|Week 12 (@BUF) - Average||12.5||36.5||1.0||0.5||4.0||0||9|
|Week 12 (@BUF) - Dave Richard||13||29||1||0||0||0||8|
|Week 12 (@BUF) - Jamey Eisenberg||12||44||1||1||8||0||10|
|2014 Season - Average||161.5||695.0||5.0||3.0||16.0||0||90|
|2014 Season - Dave Richard||141||535||4||4||21||0||69|
|2014 Season - Jamey Eisenberg||182||855||6||2||11||0||110|
|Current Player Ranking: 49|
|Red Zone Stats|
|22||44||4|| 51.2||4||3||19||0|| 8.3|
|Shoulder - Probable for Week 12 at Buffalo|
|11/22/2014||Chris Ivory, RB NYJ|
Julius Thomas, TE DEN
|Alfred Morris, RB WAS|
Bobby Rainey, RB TB
Malcom Floyd, WR SD
|11/22/2014||Chris Ivory, RB NYJ||Andre Johnson, WR HOU|
|11/22/2014||Zach Ertz, TE PHI|
Odell Beckham, WR NYG
|Alfred Blue, RB HOU|
Chris Ivory, RB NYJ
Antonio Gates, TE SD
Rank Among Leaders
Jets list 11 players as probable for Monday night
|by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com|
|(11/22/14) Following a bye week, the Jets appear well rested heading into Week 12. The Jets listed offensive lineman Oday Aboushi (shoulder), wide receiver Eric Decker (hamstring), wide receiver Greg Salas (wrist), running back Chris Ivory (shoulder), running back Chris Johnson (knee), wide receiver T.J. Graham (neck), offensive lineman Willie Colon (knee), center Nick Mangold (shoulder), linebacker Antwan Barnes (knee), defensive back Darrin Walls (calf) and defensive back Jaiquawn Jarrett (calf) as probable for Monday night’s game against Buffalo.
Several Jets backs contribute to upset defeat of Steelers
|by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com|
|(11/9/14) The Jets divided up their carries effectively Sunday against Pittsburgh with Chris Ivory leading the way.
Ivory rushed for 33 yards on seven carries early, then did a lot of standing around on the sideline before returning to finish with 51 yards on 14 attempts. All-purpose Percy Harvin had 33 yards on six rushes while adding three catches for 23 yards. Chris Johnson added 23 yards on seven attempts and one reception for 12 yards. Bilal Powell managed four yards on his only run.
Jets running backs as unreliable as ever
|by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer|
|(11/2/14) Just one week removed from a two-touchdown game and just two weeks removed from a 20-carry game, Chris Ivory gained a measly 22 yards on eight carries Week 9 at Kansas City. Change-of-pace option Chris Johnson was better, gaining 69 yards on 11 carries and 32 on two catches, but he got his usual allotment of touches. If not for a couple big plays -- specifically, a 21-yard run in the second quarter and a 26-yard catch in the third, his performance would have been just as forgettable.
It's further evidence that you have no way to predict how either player will perform in a given week. For Ivory, it depends on both the score of the game (Week 7 was a rare close one for the Jets) and whether or not the Jets get inside the 5-yard line (which they rarely do). For Johnson, it depends whether or not he breaks a long one, which is especially unpredictable on a limited number of touches.
It's why I don't care to start either of running back in a standard 12-team league. In anything deeper, you may not have a choice, but Ivory and Johnson are just too unreliable for Week 10 against Pittsburgh.
Jets RBs total more than 100 rushing yards in Week 9 loss
|by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com|
|(11/2/14) Jets running back Chris Johnson had one of his better games of the season, and New York running backs totaled more than 100 rushing yards during a 24-10 loss Week 9 at Kansas City.
Johnson led the way with a team-high 69 rushing yards on 11 carries. His longest rush went 21 yards. Chris Ivory added 22 rushing yards on eight carries, while Bilal Powell had 20 rushing yards on five carries. Although, no Jets running back had a touchdown Sunday.
Johnson was the only running back to catch a pass, totaling two receptions for 32 yards. He was targeted three times.
The Jets are back in action Week 10 vs. Pittsburgh.
Chris Ivory scores two of Jets' three rushing TDs in Week 8 loss
|by R.J. White | CBSSports.com|
|(10/26/14) Jets running back Chris Ivory led the team's three-headed rushing attack Sunday, racking up 43 yards and two touchdowns on 13 carries in his team's 43-23 loss to the Bills in Week 8.
One game after rushing 21 times and posting his second 100-yard effort of the season, Ivory was the leader in the rushing game again, though the team's rushing leader ended up being backup quarterback Michael Vick. Both of Ivory's scores came from two yards out in the second quarter. He has delivered 475 yards on 101 carries with five touchdowns and 12 receptions for 103 yards.
The Jets also saw running back Bilal Powell deliver in limited action, rushing for 28 yards and a touchdown on four carries. Chris Johnson managed only three carries for seven yards while adding two receptions for 13 yards in the loss. The Jets will hit the road to face the Chiefs in Week 9.
Jets list 11 players as probable for Monday night
Week 12 Fantasy Cheat Sheet
What should owners expect from Josh Gordon in his first action of 2014? Our Dave Richard shares his thoughts on that and the rest of Week 12 in his latest Fantasy Cheat Sheet.
Weekly Lineup Winners for Week 12
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Week 12 Start 'Em and Sit 'Em
The Broncos are suddenly struggling offensively but that could change in Week 12, led by C.J. Anderson. Our Jamey Eisenberg shares his outlook in his latest Start 'Em and Sit 'Em.
Week 12 Fantasy Trade Values
Trying to acquire that one missing piece for your Fantasy roster before your trade deadline passes? Our Dave Richard unveils his final edition of Fantasy Trade Values for 2014.
|Chris Ivory is expected to share playing time with Chris Johnson this season, and we’ll find out in training camp who will get more touches. Based on last season, if Ivory gets the ball enough, he could be a beast. Ivory had five games in 2013 with at least 15 carries, and he had double digits in Fantasy points in all five outings. He played as we expected last season, battling a hamstring injury early in the year and losing touches to Bilal Powell, before closing the season with solid production. Adding Johnson clearly hurts the outlook for Ivory, but he can still be a useful flex option. Johnson has to prove he’s better than what he showed with the Titans in 2013 when he averaged 3.9 yards per carry compared to Ivory, who was at 4.6. Ivory is limited as a receiver with five career catches, but if the Jets are smart they’ll lean on him over Johnson as a rusher since he’s more physical and likely has better burst at this point in their respective careers. The best plan for Ivory is let him fall to you in Round 9 or later and hopefully he’ll do better than five games with double digits in Fantasy points this year.
(Updated 5/12/14) |