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Jaguars vs. Browns: Head-to-head records, scores, stats, and more history

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The Jacksonville Jaguars and Cleveland Browns were old AFC Central rivals until The Man Whom Cleveland Dares Not Speak took his team to Baltimore. And just three years after the Browns returned, they were slotted in the AFC North. How will the 16th meeting between these on-again-off-again rivals shake out?

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Sunday's matchup will be the 16th meeting between the Jacksonville Jaguars and Cleveland Browns, with the Jaguars leading in the series 10-5.

Below are the head-to-head records, provided by The Football Database.

Date Home Team Away Team Score Attendance
12/1/2013 Cleveland Browns Jacksonville Jaguars W 32-28 69,654
11/20/2011 Cleveland Browns Jacksonville Jaguars L 14-10 63,498
11/21/2010 Jacksonville Jaguars Cleveland Browns W 24-20 62,254
1/3/2010 Cleveland Browns Jacksonville Jaguars L 23-17 66,935
10/26/2008 Jacksonville Jaguars Cleveland Browns L 23-17 64,775
12/4/2005 Cleveland Browns Jacksonville Jaguars W 20-14 70,941
12/8/2002 Jacksonville Jaguars Cleveland Browns L 21-20 46,267
12/16/2001 Cleveland Browns Jacksonville Jaguars W 15-10 72,818
9/30/2001 Jacksonville Jaguars Cleveland Browns L 23-14 57,875
12/3/2000 Jacksonville Jaguars Cleveland Browns W 48-0 51,262
9/3/2000 Cleveland Browns Jacksonville Jaguars W 27-7 72,418
12/19/1999 Cleveland Browns Jacksonville Jaguars W 24-14 72,038
10/17/1999 Jacksonville Jaguars Cleveland Browns W 24-7 62,047
12/24/1995 Jacksonville Jaguars Cleveland Browns W 24-21 ---
10/22/1995 Cleveland Browns Jacksonville Jaguars W 23-15 ---

It took seven seasons from when the Jaguars first played them for the Browns to record a victory.

The Browns are the only team in league history to lose to an expansion team twice in the same year.

Jacksonville's 48-point margin of victory over the Browns is the biggest blowout in Jaguars regular season history.