About the only good thing that came of the Jacksonville Jaguars' hideous 24-3 loss to the Miami Dolphins on Sunday was the fact that the Jaguars did not suffer any injuries.
While Jacksonville has no new injuries, they do have a bunch of players on the shelf that remain questionable for Week 16 against the first place New England Patriots.
Star running back Maurice Jones-Drew has been out with a sprained foot since Week 7, and it seems unlikely that he would return to action and risk possible re-injury with the season down the drain.
Cornerback Aaron Ross (leg) and running back Rashad Jennings (concussion) have both been out since Week 13. Jennings has yet to be cleared with his concussion.
Defensive end George Selvie is also dealing with a concussion and has missed the last two games. Running back Jordan Todman was inactive against the Dolphins due to a calf injury.