It was a heavy dose of Leonard Fournette which moved the Jaguars’ offense into the red-zone threatening to take the lead. The Steelers defense was gouged by the run the entire drive, and it was Fournette diving over the top to score the first touchdown of the game, giving Jacksonville a 7-3 lead.
After exchanging punts, Pittsburgh received the football with two-minutes left in the half. With only one timeout remaining, but the team could only convert one first down before punting the ball back to Jacksonville with one-minute remaining in the half.
On Jacksonville’s next drive, it ended with Ryan Shazier being the playmaker he is, with this wild interception.
Pittsburgh’s offense took charge at their own 38-yard line, and quickly moved the ball into field goal range, but would have to settle for a Chris Boswell field goal. Boswell was good for the second time to cut the Jaguars’ lead to one heading into halftime.