INDIANAPOLIS – The words used by the Indianapolis Colts to describe Jacksonville Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew ranged from "fire hydrant" to "one of the best in the league" to "powerful." The list could go on and on. “He’s built like a fire hydrant, runs like a shorebird,” Colts coach Chuck Pagano said. “Tree trunks for legs. Never stops churning. Powerful, powerful guy. What was said in and around the Indianapolis Colts locker room Thursday: He routinely has his way with the Colts defense. The Jaguars best shot at pulling an upset Sunday at EverBank Field is instructing QB Blaine Gabbert to hand off as much as possible to his workhorse. That would be MJD.