The Kansas City Chiefs are bringing fans inside and around the action like never before this season with state-of-the-art 360 degree highlights.
The technology, which shifts vantage points within a single highlight, allows fans to see the game-changing plays develop from multiple angles. The NFL featured the system in the Super Bowl last season.
Kansas City may have opened the season on the road last Thursday, but the new addition brought fans into Gillette Stadium for the biggest moments in the Chiefs' win over New England.
Check it out for yourself on wide receiver Tyreek Hill's 75-yard touchdown reception. The highlight begins with a traditional view before shifting behind the play as the pass was thrown. The angle then wraps all the way around the stadium as Hill sprints in for the game-tying score.
The technology also broke down rookie running back Kareem Hunt's 78-yard touchdown catch. The highlight wraps in front the play to put the viewer right in the middle of the action as Hunt cuts upfield and makes the catch. The angle puts into perspective just how impressive the throw from quarterback Alex Smith was.
In two more additional highlights, the replay system broke down tight end Demetrius Harris' and running back Charcandrick West's scores.
The system will be back at it this Sunday to break down all the big moments from Kansas City's home opener against the Philadelphia Eagles.