Marqise Lee is active for Jaguars in Week 5

Marqise Lee is active for Jaguars in Week 5

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Telvin Smith and Barry Church returned a pair of Ben Roethlisberger's interceptions for touchdowns and Jacksonville stunned the Pittsburgh Steelers 31-9 on Sunday. Ben Roethlisberger and the rest of the Steelers' offense is still finding its footing early in the season, but comes into this one with a 3-1 record - and a significant advantage when it comes to their run game, if last week's strategy is any indication. In spite of the volume of attempts, the efficiency of his passes were low, as he averaged just 5.7 yards per attempt, which was exactly what the Jaguars were allowing coming in.

The team on Saturday listed Bryant as questionable for the home game. In fact, in the fourth quarter, the Jaguars ran the ball on 18 straight offensive snaps, including Leonard Fournette's 90-yard touchdown run, his second score of the game and the longest regular season run in Jaguars history.

Jacksonville quarterback Blake Bortles passed for just 95 yards and a pick, but the way Fournette ran the ball and the defense pushed the Steelers around, it hardly mattered.

The Jaguars showed plenty of grit Sunday. The turnover led to the Jaguars' first scoring drive of the game and swung momentum heavily in Jacksonville's favor for the rest of the first half. Only Tampa Bay has garnered fewer than Carolina's 118 penalty yards against, and the Buccaneers have only played three games. They have had 10 rushing plays that have netted negative yards. This makes an already hard job even more so for the Jaguars.

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The Jacksonville Jaguars are 2-2 in the season so far with 1-1 away.

He targeted Le'Veon Bell 10 times, completing all 10 for 46 yards. It's no surprise, then, that the Lions rank second from the bottom in net penalty yards with -125 - and a similar performance this weekend could spell trouble for the hosts.

The Jaguars have only two other healthy receivers who have caught a pass this season: undrafted rookie Keelan Cole (four catches) and veteran Arrelious Benn (one), whose main role is on special teams. The Steelers are one of the hardest teams in the league to beat at home, and as a less-talented team, the Jaguars come to Heinz Field with a major disadvantage. Turning into Scott Tolzien in Heinz creates little confidence for the Steelers to carry into Arrowhead next week in hopes of putting up points on the Kansas City Chiefs.

The 25-year-old attended the University of Southern California and was chosen by the Jaguars in the second round (39th pick overall) of the 2014 NFL Draft. These grades might make a lot of parents mad. Without their usual wide receiver, the team might not be as good as it once was in the season. He's always been an albatross that can't lead the offense, and that's been proven.