I agree with all of the stats, and that the Jags were a very good team in 2017. However I also believe that the Steelers gifted that game to the Jags, and I’m not just talking about the early turnovers. I’m talking about one of the most gutless, weak defensive performances I’ve seen as a fan. After a rough start, the B’s started doing what we all wanted to see when they finally all played together in a postseason game. They lit the Jags up starting late in the 2nd quarter, but the defense consistently allowed the Jags to make improbable 3rd down conversions, and basically played like trash. You can view that as the offense of the Jags making player, but when I watched it multiple times I saw glaring defensive lapses on key plays that should simply have never happened. I’m not going to go back and rewatch again to find examples, but one of them was a prayer heave downfield that caught Mike Mitchell dreaming about what he was going to do with his off-season. Another was an underneath pass where the entire team pretended that there was no slot receiver even on the field, even after he caught the ball. Fundamental lapses from a defense that was beat even though the offense was fighting back and feeding them with momentum. It still sickens me to think about it. Yeah, the Jags were a solid team, but if our defense just plays “OK” football in that second half, we win. Edit: one more thing. Calling an outside run on 4th and 1 against the fastest linebackers in the NFL was pretty $&&*(ing stupid too.