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New Orleans Saints at Pittsburgh Steelers: series history

Check out the history between the Saints and the Steelers before Sunday's game

The Saints are 7-7 all-time against Pittsburgh, which will host New Orleans for only the second time at Heinz Field. The Saints have a 2-3 record against the Steelers in games played in Pittsburgh. The Steelers are one of the Saints' most infrequent opponents. The two teams have only played four times since 1993, the least meetings the Saints have had with an NFL foe over that span – excluding the Texans, who entered the NFL in 2002.

When scoring 16 points or more, the Saints are 7-1 in the series.

On Nov. 19, 1984, the Saints won the first "Monday Night Football" game in club history with a 27-24 victory at  the Superdome. New Orleans had entered the game 0-6 on "MNF"...New Orleans and Pittsburgh were division foes in 1968 when both teams were part of the Century Division. They played twice that season, with the Saints winning both games.

A look back at the results between the Saints and Steelers in the previous 14 meetings:

Date Score Site Attendance
10/29/67 L, 10-14 Tulane Stadium 68,911
10/20/68 W, 16-12 Pittsburgh Stadium 32,303
12/15/68 W, 24-14 Tulane Stadium 66,131
12/21/69 W, 27-24 Tulane Stadium 72,256
11/25/74 L, 7-28 Tulane Stadium 71,907
11/5/78 L, 14-20 Three Rivers Stadium 48,526
10/4/81 L, 6-20 Superdome 64,578
11/19/84 W, 27-24 Superdome 66,005
11/29/87 W, 20-16 Three Rivers Stadium 47,896
12/16/90 L, 6-9 Superdome 68,582
10/17/93 L, 14-37 Three Rivers Stadium 56,056
10/6/02 W, 32-29 Superdome 67,734
11/12/06 L, 31-38 Heinz Field 61,911
10/31/10 W, 20-10 Superdome 70,011

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