On their last trip to Pittsburgh, the Jaguars dominated the Steelers, 30-9, by picking off quarterback Ben Roethlisberger five times, returning two for touchdowns, and Leonard Fournette rushed for 181 yards that included a 90-yard touchdown run.

 

The rematch is on for Sunday in the AFC Divisional Round playoff at Heinz Field and Pittsburgh coach Mike Tomlin told NFL.com that his team has evolved since their Week 5 loss to Jacksonville.

ESPN reported that Steelers All-Pro receiver Antonio Brown’s injured calf is not close to 100 percent but he is still likely to play but will go through pregame warmups and test out the ankle.

Despite snow and slush, hundreds of fans gathered near Heinz Field for a Steelers pep rally but the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported one thing that wasn’t expected at the event was seeing a Jaguars fan wearing a white Maurice Jones-Drew jersey standing in line to get into the rally.

After New England advanced to the AFC Championship game with a 35-14 win over the Tennessee Titans, Patriots outside linebacker James Harrison told NESN.com that he won’t be watching Sunday’s Jaguars-Steelers game. Although the Patriots will play the winner of the game and the Steelers are Harrison’s former team, he plans to watch cartoons instead.

Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles has heard his share of criticism for his play this season, but no trash talk has come from the Steelers this week, according to CBS Sports.

Steelers linebacker T.J. Watt told NBC Sports/Pro Football Talk that he and his defensive teammates are still bitter about allowing Leonard Fournette to rush for 181 yards against them in October.

Todd Haley could be out as the Steelers offensive coordinator when the season ends, according to NFL.com’s Ian Rapoport.

San Antonio TV station KSAT reported that a man was arrested last week after making multiple threats to kill players and fans at Sunday’s Jaguars-Steelers AFC Divisional game.