On October 8, the Jaguars beat the Steelers in Pittsburgh, 30-9. If the Jaguars return during the divisional round of the playoffs, they’ll have a chance to do what only one team has ever previously done: Win twice in the same season in Pittsburgh. It wasn’t the Patriots or the Ravens that accomplished it. It was the Jaguars, 11 years ago. In the 2007 regular season (coach Mike Tomlin’s first with the Steelers), Jacksonville won 29-22 at Heinz Field. In the wild-card round, Jacksonville won again, 31-29. The Ravens have won twice in Pittsburgh in the same calendar year, but not in the same season. In 2015, the Ravens beat Pittsburgh in Pittsburgh during the wild-card round of the 2014 season. Baltimore later beat the Steelers in Pittsburgh during the 2015 regular season.
Jags may get a chance to do something only the Jaguars have done before
Pro Football Talk | Dec 27