A decade removed from his undefeated seasons at De La Salle High School-Concord, Maurice Jones-Drew is marooned on a winless Jacksonville Jaguars team.

"It's different now obviously than it was in high school," Jones-Drew said earlier this week. "But I have the same mindset: we have a chance to win every game. It doesn't matter who we play."

The Jaguars (0-7) play Sunday at Wembley Stadium against a 49ers team that's won four straight and boasts a 5-2 record.

Jones-Drew is in his eighth — and potentially last — season with the Jaguars. He's in the final year of a contract paying him nearly $5 million this season, and he could be moved by next Tuesday's trade deadline.

An offseason resident of Danville's Blackhawk region, Jones-Drew speaks loyally of the Jaguars: "As an organization, you have to go through tough times to appreciate wins.
"Right now that's what we're going through. We're all fighting for what we feel is right."

They're battling a young roster that's switched quarterbacks — Blaine Gabbert to Chad Henne — under first-year coach Gus Bradley. All their losses this season have been by at least 10 points.