Sunday, January 17, 2021

Kansas City Sunday Hero: Chad Henne

A glimpse at high praise across the nation for this backup who earned Sunday glory and confirms that the team has a more well-rounded arsenal of talent than most sports talkers realized.

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Chad Henne delivered for Chiefs when needed most

"This is why I play.'' Those were words from Chiefs backup quarterback Chad Henne after Kansas City survived the Browns, 22-17, in Sunday's AFC divisional playoff win with their starting quarterback and star of the NFL, Patrick Mahomes, knocked out of the game in the third quarter with a concussion.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...


OHHHH poor Patty Cakes is going to go home and be a little bit mad he isn't the big boy anymore. Boo Hoo. Take a knee Patty and disrespect the country a little more next time and maybe you will do better.

Anonymous said...

I didn't watch the game but I've watched that clip of him getting knocked on his ass a couple hundred times now. Priceless!

Anonymous said...

^^Liar. You watched. We all know. Mahomes rules, you fools drool!

Anonymous said...

Why the f--k was a running play put in for Mahommes in the first place ? Lucky it didn't end worse than it did.

Anonymous said...

^^^ Pure a-hole. Go have mommy make you glass filled hot pocket you childish baby.

Anonymous said...

Aww! Fanboi mad because Mahomie got a boo boo LOL

Anonymous said...

Mahomes needs to figure out how to get down before taking big hits. He might be a great quarterback, but he's got a lot to learn about taking impact from a tackler. The play never should have been called for the second time. They were lucky he didn't get drilled like that on the same play earlier, when he ran in for a touchdown. He's not built to take hits like that.

Anonymous said...

Henné is the hero. He should get to fuck the hottest slut cheerleader the Chiefs have.