Rushing title meaningless to Jones-Drew
Maurice Jones-Drew doesn't have much left to play for in 2011 when it comes to the Jacksonville Jaguars' hopes for the season.
But even though Jones-Drew leads the NFL with 1,137 yards rushing, he takes no consolation in that fact.
Asked by the Jacksonville Times-Union what the possibility of winning the rushing title would mean, Jones-Drew replied, "Nothing."
"We don't play for individual accolades," Jones-Drew said.
While that is a noble stance on Jones-Drew's part, the 3-9 Jaguars don't have anything else left to play for, other than pride. So perhaps they should rally around getting Jones-Drew his honor, similar to the way the Tennessee Titans made it their mission to get Chris Johnson 2,000 yards in 2009 with the team out of contention.
Terry McCormick covers the Titans for TitanInsider.com