thank you Indianapolis for putting on a great @SuperBowl2012.”

Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee Chairman Rep. Steve Israel, who earlier in the day on C-SPAN expressed confidence Democrats will take back the House, tweeted that the Giants would win and he would collect on a Super Bowl bet with Rep. Edward MarkeyEdward (Ed) John MarkeyDem senators demand Trump explain ties to Koch brothers Overnight Cybersecurity: Senators want info on 'stingray' surveillance in DC | Bills to secure energy infrastructure advance | GOP lawmaker offers cyber deterrence bill Overnight Tech: Alleged robocall kingpin testifies before Congress | What lawmakers learned | Push for new robocall rules | Facebook changes privacy settings ahead of new data law | Time Warner CEO defends AT&T merger at trial MORE (D-Mass.).