If the Jaguars were to make a Super Bowl run in 2013, it would certainly come as a surprise as they are the least likely to do so, according to bettors. For them to do so, many players would have to step up their game and Hyundai wants to know who they would be. They provided seven categories and asked which Jaguars would fill those roles: Enforcer - Maurice Jones-Drew: Absent for the majority of the 2012 season, the Jaguars were missing one of their biggest playmakers, but also one of their most physical threats. Very few players are better at making four yards out of one and driving opposing defenses than the 5-7 bowling ball. Brain - Blaine Gabbert: If the Jaguars are in Super Bowl XLVIII, it's probably safe to say that things went very right for them at the quarterback position. The most likely scenario will be Gabbert and while he certainly has the intelligence for the position, he hasn't been able to put together a strong season. To make a run in 2013, Gabbert will need to show that intelligence as he leads the Jaguars pass game.
Seven roles for seven Jaguars
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