Lack of targets could hurt MJD's value 

October, 13, 2011
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It's tough to complain too much about Jacksonville Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew, though clearly I'm about to do so. Consider that prior to the season he was, quite possibly, the biggest risk among the first-round running backs. Jones-Drew had a strong but uneven 2010 campaign, offseason surgery on his meniscus and a potentially bad team around him, especially when longtime starting quarterback David Garrard was unceremoniously punted to the side days before the season began.


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