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33 Chris Ivory RB
Height/Weight: 6-0/222 | Birthdate: 3/22/1988 | Birthplace: Longview, TX, USA | Team: New York | College: Tiffin University | NFL Experience: 5 | Owned/Started%: 85/29 | Average Draft Position: 146.35
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Jets fail to get Chris Johnson and Chris Ivory on track Sunday


by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com
(12/14/2014) Jets running backs Chris Johnson and Chris Ivory failed to combine for 100 rushing yards in a 16-11 victory over the Titans Sunday.

Johnson received 10 carries and produced 55 rushing yards. He was targeted once in the passing game, but failed to catch his only target.

Ivory rushed for 25 yards on 12 carries and scored the game-winning touchdown on a 1-yard run in the fourth quarter. He also caught his only passing target for 1 yard.

The Jets host the Patriots Week 16.


Jets' Chris Ivory, Chris Johnson held scoreless Sunday


by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com
(12/7/2014) Jets running backs Chris Ivory and Chris Johnson did not reach the end zone during the Jets’ 30-24 loss to the Vikings Sunday.

Ivory had a more productive day, producing 73 rushing yards on 16 attempts including catching one pass on two targets for 4 yards. Johnson also had 16 carries, but produced just 53 rushing yards. He also added two catches on two targets for 13 yards.

The Jets will play at Tennessee Week 15.


Chris Johnson outshining Chris Ivory


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(12/2/2014) Jets running back Chris Johnson has showed some signs of life in recent weeks, and appears to have earned a bit of a bigger role in the team's offense after Week 13's 16-13 loss to the Dolphins.

Johnson rushed the ball a season-high 17 times for 105 yards, both of which led the team. This is just the second time he has finished a game with more carries than Chris Ivory in the last six, though they both also had seven in the team's previous game.

Ivory had been the better runner over the first half of the season, but he has fallen off the pace of late, which has allowed Johnson to cut into his playing time a bit. Ivory is averaging 4.4 yards per carry for the season, while Johnson is now up to 4.6, and the gap is mostly from the last five games. Johnson is averaging 5.4 yards per carry, while Ivory is at 3.6 yards per carry in that span.

Neither player is a must-start Fantasy option, but Johnson is starting to show signs of being the player the Jets they were getting when they added him this offseason. The continued split workload makes it hard to rely on either player, however, so view Johnson and Ivory both as just low-end starting Fantasy options down the stretch.


Chris Ivory grinds out 62 yards


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(12/2/2014) Jets running back Chris Ivory rushed 16 times for 62 yards in Monday's loss to the Dolphins, his highest output since Week 7. Ivory, who was not targeted in the passing game, failed to score for the fourth straight week.

He'll visit the Vikings in Week 14.


Jets' runners ready to roll


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(12/1/2014) Jets running backs Chris Ivory (shoulder), Chris Johnson (knee) and Bilal Powell (illness) are active for the game against the Dolphins after being listed as probable.

Probables dominate injury report released by Jets


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(11/29/2014) The Jets have ruled out defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson (toe) and tight end Jace Amaro (concussion) for the Monday night game against Miami.

The team is otherwise healthy. All others on their injury report are probable, including quarterback Michael Vick (wrist) and running backs Chris Ivory (shoulder), Chris Johnson (knee), Bilal Powell (illness) and John Conner (groin). The other offensive probables are linemen Nick Mangold (shoulder), Oday Aboushi (shoulder) and Willie Colon (knee) and wideout Eric Decker (toe).

The defensive probables are linebackers Antwan Barnes (knee) and David Harris (shoulder), defensive back Jaiquawn Jarrett (calf) and defensive lineman Sheldon Richardson (back).


Jets get away from running game in Week 12 loss


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(11/24/2014) Jets running backs Chris Johnson and Chris Ivory each ran seven times in Monday's 38-3 loss to the Bills. Johnson gained 40 yards, Ivory 31, but the Jets got away from the ground game as their deficit mounted.

Johnson caught three of four passes for 22 yards, while Ivory hauled in all three of his targets for 7 yards.

They'll face the Dolphins in Week 13.


Chris Ivory, Chris Johnson among Jets cleared to play


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(11/24/2014) All the Jets who were probable on the injury report are active for Monday's game against the Bills in Detroit.

The list includes running backs Chris Ivory (shoulder) and Chris Johnson (knee), guard Oday Aboushi (shoulder), linebacker Antwan Barnes (knee), guard Willie Colon (knee), wideout T.J. Graham (neck), linebacker David Harris (shoulder), safety Jaiquawn Jarrett (calf), center Nick Mangold (shoulder), linebacker Trevor Reilly (knee), receiver Greg Salas (wrist), cornerback Darrin Walls (calf) and quarterback Geno Smith (right shoulder).


