Henderson hauled in 4 passes for 104 yards and one touchdown, the only score besides three field goals from John Kasay.
The touchdown grab went for 49 yards, after Henderson clearly beat the coverage and streaked deep.
New Orleans defense was able to blank the Rams offense that was captained by A.J. Feely.
They where held to 182 total yards and converted only 3 of 9 third downs (33%) while failing to convert a fourth and short attempt.
Jabari Greer, Tracy Porter, Patrick Robinson, and Malcolm Jenkins blanketed the Ramas receivers. They finished withe a combined twleve pass breaks and nearly intercepted several passes throughout the game.
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The New Orleans Saints are a heavy favorite winning 86% of simulations over the St. Louis Rams. Drew Brees is averaging 297 passing yards and 2.57 TDs per simulation and Darren Sproles is projected for 65 rushing yards and a 42% chance of having at least 1 rushing TD. In the 14% of simulations where St. Louis Rams wins, A.J. Feeley averages 1.28 TD passes vs 0.63 interceptions, while in losses he has a ratio of 0.78 TDs to 1.35 interceptions. Steven Jackson averages 111 rushing yards and 0.9 rushing TDs when St. Louis Rams wins and 64 yards and 0.37 TDs in losses. The New Orleans Saints have a 59% chance of forcing more turnovers than they commit. Positive turnover margin helps them win 93% of the time. SPREADS / TOTALS: Current Point Spread is STL +13.5 — Over/Under line is 47.5