The Chiefs and Patriots are still a few hours away from kicking off the AFC Championship Game, but the game has special meaning for Chiefs head coach Andy Reid.
Tonight's game marks Reid's first appearance in a conference title game in a decade, back when he was head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles.
Sports Illustrated writer Jenny Vrentas got video footage of Reid entering Arrowhead Stadium, which has since gone viral.
It looks like just another day at the office for one of the winningest coaches in NFL history:
Reid is 65-31 as head coach of the Chiefs since 2013, with six straight winning seasons, three straight division titles, and four straight playoff appearances. His overall record is 195-124.
But the playoffs have continually eluded Reid, particularly in the conference title games. He went 1-4 in the NFC Championship Game as head coach of the Eagles, famously losing three-straight from 2001 to 2003 before finally reaching the big game in 2004.
Unfortunately, the lone Super Bowl that Reid coached was against the New England Patriots led by head coach Bill Belichick - his opponent in today's AFC Championship Game.
Back in 2015, Reid went up against Belichick again in the AFC Divisional Round, only to see his team lose 27-20.
The Chiefs and the Patriots are set to kick off at 6:40 p.m. E.T. The game will be on CBS.