When the Kansas City Chiefs face off against the New Orleans Saints on Sunday, it will be a desperation game between two 0-2 teams that will be looking for an edge to get their first win of the season. If history is going to be an edge, it will be on the Saints side -- New Orleans has a slight advantage historically between the two teams and has also dominated in the most recent few games.
Kansas City and New Orleans have only met a handful of times before, with the Saints taking a 5-4 record overall in the series match up. The last match in the series took place in 2008, when Drew Brees led the Saints to a 30-20 win at Arrowhead Stadium.
The last Chiefs win in the series was way back in 1997, when KC took a 25-13 win -- they have not won in New Orleans since 1994.