Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton is having a rough morning, and he needs everyone's help to make it a little bit better.

Early this morning, Dalton tweeted that his suitcases fell out of his truck somewhere on the U.S. 75-Interstate en route to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.

If anybody in DFW traveling from 75-635 towards the airport finds 2 black suitcases on the road please contact me. Fell out bed of our truck

— Andy Dalton (@andydalton14) February 10, 2016

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As any wise man would do, he asked Twitter to assist him in the search for his two black suitcases.

Thanks for those spreading the word. If you happen to have them, send a pic. And trust me...I know this is a long shot. #bagsearch2016

-- Andy Dalton (@andydalton14) February 10, 2016

On the bright side, finding two luggages in the middle of a Texas highway shouldn't be all that difficult, despite being of the plain-old-black variety.

With Twitter being the way it is, the responses flooded in. Some were humorous ...

@andydalton14 I think I found one @BarstoolBigCat pic.twitter.com/6tGHD4N5Ri

-- Ryan Poverman (@povey_3) February 10, 2016

@andydalton14 @BarstoolBigCat found it Andy DM me for pick up details pic.twitter.com/HE1BHd9fgi

— Matt Vicars (@JaxonMatthew) February 10, 2016

... And others were more serious. This kind gentleman shared some good news with Dalton as his friends seemingly stopped to pick up Andy's bags.

@andydalton14 just got a snapchat from my friend in Texas, looks like they may have stopped and grabbed them?? pic.twitter.com/PG4e6UUAP6

— Cory Brown (@CoryBrown3) February 10, 2016

It's safe to say Dalton's ability to hold onto valuable things is not "elite."