100 moments in 100 days: Maurice Jones-Drew carried the Jaguars by himself for years
Maurice Jones-Drew, a second-round draft pick in 2006, possessed the ability to keep the Jacksonville Jaguars watchable all by himself, making him a special player.
Maurice started 70 of 114 games in eight seasons with the Jaguars and led the team in rushing in six of his eight seasons.
The three-time Pro Bowler’s career totals include 1,847 rushes for 8,167 yards and 68 touchdowns, 346 receptions for 2,944 yards and 11 touchdowns. Maurice is also the only player in Jaguars history with at least 1,300 rushing yards in three consecutive seasons as well as the first player in franchise history to lead the NFL in rushing as he finished with a team-record 1,606 yards in 2011.