Things could not be going much worse for the Pittsburgh Steelers in the first half of their Divisional Playoff Game against the Jacksonville Jaguars. They got worse in the second quarter when Yannick Ngakoue strip-sacked Ben Roethlisberger. Telvin Smith scooped up the loose ball and went 50 yards for the score.
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The one drawback of this play was the taunting penalty by Smith at the end. It helped set Pittsburgh up with a short field, which it took advantage of with a touchdown.
It was the second turnover of the day forced by Jacksonville. The first came on a brilliant interception by Myles Jack. With the exception of an injury to Leonard Fournette after a historical first quarter, things could not be going much better for the Jags.