Lions vs. Seahawks History and Head-to-Head Record
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Lions vs. Seahawks History and Head-to-Head Record

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When the Seattle Seahawks and Detroit Lions meet Saturday night for a spot in the Divisional round of the NFL playoffs, it’ll be the 14th head-to-head matchup all-time.

Seattle has won eight of the first 13 games, including the most recent and four of the last five.

Here’s a complete look at every game they’ve played:


Seahawks vs. Lions Head-to-Head History

Note: Home team listed second in each matchup

October 5, 2015: Lions 10, Seahawks 13

October 28, 2012: Seahawks 24, Lions 28

November 8, 2009: Lions 20, Seahawks 32

September 10, 2006: Seahawks 9, Lions 6

November 16, 2003: Lions 14, Seahawks 35

September 12, 1999: Lions 28, Seahawks 20

November 17, 1996: Seahawks 16, Lions 17

October 17, 1993: Seahawks 10, Lions 30

December 30, 1990: Lions 10, Seahawks 30

October 18, 1987: Seahawks 37, Lions 14

December 2, 1984: Lions 17, Seahawks 38

September 24, 1978: Lions 16, Seahawks 28

October 24, 1976: Lions 41, Seahawks 14

You may remember the most recent matchup between these two teams.

On Monday Night Football in Week 4 last season, the Lions entered CenturyLink Field as 9.5-point underdogs and nearly pulled off the upset before ultimately falling short, 13-10.

The conclusion came with a bit of confusion, however, when Kam Chancellor forced a late Calvin Johnson fumble at the one-yard line and K.J. Wright batted the ball out of the back of the end zone on purpose, a play that was later deemed illegal:

We can only hope that no matter who prevails on Saturday night, it isn’t stooped in the same kind of controversy.


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