Photos of New Orleans Saints RB Mark Ingram in the team's playoff game against the Seattle Seahawks on Saturday, January 11, 2014. Photos taken by Michael C. Hebert (New Orleans Saints photos)
The Saints and Seahawks have met 12 times in the regular season with the series tied at six games apiece, while the Seahawks have captured both postseason meetings. Since Sean Payton became head coach in 2006, the Saints have won two of the three regular season meetings between the two clubs.
The Saints' last win in the series came in a 34-19 victory on November 21, 2010 at the Superdome which saw the Saints win their third-consecutive game, as New Orleans scored all of their points in the first three quarters. Since then, they have dropped a pair of playoff contests and a regular season matchup in 2013. On November 21, 1976 against Seattle at the Kingdome, the Saints equaled a club scoring record in a 51-27 win over the then-expansion Seahawks, who resided in the same division as the Saints, the NFC West, for their inaugural season. New Orleans has scored 50 or more points only three other times in franchise history. A look back at the results from the alltime series between the two clubs.
Date Score Site Att.
11/21/76 W, 51-27 Kingdome 61,865
11/18/79 L, 24-38 Kingdome 60,055
11/10/85 L, 3-27 Superdome 47,365
10/16/88 W, 20-19 Kingdome 63,569
9/1/91 W, 27-24 Superdome 68,492
11/16/97 W, 20-17 ot Superdome 50,493
9/17/00 L, 10-20 Husky Stadium 59,513
9/7/03 L, 10-27 Seahawks Stad. 52,250
9/12/04 L, 7-21 Superdome 64,900
10/14/07 W, 28-17 Qwest Field 68,296
11/21/10 W, 34-19 Superdome 70,015
1/8/11* L, 36-41 Qwest Field 66,336
12/2/13 L, 7-34 CenturyLink Fld. 68,387
1/11/14# L, 15-23 CenturyLink Fld. 63,388
- NFC Wild Card Playoff