Chad Henne and Isiah Pacheco made sure the Kansas City Chiefs offense kept rolling with Patrick Mahomes watching from the sideline.

Henne entered the game in the 2nd quarter after a visibly frustrated Patrick Mahomes was shown heading to the locker room to have his apparent ankle injury evaluated.

With Henne, it was no Mahomes, no problem, though – at least for 1 drive. Henne led the Chiefs 98 yards to extend their lead over the Jacksonville Jaguars to 17-7. The drive was capped by Henne connecting with Chiefs TE Travis Kelce. Henne was 5-of-7 for 23 yards, his first passing yards of the Chiefs’ season.

The biggest play of the drive came from Isiah Pacheco. The former Rutgers running back tore off a 40-yard run to get the Chiefs deep in Jaguars territory.

The game, in the 2nd quarter, is airing on NBC.