NFL Week 5: Head-to-Head Stats You Need to Know

GLENDALE, AZ - SEPTEMBER 30:  Tight end Rob Housler #84 of the Arizona Cardinals runs with the football after a reception against the Miami Dolphins during the NFL game at the University of Phoenix Stadium on September 30, 2012 in Glendale, Arizona.  The Carindals defeated the Dolphins 24-21 in overtime.  (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)
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Jerry TappSenior Analyst IIIOctober 5, 2012

Following is a look at this week’s NFL schedule and some historical stats on the head-to-head matchups.


Miami vs. Cincinnati

  Miami leads the series 14-5. The Dolphins have won six of the last seven games played in Cincinnati. Miami has won 10 of the last 12 games between the two teams.


Green Bay vs. Indianapolis

  The regular season series is all even at 20-20-1. Green Bay has won two of the last three games played. The Packers have never beaten the Colts in Indianapolis.


Baltimore vs. Kansas City

  The series is tied 3-3. The Ravens have won the last three games after the Chiefs took the first three in the series. The Ravens have won the only two games played in Kansas City (2006, 2010).


Tennessee vs. Minnesota

  The Vikings have a 7-4 advantage in the series. Minnesota has won four of the last five. The Vikings have won six of the seven games played in Minnesota; the Titans only win in Minnesota was as the Houston Oilers in 1992.


Cleveland vs. New York Giants

  The Giants have won four of the last five matchups. The two teams last played in 2008 with the Browns winning that contest, 35-14. The Giants have won the last two games played at home.


Philadelphia vs. Pittsburgh

  Philadelphia holds a 47-27-3 lead in the all-time series. The Eagles have won six of the last eight. The Steelers have won two of the last three games played in Pittsburgh.


Atlanta vs. Washington

  The Redskins have won 15, lost six and tied one in this series against the Falcons. Atlanta has won three of the last four games. The Falcons have won the last three games played in Washington.


Seattle vs. Carolina

  The two teams have played against each other only five times. Seattle holds a 3-2 lead. The Panthers have won both games played in Carolina.


Chicago vs. Jacksonville

  The Bears have a 3-2 advantage in the series. The two teams split the two games played in Jacksonville. The last time they played in Jacksonville (2004), the Jaguars won, 22-3.


Denver vs. New England

  Denver has won 27 of the 45 games in the series. The Patriots won both games in 2011, 41-23 in the regular season and 45-10 in the playoffs. The Pats have won the last two games played at home. The two teams have played 11 times since 2000; the Broncos have won six games, the Patriots have won five.


Buffalo vs. San Francisco

  In the 10 games played between the two teams, each team has won five games. They split the last two games played in San Francisco. The last time they played in San Francisco (2004), the Bills won 41-7.


San Diego vs. New Orleans

  San Diego leads the series 7-3. The Saints have won two of the last three. The Saints have never beaten the Chargers in New Orleans.


Houston vs. New York Jets

  The Jets have won all five games in the series. The last meeting between the two teams was in 2010 when the Jets won 30-27 at home.


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