Steelers vs Jaguars live stream, start time , TV info and Game Preview

The Jacksonville Jaguars face the Pittsburgh Steelers on Jan. 14 in the Divisional Round of the 2018 NFL Playoffs. Here’s all the info you need to watch.

Steelers vs Jaguars

Details for Sunday’s game Steelers vs Jaguars are below:

Date: Sunday, Jan. 14
Start Time: 1:05 p.m. ET
Location: Pittsburgh, PA
Stadium: Heinz Field
TV Info: CBS
Live Stream: NFL Game Pass, FuboTV

On the back of their stifling defense, the Jacksonville Jaguars beat the Buffalo Bills on Wildcard Weekend to setup a showdown with the Pittsburgh Steelers this weekend. Blake Bortles ran for 88 yards (while throwing for only 87 yards), and the Jaguars held the Bills out of the end zone. The Steelers had a first-round bye, allowing Antonio Brown an extra week to heal from his scary calf injury sustained in Week 15.

These two teams met back in Week 5, and thanks to Ben Roethlisberger throwing five interceptions (including two pick-sixes), the Jaguars won 30-9. However, it wasn’t all bad for the Steelers in that game.

Pittsburgh actually had a 9-7 lead midway through the third quarter, the defense held Bortles to 95 yards passing, and Brown torched the Jaguars secondary for 10 catches and 157 yards. The Steelers also were a healthy 7-of-15 on third down, and even though Leonard Fournette ran for 181 yards, 90 of those yards came on a garbage-time touchdown run.

Both offensive lines are in the top-five in pass protection efficiency, yet both defenses can get after the quarterback. Bortles really struggled last week against the Bills, and if the Jags want to pull an upset, he’s going to have to make more plays with his arm. It’s highly unlikely Roethlisberger throws five interceptions in this game, so the Jaguars offense is going to have to generate some points.


A huge battle in this game will be in the red zone. The Jaguars rank second overall in both offensive and defensive red zone efficiency, while the Steelers rank in the bottom-third of the league on both sides of the ball. If the Jaguars score touchdowns while limiting the Steelers to field goals, that’ll go a long way in determining the winner of this game.

How to Watch Steelers vs Jaguars live stream Online

The Pittsburgh Steelers took on the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 5 and lost in humiliating fashion 30-9. Ben Roethlisberger threw five interceptions, the running game never got going, and the defense struggled to contain star running back Leonard Fournette. But now that the playoffs are here, the Steelers will have a chance for revenge on Sunday during the rematch, and here’s how you can tune into the game.

Kickoff will be at 1:05 EST on CBS, with Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts and Evan Washburn on the call. Tom McCarthy, Ross Tucker and Steve Tasker will have the national radio broadcast on Westwood One, while the local Pittsburgh team will have the game on Sirius and XM channel 82. Yahoo Sports will also stream the game for fans who aren’t watching on television.

The Jaguars are coming off of a 10-3 victory over the Buffalo Bills that many consider one of the ugliest playoff games ever played. Neither offense could get anything going, and unless Blake Bortles magically improves in the seven days between games, the Jaguars should have the same troubles on Sunday. The Steelers will not be held to three points as the Bills were. They even managed to put nine on the board last time despite five interceptions from their quarterback.

That leaves the Steelers as heavy favorites, but they cannot overlook the Jaguars. They did, after all, beat them the last time they met. The Patriots may be on the minds of every Steelers fan right now, but they have to get through the Jaguars now. The starters have had two weeks off to rest, and hopefully the bye week helped them prepare for the matchup.

The Steelers are only one game away from the rematch they’ve been waiting for since December. They just have to take care of business in another rematch with the Jaguars first. If they show up prepared and focused, they will win and head to the AFC Championship Game next week.