(1090 The Fan) — The Seattle Seahawks and the Washington Redskins are set to face off in Monday Night Football. It will be the sixteenth meeting between both teams in a history that is surprisingly lopsided.

In fact, it’s been sixteen years since Seattle has beaten Washington in a regular season game (the franchise’s last victory came on September 20th, 1998, with a final score of 24-14).

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Nevertheless, the defending Super Bowl champions are a favorite to win tonight.

Here’s a glimpse at the games they’ve played together since then (you can check out the preview for tonight’s game here):

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The Seahawks and Redskins face off at FedEx Field on Nov. 4th, 2001 (Doug Pensinger/Allsport/Getty Images)

November 4th, 2001
Result: 27-14, WAS

Washington controlled the game early with a 7-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Tony Banks and a Brett Conway 43-yard field goal in the first quarter. The Seahawks responded with a 41-yard rushing touchdown from then-second year pro Shaun Alexander; however, Seattle wasn’t able to score again until late in the third quarter (on a Trent Dilfer touchdown). In the end, they beat themselves with four turnovers.

Mike Holmgren, Matt Hasselbeck (Photo by Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images)

Mike Holmgren, Matt Hasselbeck (Photo by Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images)

November 3rd, 2002
Result: 14-3, WAS

Washington’s Shane Matthews tossed a pair of touchdowns, and Rian Lindell put Seattle’s only score on the board with a 23-yard field goal in the second quarter. On a chilly 41-degree day, fans sat through a scoreless second-half.

(Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)

(Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)

November 9th, 2003
Result: 27-20, WAS

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Washington ended a four-game losing streak with a 27-20 victory over the Seahawks in 2003. Seattle was explosive in the first half, putting 14 on the board early, but the lead was lost to poor play in final two quarters. Fred Smoot ended any hope of a Seahawks’ rally when he intercepted a bobbled Matt Hasselbeck pass with 0:44 remaining in the 4th quarter.

Josh Brown reacts after missing a potential game winning field goal (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images)

Josh Brown reacts after missing a potential game winning field goal (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images)

October 2nd, 2005
Result: 20-17, WAS (OT)

Two Mark Brunell touchdown passes gave Washington a 14-3 lead by the third quarter. Seattle rallied for a comeback with a 3-yard touchdown by Shaun Alexander. Hasselbeck’s touchdown pass to Darrell Jackson tied the game with just over a minute remaining in regulation. Josh Brown had a chance to hit a field goal to seal the win for the Seahawks, but missed from 47-yards.

Five minutes into overtime, a 30-yard reception by Santana Moss proved to be the nail in the coffin for Seattle and put the Redskins in field goal range. Nick Novak — who had never attempted a field goal kick before — made it 39-yards to end the game.

(Photo by Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images)

(Photo by Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images)

Washington Redskins @ Seattle Seahawks – November 23rd, 2008
Result: 20-17, WAS

Washington’s Clinton Portis rushed for 143 yards in a hard-fought victory that ended a Redskins’ losing streak. The game was tied going into the fourth quarter until cornerback Shawn Springs benefited from a Hasselbeck interception.

Tarvaris Jackson (Photo by Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images)

Tarvaris Jackson (Photo by Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images)

Washington Redskins @ Seattle Seahawks – November 27th, 2011
Result: 23-17, WAS

The Seahawks certainly had some highlights: Doug Baldwin posted 60 yards on 5 catches, and Richard Sherman and Brandon Browner each recorded an interception. Tarvaris Jackson made a few good throws (including a pair of touchdowns) but wasn’t consistent — completing just 14 of 30 passes for a 46% completion rate and an interception.

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