Jets list 11 players as probable for Monday night


by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com
(11/22/2014) 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
(11/9/2014) 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
(11/2/2014) 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
(11/2/2014) 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
(10/26/2014) 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.


Chris Ivory still the No. 1 option


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(10/26/2014) If anything good came out of the Jets' 43-23 drubbing at the hands of the Bills in Week 8, it might just be that the team finally seems to be going away from a timeshare at running back.

Chris Johnson received just three carries in Sunday's game, the second time in three games he has recorded that total. His backfield mate Chris Ivory saw the majority of the work, rushing the ball 13 times for 43 yards and two touchdowns, giving him three over the last two weeks.

Ivory has been the more impressive runner for the Jets this season, but Fantasy owners have had to deal with concerns about his role throughout the season, with Johnson getting 10-plus carries on four separate occasions. However, Ivory has 46 more carries than Johnson over the last five games, and is clearly the top option.

Ivory makes for a solid Fantasy starter moving forward, while Johnson is little more than a reserve option at this point. Keep Ivory active in Week 9, even with a tough matchup against the Chiefs on the way.


One and done for Jets running backs?


by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer
(10/23/2014) Chris Ivory and Chris Johnson each turned in his best game of the season (or close to it) Week 7 at New England, with Ivory contributing 107 yards and a touchdown on 21 carries and Johnson going for 61 yards on 13 carries. Ivory had averaged just 44.4 rushing yards in his previous five games, and Johnson had averaged just 26.4.

You know the number that jumps out to me in all of that? How likely are those two to get a combined 34 carries again? Their previous combined high was 25, and that came way back in Week 2. They managed to keep it close against the Patriots in Week 7, but that won't be the norm for a 1-6 team with Geno Smith at quarterback.

Besides, they host Buffalo in Week 8. The Bills rank fourth against the run, allowing 80.4 yards per game and 3.2 yards per carry. They haven't allowed a touchdown on the ground all season.

It was nice to see Ivory and Johnson can still perform well when they get the opportunity, but they won't get the opportunity often and wouldn't be able to make the most of it this week anyway. Jamey Eisenberg and Dave Richard both rank Ivory among their top 24 running backs for the week, but for me, that's too high.


Jets RB Chris Ivory gets back on track in Week 7


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(10/17/2014) Jets running back Chris Ivory bounced back with a productive performance, cracking the century mark and scoring his third touchdown of the season in his team's loss to the Patriots in Week 7.

Ivory gashed New England's front line for 69 yards on 14 attempts in the first half. He leaped his way over his blockers and into the end zone from 1 yard out on the opening drive of the second half. Ivory finished the game with a season-high 107 yards on the ground on 21 carries, averaging 5.1 yards per carry. He caught all four of his targets for 18 yards in a 27-25 defeat.

Ivory has rushed for 432 yards through seven games. He has two 100-yard performances this season. He'll look for his third at home Week 8 against the Bills.


Nothing changes for Chris Ivory


by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer
(10/12/2014) If you own Chris Ivory in Fantasy, you've probably gotten used to him giving you 40-50 yards on 10-12 carries. So it was nothing less than a shock -- a shock, I say! -- to see him contribute just 7 yards on eight carries Week 6 against Denver.

But it was a tough matchup. The Broncos entered the day allowing 88.3 yards rushing yards per game and just 3.5 per carry. And it's not like some other Jets running back did what Ivory couldn't. Chris Johnson had three carries for 9 yards, and Bilal Powell had two for 4.

Bottom line: This performance for Ivory in no way changes his role or Fantasy relevance, which is both good and bad news. The good news is that he's still the Jets go-to ball carrier. The bad news is he's confined to about 40-50 yards on 10-12 carries in that role.

Ivory is worth rostering in Fantasy as a bye-week replacement and nothing more.


Jets backfield trio comes up with huge dud on Sunday


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(10/12/2014) The Jets backfield could not exactly be called a three-headed monster after their performance Sunday against the Broncos - though their production could be called monstrous.

Chris Ivory, Chris Johnson and Bilal Powell combined for just 20 yards rushing on 13 carries. Ivory, who had been performing well recently, was mired at minus-1 yard after five attempts and finished with seven yards on eight rushes. He did snag a pass for 14 yards while Johnson added a reception for two yards.


Jets' Chris Ivory leads team in rushing yards Week 5


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(10/5/2014) Jets running back Chris Ivory led the club with 44 rushing yards Week 5.

