The Pittsburgh Steelers spent training camp talking about the need to get to the quarterback and get the ball.

A month into the season, neither has happened with any regularity.

The Steelers (2-2) managed just one sack in last Sunday's upset loss to Tampa Bay and rank 18th in the league with seven through the first four weeks. Pittsburgh has created only three turnovers in 16 quarters, one of them produced by the special teams in a win over Carolina.

An influx of new faces and injuries haven't helped. Harrison says the biggest problem isn't physical right now but mental. The five-time Pro Bowl linebacker says the Steelers need to be more consistent starting Sunday when they travel to winless Jacksonville (0-4).


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