Kansas Metropolis Chiefs backup quarterback Chad Henne was the unlikely hero in his staff’s divisional spherical playoff sport towards the Cleveland Browns on Sunday. After the win, beginning quarterback Patrick Mahomes, who left the sport within the second half with a concussion, tweeted, “#HenneThingIsPossible” with a gif of Paul Pierce’s yelling “Something is feasible” to have fun the 35-year-old.
Henne has taken that concept and ran with it — pun meant — and created a “Hennething Is Attainable” mini attire line.
“Due to all who’ve reached out! A lot appreciated. In any enterprise or on any staff, everybody is aware of it takes multiple particular person,” Henne wrote on LinkedIn (sure … LinkedIn!) “I thank my household, coaches, teammates, chiefs group and the KC group for having confidence in me! Employees are the winners! Put the time in and benefit from the struggles! #HenneThingisPossible”
Here is a take a look at Henne’s complete LinkedIn put up:
Mahomes gave the attire a lift on his personal Twitter account, sharing the brand new shirts, sweatshirts and mugs along with his 1.6 million followers.
BreakingT partnered with Henne to supply the gear, and in accordance with their tweet, proceeds will profit Mahomes’ 15 and the Mahomies Basis.
Henne’s LinkedIn profile lists him as “Skilled Athlete at Kansas Metropolis Chiefs” and says he has over 500 connections. He’s somewhat lively on the web site, exhibiting a number of likes of posts not too long ago. Henne was virtually in deep trouble within the sport towards the Browns when he threw what might have been a game-changing interception ultimately zone, however greater than made up for it by the top of the sport.
On third-and-14 with two minutes left and a primary right down to put the sport away, Henne mirrored the staff’s beginning quarterback and took off for a 13-yard run, coming simply wanting the marker. Somewhat than punt on the Kansas Metropolis 48-yard line with a five-point lead, the Chiefs took a danger that paid off and resulted in game-sealing move to Tyreek Hill on fourth down.