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Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: Pittsburgh Steelers plan to run all over us

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Pittsburgh Steelers plan to run all over the Jacksonville Jaguars -
Pittsburgh Steelers star running back Le’Veon Bell quieted concerns about his offseason groin surgery and training camp holdout with his biggest game of the season during a victory over Baltimore last week.

The All-Pro’s follow-up performance could be even better.

Coming off a 144-yard, two-touchdown effort, Bell looks ready to roll for the Steelers, who host the Jacksonville Jaguars and the league’s worst run defense Sunday at Heinz Field.

How do you make an offensive gameplan with this offense? -
The Jacksonville Jaguars were lauded for the offensive game plan against the Baltimore Ravens, in part because they blew the doors off them. Against the New York Jets the play calling was one of the biggest scapegoats, which is pretty standard after a loss where your offense is inept. The issues for the Jaguars offense however, start and end with one person, and that’s why you see such “Jekyll and Hyde” from their offensive game plans.

Scouting report: Jacksonville Jaguars’ offensive line is physical, run game effective -
As we have been for several years now, we’ll break down the Pittsburgh Steelers’ opponent each week, telling you what to expect from a scheme and individual standpoint. Like last year, Josh Carney and I will cover the opposing team’s offense. I will focus on scheme, Josh on the players.

Today, the Jacksonville Jaguars’ offense.