Pittsburgh And Jacksonville To Battle on Monday Night Football
Two AFC favorites to go to the Super Bowl will square off tonight in Jacksonville, as the defending Super Bowl champion Pittsburgh Steelers travel to play the Jaguars.
The Jaguars will be looking to keep pace with Indianapolis, who moved to 2-0 on Sunday with a win over Houston.
The Steelers also are looking to not lose any ground in their division after both Cincinnati and Baltimore went to 2-0 Sunday afternoon.
Jacksonville is coming off a big win over the Cowboys last week, and a win over the Steelers would give them instant credibility in the AFC.
Pittsburgh, on the other hand is playing another game in which a team will be gunning to knock off the defending champs. Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is expected to start his first game of the season after recovering from an emergency appendectomy.
The game will air on ESPN at 8:30. The game is currently a pick-em according to VIPSports.com.
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