JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — 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.