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‘Hail to the Chiefs’ begins Monday on NFL Network

We have another opportunity to once again experience the highs and lows of the magical 2019 season.

Super Bowl LIV - San Francisco 49ers v Kansas City Chiefs Photo by Focus on Sport/Getty Images

Beginning on Monday, NFL Network will once again feature replays from the magical 2019 season of the Kansas City Chiefs.

You’ll have two chances to watch (or record) nine of the team’s 2019 games — Week 3 at Arrowhead Stadium against the Baltimore Ravens, the Week 4 road game against the Detroit Lions, Weeks 6 and 9 against the Houston Texans and Minnesota Vikings at Arrowhead, the road games against Tennessee Titans and New England Patriots in Weeks 10 and 14, and all three of the unforgettable postseason games in Kansas City and Miami.

Two games will be featured on Monday through Thursday nights beginning at 7 p.m. (Arrowhead Time). Super Bowl LIV will re-air Friday night — also at 7 p.m. (Arrowhead Time).

We dare you not to cry (again) when Anthony Sherman holds the edge, allowing Damien Williams to spring the 38-yard touchdown run — forever remembered as the moment when we all realized, “Yes... this is REALLY HAPPENING!”

Then the whole slate of games will repeat over the weekend of August 15 and 16 — the first five regular-season games starting at 12 noon (Arrowhead Time) Saturday, followed by the Patriots and postseason games starting at 11 a.m. (did we mention this is Arrowhead Time?) on Sunday.

And if you cry one more time on Sunday evening... we won’t tell.