- New Orleans, LA 70112
- Line: LAR -2.0
- Over/Under: 58
Alvin Kamara 11 Yd Run (Wil Lutz Kick)
10 plays, 75 yards, 5:35
Todd Gurley II 8 Yd Run (Greg Zuerlein Kick)
6 plays, 71 yards, 3:21
Alvin Kamara 16 Yd pass from Drew Brees (Wil Lutz Kick)
8 plays, 75 yards, 4:24
Brandin Cooks 4 Yd pass from Jared Goff (Greg Zuerlein Kick)
6 plays, 75 yards, 2:28
Tre'Quan Smith 4 Yd pass from Drew Brees (Wil Lutz Kick)
10 plays, 87 yards, 5:31
Benjamin Watson 13 Yd pass from Drew Brees (Wil Lutz Kick)
6 plays, 59 yards, 2:24
Alvin Kamara 1 Yd Run (Wil Lutz Kick)
6 plays, 34 yards, 0:33
Greg Zuerlein 56 Yd Field Goal
5 plays, 37 yards, 0:26
Malcolm Brown 18 Yd pass from Jared Goff (Greg Zuerlein Kick)
11 plays, 77 yards, 5:22
Greg Zuerlein 34 Yd Field Goal
9 plays, 68 yards, 3:56
Cooper Kupp 41 Yd pass from Jared Goff (Jared Goff Pass to Gerald Everett for Two-Point Conversion)
6 plays, 83 yards, 3:39
Wil Lutz 54 Yd Field Goal
9 plays, 40 yards, 3:25
Michael Thomas 72 Yd pass from Drew Brees (Wil Lutz Kick)
3 plays, 75 yards, 0:58
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