Jaguars at Steelers time, TV schedule, live stream, odds and more

Jaguars at Steelers time, TV schedule, live stream, odds and more

Jaguars at Steelers time, TV schedule, live stream, odds and more

I'm looking at the weather projections for Sunday and I see 80 degrees, humidity and some stormy skies in Pittsburgh for our home game against the Jags. Pittsburgh leads the all time series 12-11.

Antonio Brown made headlines in Week 4 when he threw a temper tantrum on the sideline over Ben Roethlisberger missing him on what could have been a long touchdown, but the star receiver's frustration with his quarterback reportedly began long before that play. David Garrard was a pitiful 9-of-21 for 140 yards, one touchdown and two picks in a game that was shockingly close. Bell accounted for 186 yards from scrimmage in the Steelers' win in Baltimore.

There is a lot riding on fresh players this match for the Jaguars.

The Steelers host Jacksonville Sunday, but the National Football League will not allow WHP Channel 21, the CBS affiliate based in Harrisburg, to air the game.

Coach Doug Marrone cautioned that it's not all on the front four.

Through four games this season, Bryant has caught 10 passes for 183 yards and a touchdown.

Jacksonville also needs to key in Bell in the passing game. And maybe if he does, Bortles numbers can jump up a little.

Nortman has been instrumental in allowing the Jaguars to apply pressure on defense. The Jags will have to play with that same ferocity they had in that fourth quarter last week to have any chance against Pittsburgh. The unit was unable to move the ball efficiently all day and when it did threaten in the red zone it was forced to settle for three short field goals. They would have an increased role on offense against the Steelers if Lee can't play. Even more impressively: Carolina has just two combined flags in its previous two games.

Hubbard started his third consecutive game in place of the injured Marcus Gilbert, the only starter out against Jacksonville.

The Jaguars turned in one of the franchise's most dominating performances in years in a 30-9 win over the Steelers in Pittsburgh. He continued his stellar play, rushing the rock 24 times for 86 yards. Oh, and the NFL's most dynamic player a season ago, running back Le'Veon Bell, appeared to find his form last week in Baltimore after a slow start following a training camp holdout.

The Steelers opened with a Roethlisberger bomb to Antonio Brown, who beat Jaguars cornerback Jalen Ramsey for a 49-yard gain. He will look to correct the Steelers' offensive woes against the Jags' stout pass defense.

We hope that he will perform really well this match, now that he has had time to practice and come back into the fold. It could get ugly. He was targeted nine times, so it wasn't the playcalling.

The Jacksonville Jaguars could be just what the doctor ordered for the Steelers.

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