3 things we learned from Steelers win against Jacksonville Jaguars

Pittsburgh Steelers, Minkah Fitzpatrick #39 (Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images)
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The Steelers took care of business against the Jacksonville Jaguars to remain unbeaten

So I don’t know how long our winning streak will last but for another week, we remain undefeated.  As has been the case all season long, the Steelers began the game a bit shaky but gave up only a FG.  After that initial drive, the defense did what was necessary to clamp down and held the Jaguars scoreless for the rest of the game.

Similar to how the defense has been starting games, the offense took a little bit to get going, but once we got on track, we put up 27 points and put the game away for good.  Honestly, this game was the type of game we needed to keep the momentum going, and keeping said momentum going is vitally important at this stage of the season.

I know that sounds like an oxymoron since we are currently undefeated, but we all know that not every game has gone smoothly, but the game against the Jaguars went about as smoothly as can be expected considering we have played games that have been nothing short of ‘roller coaster’ rides.

I think at this point in the season it is imperative to play dominant football on both sides of the ball and that is exactly what the Steelers displayed against the Jaguars. You have to put records aside to appreciate how well we played against a team that has traditionally played us tough.  So what did we learn from the win against the Jaguars?  Let’s take a look.