It looked to be another week of domination for the Pittsburgh Steelers after Rashard Mendenhall set them up to go ahead by three scores following a 68-yard run.
A blowout was not meant to be as the Steelers failed to score a touchdown and despite picking up over 300 yards in the first half, were out-of-sync in the second en route to a close 17-13 victory.
The win over Jacksonville was not about style points, but instead coming out with a 4-2 record. They let the Jaguars hang around with poor offensive play in the second half and nearly blew their lead.
Regardless of the final score, Pittsburgh will come out happy with the win and take a lot of positives from the game. However, there were several key areas that are cause for concern, particularly with the second half offensive play-calling and quarterback play.
Here is the positional grade report for the Steelers' victory over the Jaguars.