Henne will start in place of the injured Blaine Gabbert Sunday at Denver. The four-touchdown underdog Jaguars figure to be throwing the ball a lot while playing from behind.
Henne isn't coming with high recommendations, but in two QB leagues, there's some merit to gambling on him. He's not Tony Romo, but the Broncos just allowed the Cowboy's signal caller to toss for 506 yards and five touchdowns a week ago. Henne could provide surprising production in Week 6. Just remember, he's still Chad Henne.
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