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Jaguars vs. Steelers: Head-to-head records, scores, stats, and more history

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The old AFC Central rivals have played a total of 22 times, including once in the playoffs. (Who won that again?) Let's take a look at the head-to-head records.

Gregory Shamus

Sunday's matchup will be the 23rd meeting between the Jacksonville Jaguars and Pittsburgh Steelers, with the Jaguars leading the series 12-10.

Below are the head-to-head records, provided by The Football Database.

Date Home Team Away Team Score Attendance
10/16/2011 Pittsburgh Steelers Jacksonville Jaguars L 17-13 62,934
10/05/2008 Jacksonville Jaguars Pittsburgh Steelers L 26-21 65,908
1/5/2008 Pittsburgh Steelers Jacksonville Jaguars W 31-29 63,629
12/16/2007 Pittsburgh Steelers Jacksonville Jaguars W 29-22 58,793
9/18/2006 Jacksonville Jaguars Pittsburgh Steelers W 9-0 67,164
10/16/2005 Pittsburgh Steelers Jacksonville Jaguars W 23-17 (OT) 63,891
12/5/2004 Jacksonville Jaguars Pittsburgh Steelers L 17-16 76,877
12/1/2002 Jacksonville Jaguars Pittsburgh Steelers L 25-23 55,260
11/18/2001 Pittsburgh Steelers Jacksonville Jaguars L 20-7 62,644
9/9/2001 Pittsburgh Steelers Jacksonville Jaguars W 21-13 63,785
11/19/2000 Jacksonville Jaguars Pittsburgh Steelers W 34-24 50,925
10/1/2000 Pittsburgh Steelers Jacksonville Jaguars L 24-13 64,531
12/2/1999 Jacksonville Jaguars Pittsburgh Steelers W 20-6 68,806
10/3/1999 Pittsburgh Steelers Jacksonville Jaguars W 17-3 57,308
12/28/1998 Jacksonville Jaguars Pittsburgh Steelers W 21-3 74,143
11/22/1998 Pittsburgh Steelers Jacksonville Jaguars L 30-15 59,124
10/26/1997 Pittsburgh Steelers Jacksonville Jaguars L 23-17 (OT) 57,011
9/22/1997 Jacksonville Jaguars Pittsburgh Steelers W 30-21 73,016
11/17/1996 Pittsburgh Steelers Jacksonville Jaguars L 28-3 58,879
9/1/1996 Jacksonville Jaguars Pittsburgh Steelers W 24-9 70,210
10/29/1995 Pittsburgh Steelers Jacksonville Jaguars L 24-7 ---
10/8/1995 Jacksonville Jaguars Pittsburgh Steelers W 20-16 ---

The Steelers were the first opponents the Jaguars ever beat at home.

It's been eight years since the Jaguars beat the Steelers by more than a touchdown and 13 years since the Steelers did it.

Pittsburgh is the only divisional opponent, past or present, that Jacksonville has ever beaten in the playoffs.

This is only the second time the Jaguars have been more than a 6-point underdog in the series history. The previous time occurred on October 16, 2011.

The Jaguars have been more than a 6-point favorite just twice in series history as well, on October 1, 2000 and December 2, 1999.