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Pittsburgh Steelers at Jacksonville Jaguars
- Since 2007, the Steelers and Jaguars have split their eight meetings (including two playoff wins by Jacksonville) and the road team has won seven of the eight. The Jaguars' last home win against Pittsburgh was a 9-0 victory on September 18, 2006.
- Pittsburgh is the fifth team all-time to start 9-0 while scoring at least 24 points in every game. The Steelers are also the first team in the Super Bowl era to have fewer than 50 rushing yards in three straight games and win all three.
- The Jaguars have lost eight straight games, one shy of the longest single-season streak in franchise history (2016). Jacksonville also has eight straight games allowing 24+ points, tied for the longest streak in franchise history (2013).
- Ben Roethlisberger's 22 touchdown passes tie the most in franchise history through nine games -- he also had 22 in 2007 and 2014. Roethlisberger has not been sacked on his last 102 dropbacks, the second-longest streak of his career (106 in 2013).
- Jake Luton will be the fourth rookie QB to start against a team with a 9-0 or better record, joining Jim Root (1953), Josh Freeman (2009) and Mark Sanchez (2009). The other three averaged 153.0 passing yards and combined for two touchdown passes in those games.
- James Robinson is the first undrafted player in the Super Bowl era to tally 900+ scrimmage yards in his first nine career games. Robinson is 83 scrimmage yards shy of becoming the fifth rookie in franchise history with 1000+ scrimmage yards (Fred Taylor, Maurice Jones-Drew, T.J. Yeldon, Leonard Fournette).
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