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Bettor Wagers $50 on Chiefs' Chad Henne to Win Super Bowl MVP; Would Pay $25K

After Chad Henne had one shining moment this postseason against the Cleveland Browns, one person is hoping the Kansas City Chiefs backup has another one in Super Bowl LV. Per Darren Rovell of the Action Network, a bettor can win $25,000 on a $50 bet for Henne to be named MVP of Sunday's game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
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Chiefs' Chad Henne goes from backup QB to playoff stage

Chad Henne came off the bench cold in the heat of a tense playoff game and delivered the game-sealing plays for Kansas City in his most consequential performance in a win since 2013. Henne became just the latest understudy quarterback to deliver a memorable performance in the postseason when he...
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NFL backup quarterback rankings: Chiefs' Chad Henne tops the list ahead of AFC, NFC title games

Quarterback is the most important position in the NFL, so it's no surprise that of the four teams left in the 2020 playoffs, not a single one lacks a top-tier signal-caller. The Chiefs have the reigning Super Bowl MVP in Patrick Mahomes. The Bills have a current MVP candidate in Josh Allen. The Packers have the current MVP favorite in Aaron Rodgers. And the Buccaneers have the most successful Super Bowl QB in NFL history in Tom Brady.
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Chad Henne is in the pantheon of NFL backup QB heroes, whether he gets another shot or not

The moment, for Chad Henne, came as a surprise last week, as it often does for backup quarterbacks content to lurk in the shadow of superstars. And when he stepped into the spotlight for the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC playoff game against the Cleveland Browns, Patrick Mahomes’s tweet described what unfolded best: #Hennethingispossible. It was a performance worth of others by substitutes like Frank Reich, Nick Foles, Jeff Hostetler, Earl Morrall and others who stepped up when necessity demanded it.
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Patrick Mahomes’ Tweet About Chad Henne Is Going Viral

The Kansas City Chiefs are moving on to the AFC Championship Game, and it was Chad Henne, not Patrick Mahomes, who sealed the deal. After Mahomes left the game in the third quarter with a concussion, his veteran backup Henne had to enter the fray. The 35-year-old, who threw only 38 passes all season, stepped up when he had to.
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Chad Henne explains what he was thinking on key 3rd and 4th down plays in Chiefs win

Patrick Mahomes summed it up best on Sunday after the game with a tweet: #HenneThingIsPossible. Chad Henne certainly stepped up when the Chiefs needed him most, as his 13-yard run and fourth-and-inches pass to Tyreek Hill sealed a nail-biter Divisional Round playoff win over the Cleveland Browns and sent the Chiefs back to the AFC Championship Game for the third straight year.
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How Much Money Has Chiefs Quarterback Chad Henne Earned in the NFL?

Chad Henne may have surprised even the most devoted Kansas City Chiefs fans when he took the field during the AFC divisional round. Henne, who once appeared to be Tony Sparano and the Miami Dolphins’ quarterback of the future, is still going strong. The veteran signal-caller has spent the last few years backing up Patrick Mahomes on the Kansas City Chiefs.
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Baker Mayfield’s historic NFL run ends at the hands of Chad Henne

KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI - JANUARY 17: Quarterback Baker Mayfield #6 of the Cleveland Browns throws pass during the fourth quarter of the AFC Divisional Playoff game against the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium on January 17, 2021 in Kansas City, Missouri. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images) The anticipated quarterback...
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Bills preparing for Patrick Mahomes and Chad Henne in lead-up to AFC title game

Patrick Mahomes' status remains at the center of the lead-up to Sunday's AFC Championship Game, and each team should be expected to prepare for multiple scenarios. While the Chiefs will have Chad Henne ready to go in case Mahomes cannot, their opponent, the Buffalo Bills, is also acting as if either will start under center in the conference title game.