Sunday's matchup will be the seventh meeting between the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Miami Dolphins. They're tied, but the Jaguars won the 1999 AFC Divisional Playoff 62-7, so who's really winning the series?
Below are the head-to-head records, provided by The Football Database.
|Date||Home Team||Away Team||Result||Attendance|
|12/6/2012||Miami Dolphins||Jacksonville Jaguars||L 24-3||53,667|
|12/13/2009||Jacksonville Jaguars||Miami Dolphins||L 14-10||60,457|
|12/3/2006||Miami Dolphins||Jacksonville Jaguars||W 24-10||73,160|
|10/12/2003||Jacksonville Jaguars||Miami Dolphins||L 24-10||66,437|
|1/15/2000||Jacksonville Jaguars||Miami Dolphins||W 62-7||75,173|
|10/12/1998||Jacksonville Jaguars||Miami Dolphins||W 28-21||74,051|
Of all Florida teams, the Jaguars all-time series record against the Dolphins is the worst of the three.
Except for the Carolina Panthers, the Miami Dolphins have the lowest points per game (16.6) against the Jaguars.
The 62 points allowed by the Dolphins is the second-most in NFL playoff history, and the most in the modern era.