Team Game Finder

Data coverage: since 1940. Scoring statistics (TD, XP, FG) are complete. Yardage and attempts statistics are nearly complete. Please see our data coverage page for details.
In a single game, from 1942 to 2012, playing for the New Orleans Saints, in the Regular Season, requiring Favored By >= 8.5 and Favored By <= 9, sorted by descending Date
Show Criteria
Share Results

Search Criteria

Click on the red text to pre-fill the form with various values

Sort By
Sorting options are only available for subscribers. Sign up now for a free trial.
Seasons
Game Type
Playoff Round
League

Statistical Filters (pts., pts. allowed, total yds., etc...)

x

x

x

Game Filters (result, location, week, etc...)

Stadium
Game Number for team
Week Number of season
Game Day Of Week
Game Month
Game Location
Game Result
Game Time Eastern Time
Time Zone
Temperature in °F - about coverage
Roof
Surface
Overtime game
Conference game
Division game
Game followed bye week

Team Filters (team, opp., conference, etc...)

Teams
Opponent
Tm. Conference
Tm. Division
Opp Conference
Opp Division
Team Offensive Scheme
Team Defensive Alignment
Opp. Offensive Scheme
Opp. Defensive Alignment
Team was a playoff team
Opp was a playoff team
Team played in Super Bowl
Opp played in Super Bowl
Team had winning record for season
Opp had winning record for season
Team scored first in game
Team led at some point during game
Team trailed at some point during game
Team won opening coin toss (data since 1999)
Team had 100+ yard rusher
Team allowed 100+ yard rusher

You have edited your search criteria

or keep editing your search

clear changes

Results

Subscribe to Stathead Football for full results.

Stathead users enjoy the most powerful research tools in sports for just $8/month. Learn More.

Subscribe Now (First Month Free)

Already a subscriber? Log in for full results.

If you utilize material unique to a Sports Reference site for a tweet, an article, or for research for a broadcast or podcast, please strongly consider citing this site as the source for the material. It would be greatly appreciated and would help us continue to produce this material.