Just ask the Green Bay Packers secondary, which yielded a 29-yard touchdown to Henderson with just over six minutes remaining in the third quarter.
Henderson used a simple go route to burn Sam Shields on the play, then tightroped the sideline after hauling in a perfect pass from Drew Brees.
The 2011 NFL season opener has featured plenty of fireworks, including a dazzling 108-yard kickoff return by rookie Randall Cobb.
Cobb's touchdown, his second of the night, put the Packers ahead 35-20.
Henderson has battled drops in each of the last two seasons, but teams with Robert Meachem to give Drew Brees two big-play threats in the passing game.
Although Sean Payton's offense has had some success running the ball tonight, expect the Saints to leave the ball in Brees' hands down the stretch.
Opening night has featured a litany of big plays in the passing game. Aaron Rodgers has tossed three touchdowns while Brees has thrown a pair of scoring tosses.
With both defenses struggling with missed tackles, get ready for plenty of fireworks over the final quarter at Lambeau Field.
Speaking as an NFL fan, here's hoping tonight's tilt is a prelude to the NFC championship game.