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

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

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

With neither team appearing to suffer any serious injuries last week, Sunday should be an entertaining battle behind two of the league's best young tailbacks.

Unless they start hot, the Steelers should be able to keep control through a sound running game, and as long as Ben Roethlisberger can find the endzone once or twice, this game should be too much for the Jaguars to handle.

In the past two weeks, the answer has been a resounding no. Week five Pittsburgh Steelers what to watch for looks at how they may attack the young Jags.

On a positive note, starting free safety Mike Mitchell is expected to be ready to go after missing the Ravens game with a hamstring injury. Pittsburgh edged the Chiefs 15-13 to reach the AFC title game.

Shazier practiced fully on Thursday and Friday, so there doesn't seem to be any lingering issue-which is fabulous news for the Steelers as Shazier has been terrific. The 25-year-old rushed for just 32 yards in the season opener against Cleveland and followed with 87 yards against Minnesota and 61 against Chicago. Also, Jacksonville has to stop the enemy rushing if they want to have a clear shot at victory. His top weapon was wide receiver Marqise Lee who caught two passes for 49 yards. Linebacker Lerentee McCray (knee) was ruled out for the third consecutive game. Bergman reported that Bradford was limited in Saturday's practice and was officially listed as questionable to play against the Bears. Both cornerbacks have played at a high level thus far, combining for three interceptions in the first four games.

Our models project Lee for 63.9 yards on 4.8 catches and 0.3 touchdowns in Week 5.

A week ago, Steelers receiver Antonio Brown had his lowest yardage output of the season, catching four passes on nine targets for 34 yards.

The Steelers have the third-ranked defense in the NFL. Benn has one reception on the season.

But then the Jaguars' defense delivered two thunder claps. Blake Bortles will start at quarterback for Jacksonville, and because of that, expect Fournette to take the bulk of the burden offensively. The defense held Baltimore under 300 total yards and forced them into three turnovers. Offensively, they're managing only 95 yards per game on the ground while defensively, they're allowing 14.8 points and 267 yards per game. Pittsburgh is still looking to get into an offensive rhythm but has held opponents to just 14.8 points per game - second-fewest in the National Football League - despite playing three of its first four games on the road.