The Pittsburgh Steelers faced the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 5 and lost in a humiliating 30-9. Ben Roethlisberger threw five interceptions, the racing game never took place and the defense fought to contain star runner Leonard Fournette. But now that the playoffs are here, the Steelers will have the chance to take revenge on Sunday during the rematch, and that’s how you can adjust the game.
Kickoff will be at 1:05 EST on CBS, with Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts and Evan Washburn on the call. Tom McCarthy, Ross Tucker and Steve Tasker will air the national radio on Westwood One, while the Pittsburgh local team will have the game on Sirius and XM channel 82. Yahoo Sports will also broadcast the game for fans who do not watch TV.
HOW TO WATCH
Time: Sunday, January 14, 1:05 p.m. ET
TV channel: CBS
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The Jaguars have just won a 10-3 win over the Buffalo Bills that many consider to be one of the ugliest games ever played. None of the offenses can do anything, and unless Blake Bortles improves like magic in the seven days between games, the Jaguars should have the same problems on Sunday. The Steelers will not have three points like the Bills. They even managed to put nine on the board last time despite five interceptions from their quarterback.
This leaves the Steelers as heavy favorites, but they can not neglect the Jaguars. After all, they did it, they defeated them the last time they met. The Patriots may be in the minds of all Steelers fans right now, but now they have to go through the Jaguars. The incumbents had two weeks of rest and, with luck, the week of rest helped them prepare for the confrontation.
The Steelers are in a game of revenge they have been waiting for since December. They just have to do business in another revenge with the Jaguars first. If they seem ready and focused, they will win and compete in the AFC Championship game next week.