The Pittsburgh Steelers dropped to 3-2 after another forgettable performance against Jacksonville, but now’s not the time to panic in Pittsburgh.

After a disappointing 30-9 loss at home to the Jacksonville Jaguars, the Pittsburgh Steelers played about as poorly as a professional football team could. The offense wasn’t moving the ball down the field, and the defense couldn’t stop the run. Turnovers plagued a Steelers team that now sits 14-16 in their last 30 games against teams with a winning percentage of .500 or less. Case in point, Pittsburgh tends to play down to the level of their opponents, and Sunday’s game was met with no exceptions.

So after history repeated itself, naturally all hell broke loose.

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