Chris Ivory, RB, Jets
|RB - #48||NYJ||Active||6 years||27||6'0||222||@ivory_29|
2014 Outlook: Bye Week Fill-inLast updated on Jul-14-2014 by Mark Morales-Smith
Chris Ivory has always put up solid numbers, but has had a hard time staying on the field. Ivory was relatively healthy in 2013, though. Ivory's touches will be limited thanks to the arrival of Chris Johnson. While Ivory averages almost five yards a carry for his career, he has never carried the ball more than 182 times in a season. Ivory is a non-factor in the passing game, which really hurts his PPR value. How the Jets divide up carries is yet to be seen, but expect Johnson to be the top guy in New York. Ivory will also have to contend with Bilal Powell and Daryl Richardson. Ivory will likely lead the Jets in yards per carry; however, Johnson will lead this backfield in fantasy points. Ivory should be drafted as a bench player and maybe even left on the waiver wire in PPR.
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|11.10||Draft Sharks - I think people are underrating how much play Ivory will get this season. He might be a better runner than Chris Johnson at this point of their careers.|
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