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New Orleans Saints vs Buffalo Bills series history

A look back at the last nine meetings between the Saints and the Bills

The Saints and Bills have met nine times with New Orleans holding a 5-4 lead riding a three-game winning streak in the series. Although the Saints have a 2-3 record, they will be seeking their first win at the Superdome against Buffalo Sunday, with the two victories having taken place at Tulane Stadium and San Antonio's Alamodome. Three of the games have been decided by a touchdown or less, one by three points.

The teams first faced off in 1973, as the Saints recorded a 13-0 shutout, the first in club history. The teams did not meet again for seven years. This will be the first regular season meeting between the Saints and the Bills in the Superdome since 1998, as the 2005 contest was played at San Antonio's Alamodome due to Hurricane Katrina. A view of the results:

Date Result Site Attendance
11/4/73 W, 13-0 Tulane Stadium 74,770
9/21/80 L, 26-35 Superdome 51,154
10/3/83 L, 21-27 Rich Stadium 49,413
12/10/89 W, 22-9 Rich Stadium 70,037
12/20/92 L, 16-20 Superdome 68,591
12/27/98 L, 33-45 Superdome 39,707
9/9/01 W, 24-60 Ralph Wilson Stadium 71,447
10/2/05 W, 19-7 Alamodome 56,688
9/27/09 W, 27-7 Ralph Wilson Stadium 70,261

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