It was an awful game for the Jets on offense. The team's quarterbacks had just 60 passing yards. Ivory only received nine carries, but made the most of his work, averaging 4.9 yards per carry. He was targeted in the passing game once, but couldn't come up with the ball. 

Ivory will take on the Broncos Week 6. 


Chris Ivory dominating the playing time in New York


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(9/29/2014) For the first time all season, Chris Johnson averaged more yards per carry than Chris Ivory for the Jets in Week 4 against the Lions Sunday. Still, Ivory dominated the playing time, as he continues to look like the best option in the Jets' backfield.

Johnson led the team with 7.3 yards per carry, though that number is skewed by the way his day went. Johnson had just 9 yards on five carries until his 35-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter, his first play of more than 12 yards on the season. By comparison, Ivory's 84 yards on 17 carries still looks pretty solid, especially for Fantasy owners looking forward.

The snap count numbers aren't much better for Johnson, who saw the field for just 28 percent of the team's plays; that was down from 36 the previous week. Ivory, on the other hand, jumped up from 34 percent to 58 percent in Week 4.

Johnson isn't going to disappear, especially not if he can show more examples of the big-play ability that made him so dangerous in the past. However, Fantasy owners should absolutely consider Ivory the top option in the Jets' backfield until further notice. 


Chris Ivory racks up 100 yards of total offense


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(9/28/2014) Jets running back Chris Ivory racked up 100 yards of total offense in a Week 4 loss to the Lions on Sunday.

Ivory got the start and ripped a 17-yard run right before the end of the first half, his longest gain of the day. He took 17 carries for 84 yards, averaging 4.9 yards per attempt. He also caught two of the six passes thrown his way for 16 yards in a 24-17 defeat.

Ivory has 50 carries for 274 yards on the ground through four games. He will look to shoulder the load in Week 5 against San Diego.


Chris Ivory outshining Chris Johnson through three games


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(9/24/2014) When perusing ProFootballFocus.com's stats on running backs, I discovered some interesting numbers for the Jets' backfield, and they shouldn't make Chris Johnson owners very happy.

Through the first three games of the season, Chris Ivory leads the league in Yards After Contact, per rushing attempt, at 3.9 yards. That goes a long way in explaining how Ivory ranks among the league leaders in yards per carry overall, at 5.7. Unfortunately, it also makes it hard to forgive Johnson's poor performance this far, as he is averaging just 3.5 yards per carry overall.

Johnson and Ivory have seen a nearly identical workload through three games, but Ivory has looked like the more competent back. Johnson is averaging nearly half as many yards after contact as Ivory, at just 2.1 -- this despite running behind the same line.

Head coach Rex Ryan suggested after Week 3 that Ivory is likely to cut into Johnson's playing time moving forward, noting, "There's not a whole lot of guys who want to tackle him." The duo has split playing time nearly evenly so far, but Ivory looks like the better bet moving forward.

The Jets face a tough run defense in Week 4 with the Lions coming into town, so you might not want to rely on either one this Sunday. Moving forward, however, Ivory looks like the guy to own here. 


It's a 'possibility' Chris Ivory will get more playing time


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(9/23/2014) After totaling 94 yards (44 rushing) during Monday's loss against the Bears and averaging 5.7 yards per carry through three games, Jets running back Chris Ivory might start to see more reps moving forward.

"Maybe Chris Ivory will get more time," coach Rex Ryan told reporters Tuesday. "He's running hard and there's not a whole lot of guys who want to tackle him. Will we play Chris Ivory more? That's a possibility."


Chris Ivory delivers a punishing 96 yards


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(9/23/2014) Jets running back Chris Ivory bowled over multiple would-be tacklers in Monday night's loss to the Bears. He ran 10 times for 44 yards and caught all four of his targets for 52 yards.

Ivory was clearly more effective than backfield partner Chris Johnson, who averaged 3.4 yards per carry and did not make a catch. Ivory plays the Lions in Week 4.


Chris Ivory reaches end zone again in Week 2


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(9/14/2014) Jets running back Chris Ivory gained 43 yards on 13 carries with one touchdown while also adding three yards on one reception in his team's 31-24 loss to the Packers in Week 2.

For the second straight week, Ivory and Chris Johnson both received at least 10 carries, and for the second straight week, Ivory led the team in rushing. With the team already up 14-3, he took a handoff up the middle for a four-yard touchdown, which was upheld upon review, early in the second quarter. It was his second touchdown in as many weeks after breaking off a 71-yard score in Week 1.

The Jets could shift the focus of the running game towards Ivory after he impressed in each of the team's first two games. He'll look to keep rolling when the Bears come to town in Week 3.