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

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This is only the sixth time Jacksonville and Washington have ever met each other in a regular season game, so let's take a look at the head-to-head records and historical matchups.

Sam Greenwood

Sunday's matchup will be the sixth meeting between the Jacksonville Jaguars and Washington, with the Jaguars down in the all-time series 4-1.

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

Date Home Team Away Team Result Attendance
12/26/2010 Jacksonville Jaguars Washington L 27-20 (OT) 63,470
10/01/2006 Washington Jacksonville Jaguars L 36-30 89,450
11/10/2002 Jacksonville Jaguars Washington W 26-7 66,645
10/22/2000 Jacksonville Jaguars Washington L 35-16 69,061
09/28/1997 Washington Jacksonville Jaguars L 24-12 74,421

The Jaguars have a historical 0.200% winning percentage against Washington, the lowest of any regular season opponent except the New England Patriots whom Jacksonville has never beaten. (The Jaguars have a 0.333% winning percentage against the Patriots in the playoffs.)

The Jaguars have scored an average of 20.2 points per game against Washington, the highest of any NFC East opponent except the New York Giants (25.6 points per game).

Washington is currently a 6-point favorite for Sunday's game. That's second only to the December 26, 2010 matchup when they were 6.5-point favorites.