Found April 29, 2013 on
Free at last Juan…
We have all been waiting for Ivory to be freed of Saints RBBC Island and now he goes to a place where his skills will be utilized to the fullest. You want ground and pound? So does Rex Ryan. Too bad sh*tty Shonn Greene was getting the majority of the touches over the past couple of years and wasting my time. Ivory in games where he has received at least 10 touches averaged 5.2 YPC and 78 total yards. The guy call can ball and has a Marshawn Lynch type vibe to the way he runs the ball. Violent.
Mike Goodson may be the 3rd down back and may take some receptions away, but I’m not sold on him as a threat to Ivory’s overall fantasy value. Sexy Rexy wants to pound the rock with a Beast Mode like RB, and Ivory is that guy. He does bring his injury tag along with him from the Big Easy, so it remains to be seen if he can last an entire season without missing games. I’ll call him a strong RB2 if he can get the same amount of touches as Greene received: 283 and 295 over the last 2 seasons respectively. This guy is much more talented than the soft Greene and now he will have his chance to prove himself. I’m in.
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