Sunday’s Best: The Steelers’ worst


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Leonard Fournette heads up the runway after the game. - MATT SUNDAY / DKPS

Sundays were supposed to be about setting records, getting in the end zone and watching Antonio Brown take advantage of relaxed touchdown celebration regulations.

Five weeks into the season, though, it's a very different story.

Ben Roethlisberger threw five interceptions against the Jaguars, setting a different kind of record, and Leonard Fournette looked like the super-freak that he is en route to a 31-9 Jags win.

When you cover a game in a more 'one-sided' fashion -- our subscribers are Steelers fans -- it makes things pretty difficult when the side you are paying strong attention to can't find the end zone or, really, do much of anything offensively.

If I would have covered this game for a wire service, therefore shooting both sides equally, I would have spent 95 percent of my energy focusing on Fournette and the Jaguars defense, because there was no other story.

I still have some images I like of Fournette, and of the Steelers even, and I'd like to share those with you guys:

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