The Pittsburgh Steelers only lost four times last season. The Jacksonville Jaguars handed them two of those losses, including a 45-42 loss in an AFC divisional round playoff game at Heinz Field.
Now it's the Steelers that can deliver a death blow to the Jaguars' season when they meet on Sunday at TIAA Bank Field. The Steelers (6-2-1) and the Jaguars (3-6) are two teams going in opposite directions. The Steelers have won five consecutive games while the Jaguars have lost five in a row.
Two wins on the Steelers' home turf last season should give the Jaguars confidence that they can play with the AFC North division leaders. But it's also likely that the Steelers will be coming to town with revenge on their mind. Losing twice to a team on their home field in the same year has only happened twice in Steelers history and Jacksonville can claim both feats (2007, 2018).