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New Orleans Saints vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers series history

Posted Sep 13, 2013

The series history between the two NFC South opponents.

The Saints and Buccaneers first met in 1977. New Orleans has posted a 25-17 record vs. Tampa Bay, the club’s third-best winning percentage (.595) vs. an opponent. The series is defined by tight, hard-fought games. Tampa Bay has never won more than two straight games.

In the 42 games of the series there has been:

• 891 points scored by New Orleans, 759 allowed.
• A six-game New Orleans winning streak from 1983-88.
• A 14-9 record for the Saints at game played at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.
• 18 games decided by double-digits.
• Seven games decided by 21 or more points.
• 24 games decided by seven points or less.
• A 41-point win by New Orleans on December 16, 2012, the club’s first shutout against the Buccaneers.
• A 27-point loss by New Orleans.
• One Sunday night game.