Well, it's happened again: Andy Dalton lost his luggage for the second time in less than a week. It seems like an impossible feat, but Dalton managed to accomplish it with the greatest of ease.

Just last week, Dalton's bags fell out of his truck and ended up somewhere on a highway in Texas. The bags were found after Dalton asked for help on Twitter after a sweeping search of the land.

This time, however, it doesn't seem like it was his fault. Dalton tweeted out last night that his bags had been misplaced, and #bagsearch2016 was back on. Unlike the first edition of the search when Dalton enlisted the help of Twitter in locating them, Dalton put the responsibility on American Airlines.

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I can't make this up... #bagsearch2016 is back on. @AmericanAir it's your turn to find the luggage now #unbelievable @jjdalton5

-- Andy Dalton (@andydalton14) February 15, 2016

The airline came through in the clutch -- something Dalton has struggled with in the playoffs -- sending him a tweet that they "have some information" on his bags.

@andydalton14 We have some information on your bag and we've sent you a DM with some details.

-- American Airlines (@AmericanAir) February 16, 2016

Fortunately, the bags were found ... 14 hours later. Yet, Dalton still doesn't have them as they're supposed to be returned to him at some point Tuesday. Maybe try a carry-on next time, Andy.

The bags have been found and are supposed to be getting back to us today. #bagsearch2016

-- Andy Dalton (@andydalton14) February 16, 2016

This search, which occurred overnight, certainly wasn't as riveting and fun to follow as the first. It just wasn't the same without fans sending him photos of pink bags, believing they were his. The next question that needs to be asked: Will #bagsearch2016 become a trilogy?