Kansas City Chiefs star quarterback Patrick Mahomes was knocked out of the group’s divisional round playoff video game versus the Cleveland Browns on Sunday after a hit to his head area in the third quarter.

After the Chiefs managed to get away with a 22-17 victory, Mahomes tweeted out “#HenneThingIsPossible,” revealing gratitude to the group’s backup quarterback Chad Henne, who came in and sealed the deal for the safeguarding Super Bowl champions.

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Now that the Chiefs advanced to the AFC Champion and will host the Buffalo Costs at Arrowhead Stadium, the question looms whether Mahomes will be eligible to play, despite being eliminated with a concussion.

Head coach Andy Reid was favorable when speaking to press reporters after the video game.

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” He’s doing fantastic today, which is a genuine favorable as we look at this. He passed all the offers he needed to pass and we’ll see where it goes from here,” Reid stated. “I simply talked with him and he’s doing excellent. We’ll see how he is tomorrow, however today he’s feeling excellent.”

Heading into the half against the Browns, Mahomes completed 21 of 30 passes for 255 yards with two touchdowns to give the Chiefs a convincing 19-3 lead.

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” I think when anybody decreases the team attempts their best to rally around that particular player,” said Chiefs security Tyrann Mathieu. “Today was Patrick Mahomes. I think the entire stadium knew he ran out the game. But certainly, it was all about group. Any time you get some inspiration to pull it through, you have to take benefit of those minutes.”

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It will be intriguing to see if Mahomes bets the Costs, however if he doesn’t, Henne is positive that he can lead the group.

” I’m always a competitor,” Henne stated. “I felt confident. There’s a great deal of playmakers out there and just an excellent chance for me to make plays.”