Ben Roethlisberger's worst game ever leads to 30-9 Jaguars rout

Posted October 09, 2017

While the game will be a widely broadcasted one on CBS, there's plenty of ways to catch it if you don't have the game in your market or just aren't home in time to watch it.

The Jaguars continue to defy logic this season as they roll into Pittsburgh and win a game not many people thought they could, beating the Steelers 30-9.

Not having Lee would create a huge issue for the Jaguars, who lost top receiver Allen Robinson for the season with a torn left ACL in the season opener.

The Steelers have had a tougher time defending the run, allowing 113 yards a game, better than only nine other teams.

The Jaguars have now forced 15 turnovers in five games - two more takeaways than they forced in the entire 2016 season.

On the drive that began the fourth quarter when the Jaguars took half the time off of the clock, Fournette churned out yards and bullied the Steelers defense. He's averaging just 3.7 YPC on the season, but missed all of training camp due to a contract dispute and is just now hitting his stride. This includes a 100-yard performance in the season opener, which made him the first rookie running back in Jaguars history to record 100 yards in his debut.

Carolina has been the class of the league when it comes to discipline, picking up just 13 flags through four games - the fewest in the NFL. Over his last three games, he has two touchdowns and seven picks. Fournette will need to have a big game in order for the Jaguars to win. If the NFL Network is part of your cable package, you can also live stream the game through the NFL app on XBox, Apple TV, or Roku device on your TV.

Le'Veon Bell had a great day running the ball and seemed to be a threat anytime he touched the ball. But two plays later, Bortles' pass to tight end James O'Shaughnessy was intercepted by linebacker Ryan Shazier when O'Shaughnessy couldn't collect it as he landed on a Steelers defender. But in Week 2 the Titans were good for 390 yards, including 179 yards on the ground, and the Jets bettered those numbers on Sunday: 471 total yards and 256 rushing yards. Yet, for as much attention as the Houston offense garnered last week, it's the Texans' elite pass rush that could help the home side hand Kansas City its first loss. Jacksonville has rushed for more than 150 yards in three of four games and its 148.8 yards per game are second-best in the league.

It was no secret that Jacksonville's pass defense is impressive, boasting the league's best in that category. Facing the Jaguars' run defense, Bell will once again most likely carry the load this week until the safeties crawl in and open up opportunities for Antonio Brown. A road victory? At Pittsburgh?