Found December 27, 2011 on Fox Sports Florida:
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- The Jacksonville Jaguars have plenty to play for in Sunday's season finale. They want to give outgoing owner Wayne Weaver a victory in his final game. They want to get Maurice Jones-Drew the league rushing title. They want to keep the defense ranked in the top five. All are realistic goals against the suddenly streaking Indianapolis Colts (2-13), who have won two in a row against AFC South opponents. Interim coach Mel Tucker reminded his players of everything at stake during a team meeting Monday. What he didn't mention was any of those draft scenarios that have dominated outside conversation, especially not the one in which the Jaguars (4-11) could prevent the Colts from having the top pick in April. Instead, it's about winning for the Weavers, getting yards for MoJo and making stops on defense. If all those happen Sunday, the Jaguars would end a mostly forgettable season with some positive memories. "That's an extra piece of mot...
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