RB Chris Ivory - New York Jets
|6-0, 222||Born: 3-22-1988||College: Tiffin||Drafted: ---|
He is listed as probable on this week's official injury report.
News you need to know
General News (Sat Nov 22): practiced fully on Saturday and is expected to play this week.
General News (Thu Nov 20): practiced fully on Thursday.
General News (Wed Nov 19): practiced fully on Wednesday.
Week 12: at Buffalo Bills
Mark and Joe say: Good matchup. The Jets rushed the football a lot back on October 26, gaining 33/173/3 as a team against Buffalo. Chris Ivory had a fine game with 13/43/2 to his credit and Michael Vick led the team in rushing with 8/69/0 on the ground. Bilal Powell siphoned off a TD from Ivory with 4/28/1, and Percy Harvin also had four carries for 28 yards, but no TDs. Coming off their bye week, Ivory and company should be ready to rock with all their nicks and dings healed up - before the bye week they upset Pittsburgh 20-13 behind 36/150/0 rushing. Ivory (14/51/0 rushing), Vick (8/39/0) and Harvin (6/33/0 rushing with 2/23/0 receiving) were the top three rushers during the game. Chris Johnson had 7/23/0 rushing and 1/12/0 receiving in a complimentary role behind Ivory's lead. The Bills gave up 24/125/0 rushing to the Dolphins last week, and handed out 24/127/2 to the Chiefs two games ago - their defensive front has been consistently underwhelming during November. To date, the team averages 99.0 rushing yards allowed per game, with five rushing scores given up, but they've been playing softer than the season average would indicate. Advantage, Ivory and the Jets.
Recent Stats and Projections
Recent Game Summaries
2014 Week 9 vs KC (8 / 22 / 0 rush, 0 / 0 / 0 / 0 rec)
Chris Ivory started, but never developed any rhythm. New York fell into an early 14-0 hole, which affected game flow and provided more opportunities for Chris Johnson and Bilal Powell. New York was intent on feeding Percy Harvin, Eric Decker, and Johnson, so Ivory's touches were limited.
2014 Week 10 vs PIT (14 / 51 / 0 rush, 0 / 0 / 0 / 0 rec)
Chris Johnson started the game, but given the game flow, Ivory was utilized more frequently. New York jumped out to an early 17-0 lead in the first quarter, so game flow favored Ivory. Ivory out-snapped and out-touched Johnson, but Pittsburgh did a good job stacking the box to neutralize Ivory. Ivory received all three of New York's red zone carries, but failed to find pay dirt for the third straight week. During the fourth quarter, Ivory was the designated chain-mover and fought for tough yards and first downs. Ivory picked up a key 3rd-and-1 midway through the fourth quarter that bled the clock for an additional three minutes. Ivory's production is often viewed as touchdown dependent, but he did all of the dirty work for New York's offense.
Latest NewsJets | Chris Ivory, Chris Johnson probable (Sat Nov 22, 09:17 PM) - New York Jets RB Chris Ivory (shoulder) and Chris Johnson (knee) are both listed as probable for the team's Week 12 game Monday, Nov. 24. Our View: The Bills are tough on the road and the Jets have wavered on their commitment to Ivory as of late, so stay away from this situation if you can.
link to story Jets | Chris Ivory, Chris Johnson practice fully (Thu Nov 20, 04:22 PM) - New York Jets RBs Chris Ivory (shoulder) and Chris Johnson (knee) both practiced in full for the second straight day Thursday, Nov. 20. Our View: We don't know when this game (or where) will be played an so there is always the risk of something going wrong and you being out of luck. If you feel like rolling the dice, Ivory is a borderline RB3/RB4 and Johnson is an RB5.
link to story Jets | Chris Ivory practices in full (Wed Nov 19, 04:16 PM) - New York Jets RB Chris Ivory (shoulder) practiced in full Wednesday, Nov. 19. Our View: Ivory outproduced Chris Johnson before the team's bye week in the victory over the Steelers in Week 10. Weather could certainly play a factor in this week's game against the Bills. We see Ivory as a low-end RB2 because he'll still be splitting time in a RBBC with Johnson.
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