The Jacksonville Jaguars are flying high after beating the New Orleans Saints in Week 7. Next, they'll face the Pittsburgh Steelers on the road. If the Jags manage to pull off the win, they'll go into their BYE with a 6-2 record and a strong grasp of the top spot in the AFC South. Then again, beating the Steelers at Acrisure Stadium won't be a walk in the park.
George Pickens is among the best receivers in the league and the Pittsburgh offense got an overall boost last week with the return of Diontae Johnson to the lineup. On the other hand, the Jaguars have enough players to slow down the Steelers' passing attack, even if Tyson Campbell, who's listed as questionable isn't good to go.
In the end, this will be an enticing matchup, one the Jags are looking to win. With this in mind, here's everything you need to know.
Jaguars vs. Steelers Week 8 injury report
The Jacksonville Jaguars already ruled out wide receiver Zay Jones and cornerback Gregory Junior. The former has been dealing with a knee injury that has limited him to three games while the latter just returned from Injured Reserve and may need a bit more of time before he's a full go. Tyson Campbell, Trevor Lawrence, safety Andre Cisco, offensive lineman Walker Little, and right guard Brandon Scherff got the questionable tag.
Lawrence and Scherff played against the Saints despite the fact that they popped up in the injury report. They should be good to go in Week 8. The same is true for Cisco, who hurt his hamstring last week and was held back as a precautionary measure. Campbell and Little are trending in the right direction but both could be game-time decisions.
One big news regarding the Jacksonville injury report is that Davon Hamilton didn't appear. He's been a full participant in practice the last two weeks and was officially activated from the Injured Reserve Saturday. Hamilton suffered a non-football back injury in the preseason and started the year on IR. If he makes his debut, he'll bolster an already stout defensive front.
The Jags also announced they've elevated cornerback Tevaughn Campbell from the practice squad. He could serve as insurance in case the other Campbell sits out.
On the other side of the aisle, Pittsburgh has listed cornerbacks Joey Porter Jr. (calf), Levi Wallace (foot) and James Pierre (ankle) as questionable.
Jaguars vs. Steelers Moneyline, Over/Under for Week 8
The Jacksonville Jaguars are a 1.5 favorite with a moneyline of -124, according to BetMGM. Place a wager of $124 on them and win $100 if they beat Pittsburgh. The Steelers' moneyline stands at +115. Bet $100 on them and win $115 if they come on top in Week 8. The over/under for the game is set at 41 points.
How to watch Jaguars vs. Steelers in Week 8
Kickoff will be at 1:00 p.m. ET/10:00 a.m. PT. It will be shown on CBS47. Ian Eagle, and Charles Davis will provide live commentary from the boot while Evan Washburn will handle sideline duty.
You can also catch the game on 1010 AM/92.5 FM or Gators Country 99.9. Frank Frangie, Jeff Lageman and Tony Boselli will be the booth analysts while Bucky Brooks reports from the sidelines.
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