Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) When it was over, and when Kansas City backup quarterback Chad Henne floated back to the locker room after the biggest five-yard completion of his life—and quite likely the biggest five-yard completion in franchise history—Patrick Mahomes was waiting. Congrats all around after Kansas City survived over Cleveland 22-17 to advance to its third straight AFC Championship. Mahomes pulled out his phone so Henne could see the tweet Mahomes had sent post-game. “He showed me the tweet, and Kevin Garnett, and I was trying to take it in,” Henne told me an hour after the game. Translating: In 2008, after Boston won the NBA Championship, key Celtic Kevin Garnett shouted at the sky, “ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE!!!” #HenneThingIsPossible pic.twitter.com/2TkkWiyf0p — Patrick Mahomes II (@PatrickMahomes) January 17, 2021 Henne took a hard look at the tweet Mahomes had sent to his 1.65-million followers, and at Mahomes smiling at him, and, well, it was a great moment for a 13-year veteran afterthought, with one start in the last six years…. Read full this story
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