The Jaguars' news releases call Maurice Jones-drew a "do-it-all back."
He leads the club in rushing attempts (108), rushing yards (463), touchdowns (eight) and yards from scrimmage (628). But after last week's career-high 33-carry outing against the Rams, perhaps Jones-Drew is doing too much.
Jones-Drew would never admit that, but Jaguars coach Jack Del Rio is more realistic about it: Too many 33-carry games equate to too much bodily punishment.
"Maurice took the lion's share of work [against the Rams]," Del Rio said. "Now we have a bye week, so it worked out to where [his workload] was not a big deal, but [we] couldn't do that week in and week out."