The Jacksonville Jaguars are off to a hot start against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Shortly after Leonard Fournette went sky high to leap over the entire Pittsburgh defense for a touchdown, linebacker Myles Jack picked Ben Roethlisberger’s pocket, deep in Pittsburgh territory.
This was the sixth interception the Jaguars have made against Big Ben in less than five quarters of play.
#Jaguars touchdown after this Myles Jack INT off Ben.
He has 0 TDs, 6 INTs against them this year. pic.twitter.com/pSjgJDhoRk
— Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) January 14, 2018
One play later, Fournette ran the ball from 18 yards out, getting just inside the pylon for his second touchdown of the day to put the Jaguars up 14-0.
The crowd in Pittsburgh was stunned to silence, and there are still more than three quarters left to play.