Series History: Series began in 1995Overall Regular Season: Jaguars lead 11-10Streak: Steelers have won last twoAt Pittsburgh: Steelers lead 6-4At Jacksonville: Jaguars lead 7-4Neutral Sites: n/aLast Regular-Season Meeting: Oct. 16, 2011, in Pittsburgh (Pittsburgh 17, Jacksonville 13)Postseason Series: Jaguars lead 1-0
Last Postseason Meeting: Jan. 5, 2008, in Pittsburgh (Jacksonville 31, Pittsburgh 29)
(preseason and postseason record not included in overall series record)
The Pittsburgh Steelers and Jacksonville Jaguars will meet for the 22nd time in a regular season series that began in 1995...Pittsburgh has won each of its previous two games versus Jacksonville...the Steelers are 6-4 when hosting the Jaguars in Pittsburgh and 4-7 when visiting Jacksonville.
LAST TIME VS. JACKSONVILLE
Pittsburgh 17, Jacksonville 13Oct. 16, 2011Heinz Field (61,036)
PITTSBURGH — RB Rashard Mendenhall returned to action after missing the previous week with a hamstring injury, and rushed for a season-high 146 yards, leading the Steelers to a 17-13 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars at Heinz Field. With the win, the Steelers improved to 4-2 on the season, including a 3-1 record against the AFC South.
Highlight photos from the last regular season match up between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2011. The Steelers defeated the Jaguars 17-13.
The Steelers wasted no time, scoring on their opening drive of the game. QB Ben Roethlisberger led the team on a 10-play, 87-yard drive, that was capped off by Mendenhall's eight-yard touchdown run. The Steelers scored again on their next drive, when Roethlisberger found WR Mike Wallace for a 28-yard touchdown. Wallace finished with a game-high 76 yards on two receptions, including a long of 48 yards. It marked the fifth straight game Wallace had a reception of 40+ yards.
K Shaun Suisham connected on a 21-yard field goal to give the Steelers a 17-0 lead. For the second consecutive game, the Steelers scored on their first three drives of the game. The Steelers' defense dominated the first half, holding the Jaguars to 68 total yards, while sacking QB Blaine Gabbert four times. The Jaguars found a way to score, when K Josh Scobee connected from 46 yards out, and the Steelers went into halftime with a 17-3 lead.
The Steelers offense failed to score in the second half, which allowed the Jaguars to chip away at the lead. Late in the third quarter, Gabbert found WR Jason Hill for an 18-yard touchdown to cut the lead to 17-10. Late in the fourth quarter, Scobee connected from 45 yards out to cut the lead to 17-13. The Jaguars had a chance to win the game on their final drive, but Gabbert's hail-mary attempt was knocked down by Steelers' defenders.
The Steelers offense totaled 370 yards, including a season-high 185 yards on the ground. The Steelers' defense held the Jaguars to 209 total yards, including 76 net passing yards. The Steelers defense also had five sacks, including a pair from both LB LaMarr Woodley and DE Brett Keisel.
|PIT||1||4:23||Mendenhall 8-yd. run (Suisham kick)||10-87; 5:57||7-0|
|PIT||2||13:40||Wallace 28-yd. pass from Roethlisberger (Suisham kick)||8-72; 4:15||14-0|
|PIT||2||10:58||Suisham 21-yd. FG||5-69; 1:25||17-0|
|JAX||2||8:44||Scobee 46-yd. FG||8-47; 2:14||17-3|
|JAX||3||1:46||Hill 18-yd. pass from Gabbert (Scobee kick)||17-80; 9:35||17-10|
|JAX||4||4:17||Scobee 45-yd. FG||5-25; 2:56||17-13|
|1st Downs||16 (6-7-3)||15 (6-8-1)|
|3rd Downs||4-15 (27%)||7-15 (47%)|
|4th Downs||1-1 (100%)||0-0 (0%)|
|Total Net Yards||209||370|
|Time of Poss.||28:47||31:13|
RUSHING:Jax. – Jones-Drew 22-96; Karim 5-21; Gabbert 3-16.Pit. – Mendenhall 23-146, 1 TD; Redman 4-22; Roethlisberger 3-9; Dwyer 2-8.
Jax. – Gabbert 26-12-0, 109, 1 TD.
Pit. – Roethlisberger 23-12-0, 200, 1 TD.
Jax. – Thomas 4-36; Lewis 2-29; Hill 2-29, 1 TD; Jones-Drew 2-8; Dillard 1-7, Jones 1-0. Pit. – Miller 4-27; Ward 3-47; Wallace 2-76, 1 TD; Sanders 1-32; Brown 1-16; Redman 1-2.