It may not be a dominant defense play in and play out, but the Jaguars' defense has shown in five games it has special elements that could carry this team through a lot of this season.More news: Investigators interview prostitutes about Vegas gunman
The Jaguars capitalized on the turnover, moving 47 yards on eight plays to make it 7-3 on Fournette's over-the-top (with plenty of room to spare) two-yard touchdown with 12:19 left in the first half. The Steelers are 3-1 after spanking Baltimore 26-9 last week with Ben Roethlisberger completing 62.1% of his passes for 957 yards, 6 touchdowns, and 2 interceptions.
Both third quarter picks were intended for Antonio Brown.More news: Grant Shapps: Tories within rights to urge May to go
Lee did do some work Friday, and coach Doug Marrone said that was encouraging, because the receiver had not practiced since suffering the injury during Sunday's loss to the New York Jets. The defense was balling - doing well pressuring quarterback Blake Bortles and containing running back Leonard Fournette. A good performance from Bell will be key to improving the chances of the Steelers against the Jaguars.
However, things didn't start off well for the Jaguars on the team's first two offensive possessions.More news: Saudi Arabia and Russia are not foes
Brown, of course, had himself a little tirade on the sidelines after just four catches for 34 yards. The Steelers defense could be the ones leading the National Football League in sacks by the time this one is over. Myers' field goal made it a 14-point game. Powell initially ran for a short gain before he fell to the ground, realized he wasn't touched and won a long race to the end zone. The Steelers were forced to punt to start the fourth quarter after defensive end Dante Fowler sacked Roethlisberger on third down. Gipson collected his second interception of the season on a Roethlisberger pass. Gipson picked off Roethlisberger again on the next drive. The Jaguars have the best defense the Steelers have played this season, so you would expect these two to bring their A-game... Shazier and Williams play the two inside linebacker spots. The No. 4 overall pick in the 2017 NFL draft has scored a TD in each of his first four regular-season games as a pro, with his 285 rushing yards to date putting him in a tie with Devonta Freeman for the seventh-highest total in the league in that category. They scratched and clawed their way back into the game late in the 4th, but a Chandler Catanzaro FG crushed their efforts in the OT period as time almost expired. Also, Jaelen Strong (wide receiver) is out due to a hamstring injury.