It was a far from perfect performance by the Pittsburgh Steelers this afternoon, but they still soundly beat the Jacksonville Jaguars this afternoon by a 27-3 score.
As has been the case for a number of games this season, the Steelers started out slow and struggled to take control this afternoon, but they settled in midway through the second quarter, broke the game open in the fourth, and coasted to victory the rest of the way.
The Jaguars scored the game’s first points with a 41 yard field goal in the first quarter to take the early lead. They wouldn’t score another point in the game.
A 44 yard field goal by Chris Boswell tied the game, and a 31 yard touchdown connection between Ben Roethlisberger and Chase Claypool gave the Steelers a 10-3 advantage...Read More