Captain Taylor Hynecke sneaks chained onto the team plane after an upset win over the Eagles

Washington Chiefs quarterback Taylor Hynecke made the best impression of his Kirk cousins ​​on the team’s trip home from Philadelphia.

Cousins ​​has been seen rocking several icy diamond chains around his neck several times this season after he led the Minnesota Vikings to some big wins.

Last week, the shirtless cousins ​​broke off their diamond chains again. Heinicke may have one cousins ​​Monday.

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Washington Chiefs Taylor Hynecke celebrates a touchdown scored by Bryan Robinson Jr. against the Philadelphia Eagles during the second quarter in a game at Lincoln Financial Field on November 14, 2022 in Philadelphia.
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The Chiefs stunned the Eagles Monday night with a 32-21 upset win.

Heinicke didn’t have a spectacular game by any means, but he did make the plays he needed to help lift his team to victory. He completed 17 of his 29 pass attempts for 211 yards and 1 interception.

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Heinicke’s colleague, Daron Payne, posted a video to his social media page showing Heinicke on the plane in chains. A few of his colleagues can also be heard offering their seals of approval.

At one point in the video, Heinicke is given some glasses to add more ostentation to his outfit.

The former XFL player provided a spark for Washington. The team won four out of five games and improved to 5-5 with the win on Monday.

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The Leaders were 1-4 after the first five games of the season, but are now half a game behind the 49ers in the playoff zone. Hennicke stepped in after Carson Wentz suffered a broken finger in a game against the Chicago Bears in October.

Taylor Hynecke (4) of the Washington Chiefs looks to throw against the Philadelphia Eagles during the second quarter in a game at Lincoln Financial Field on November 14, 2022 in Philadelphia.

Taylor Hynecke (4) of the Washington Chiefs looks to throw against the Philadelphia Eagles during the second quarter in a game at Lincoln Financial Field on November 14, 2022 in Philadelphia.
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Heinicke made a game-changing decision against the Eagles to seal the win with less than two minutes left to play. He gave in, took a knee during the backtrack and delivered a rough lane penalty.

The play gave the leaders a new set of defeats. After getting down on his knees to wind off the clock, Washington then jumped to Philadelphia.

Washington Chiefs quarterback Taylor Hynecke (4) pleads with the referee after a late hit by Philadelphia Eagles side Brandon Graham (55) during a game on November 14, 2022 at Lincoln Financial Stadium in Philadelphia.

Washington Chiefs quarterback Taylor Hynecke (4) pleads with the referee after a late hit by Philadelphia Eagles side Brandon Graham (55) during a game on November 14, 2022 at Lincoln Financial Stadium in Philadelphia.
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The Eagles only had a few seconds left with the ball at their own 10-yard line.

Jalen Hurts threw a short pass to Quez Watkins, who attempted a pass to Devonta Smith. But the attempt ended up being a fumble recovery in the end zone for the leaders to go down as time expired.

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Washington did not reveal if Wentz will start for Heinicke once he is healthy and eligible to return to the active roster.

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