That was about as ugly a win as you'll see.
The Steelers jumped on the Jaguars early and then went into turtle mode, throwing the ball five times in the second half.
OK, they actually dropped back to pass eight times in the second half, but three resulted in sacks.
And yes, that was Max Starks giving up one to some dude named John Chick – couldn't make that one up – and allowing Chick to get by him to push Ben Roethlisberger into another one.
Roethlisberger said following the game that the Jaguars were taking away the short passes and forcing the Steelers to throw the ball deep – which probably wasn't a bad game plan once the winds picked up at Heinz Field.
© That was probably the only good coaching move by Jacksonville.
Jack Del Rio's most crucial error? Lining up to convert a fourth-and-6, taking a timeout and then kicking a field goal with less than five minutes remaining and down 17-10.
What good does 17-13 do you when your quarterback still hadn't broken 100 yards at that point?
It goes back to a something one of the longtime reporters likes to say, "The other side has coaches too."
© OK, the Lawrence Timmons at outside linebacker thing has pretty much run its course.
Can you believe Timmons played an entire game today with the Jaguars running his way and had not a single tackle. That's right, zero.
He also was a non-factor as a pass rusher despite being lined up against Cameron Bradfield and guard Will Rackley, a pair of rookies from football powerhouses Lehigh and Grand Valley State.
Timmons is a run-and-chase linebacker who excels in coverage. If Jason Worilds is able to play next week at Arizona, the Steelers would be well served to put him at outside linebacker or move Timmons back inside.
If not, Beanie Wells could run wild.
© Brett Keisel, by the way, did what you're supposed to do lined up against a pair of rookies from Lehigh and Grand Valley State, picking up a pair of sacks and batting down a couple of passes at the line of scrimmage.
© I wonder if the Rashard Mendenhall haters – and they are many – will be as vocal this week or if they'll wait until the next time he has a tough game to come out of the woodwork again.
© Same goes for all the people saying LaMarr Woodley was overweight and lazy.
© That's 11 TDs in his last 11 games for Mendenhall and 11.5 sacks for Woodley in his last 13 games, including the postseason. But who's counting?
© Doug Legursky suffered a dislocated toe, while Troy Polamalu was suffering from concussion-like symptoms.
Both are expected to be OK. In fact, Polamalu is expected to play next week at Arizona.