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Steelers Fans Invade Jaguars Game to Cheer on Titans




Steelers fans went to Nashville to cheer on the Tennessee Titans as they attempt to knock off the Jacksonville Jaguars. So far, that attempt is going well. The Titans are still up 28-13 over the Jaguars in the third quarter of the game.

Terrell Edmunds, the former Steelers safety, made a big time play to give the team in position for a touchdown. The Jaguars turnovers have forced Jacksonville to play catch up, but they have yet to do that.

Lawrence has been dealing with shoulder and finger injuries and also missed his team’s Week 17 win over the Carolina Panthers. Lawrence was limited in both of the Jaguars’ practices so far this week.

It’s been an up-and-down season for the 2021 first overall pick. After breaking out in his second season in 2022, he’s taken a statistical step back in 2023.

The Jaguars are currently in first place in the AFC South, and must beat the Titans this Sunday to secure the division crown and a first-round home game. If the Jaguars lose, they will find themselves all the way out of the playoff picture.

The Steelers will get into the playoffs with a Jaguars loss. If the Jaguars come back, Pittsburgh would need the Bills to lose. That is what the Steelers playoff hopes ride on now.

But the Steelers are waiting patiently and hoping they get a chance to make some noise. But they will likely be without star outside linebacker T.J. Watt, which will obviously complicate things if that comes to fruition. More than that, they do expect Minkah Fitzpatrick to return for the outing, too.


1. Baltimore Ravens 13-3
2. Miami Dolphins 11-5
3. Kansas City Chiefs 10-6
4. Jacksonville Jaguars 9-7
5. Cleveland Browns 11-5
6. Buffalo Bills 10-6
7. Houston Texans 10-7
8. Pittsburgh Steelers 10-7
9. Indianapolis Colts 9-8
10. Denver Broncos 8-8
11. Cincinnati Bengals 8-8
12. Las Vegas Raiders 7-9
13. New York Jets 6-10
14. Tennessee Titans 5-11
15. Los Angeles Chargers 5-11
16. New England Patriots 4-12