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Inside the Game: Saints vs Jaguars series history 

Take a look inside the series history between the New Orleans Saints and the Jacksonville Jaguars before their preseason debut on Aug. 9, 2018 

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The New Orleans Saints have the upper hand in the regular season series against the Jacksonville Jaguars including winning the last three matchups and holding a 4-2 overall lead. New Orleans won the first meeting between the two clubs 17-13 in 1996 at the Superdome before dropping the next two contests 41-23 in 1999 and 20-19 in 2003, both at Jacksonville. The Jaguars won the only preseason contest between the two clubs. New Orleans has hosted the Jaguars in 2015, 2007 and 1996 while Jacksonville has hosted the other three contests in 1999, 2003, and 2011. The last time the two teams met in exhibition play was in 2012 when the Jaguars traveled to New Orleans and defeated the Saints 27-24. In Week 16 of the 2015 season, the Saints and Jaguars entered the game with identical records of 5-9. The Saints emerged with a 38-27 victory over the Jaguars thanks in part to quarterback Drew Brees' 412 passing yards and three touchdowns. The Week 4 matchup during the 2011 season at Jacksonville, saw a strong performance from the Saints defense as it held the Jaguars to 10 points and forced two turnovers. New Orleans also generated over 500 yards of total offense in route to a 23-10 victory. In week nine of the 2007 season, Brees had another strong performance, racking up 445 passing yards and three touchdowns. The defensive highlight was a 75-yard interception return for a touchdown by cornerback Mike McKenzie gave New Orleans a 41-24 victory in the Superdome.

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