By By Will Graves, ASSOCIATED PRESS PITTSBURGH – At the time the score looked like a misprint.
Jacksonville 30. Pittsburgh 9.
On the road.
A result so stunningly one-sided Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger stood in the locker room on that gray October afternoon only half-jokingly wondered if he still had “it.”
Throwing five interceptions, two of which the Jaguars returned for momentum-swinging, confidence-sapping touchdowns, will do that.
Yet Roethlisberger insists he is not out for revenge in the rematch on Sunday when the Jaguars (11-6) visit Heinz Field in the divisional round with a trip to the AFC title game on the line.
There’s too much at stake for him to settle [READ MORE HERE]
Source: Houston Chronicle Sports