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CHRIS IVORY RUMORS & GOSSIP

Chris Ivory or Stevan Ridley?

The Jets have somewhat of a dilemma on their hands: they have two running backs with incredibly similar skill sets. Chris Ivory and Stevan Ridley are both bruising backs who hit the hole hard, and offer little to nothing in the passing game. Offensive coordinator Chan Gailey has little use for a one cut back in his spread scheme, where he loves to throw the ball to his running backs...
Via EndZoneScore
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Who the Jets Should Target in Round One

Jameis Winston View image | gettyimages.com If he’s available, grab him. It’ll be highly unlikely he’s around though. There’s question of whether his arm can hold up at the NFL level, that concern could possibly cause him to fall in stock, but not as far as 6th. 2014 stats- 305/467 completions, 65.3%, 3907 yards thrown, 25 touchdowns 18 interceptions (yikes!...
Via TopSportsReport
4 days ago  |  Discuss

A Look At The Jets Running Back Situation As Draft Day Nears

Last week an article looking at the best running backs in the draft was all set to be released as a continuation of the Jets biggest positions of need heading into the draft series. Then they went and signed Stevan Ridley and tossed a big wrench into that entire plan. However, the thing about the Ridley signing is that while he does add a lot more talent to the backfield, he still...
Via Pro Football Spot
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Chris Ivory tackled by his hair (Video)

A player’s hair is considered part of the NFL uniform. Chris Ivory was reminded of that rule in a harsh way. During Monday’s Jets-Bills game, Ivory took a short dump off pass from Geno Smith and was dragged down by Nigel Bradham, who grabbed the back’s hair. That may have hurt, but don’t expect Ivory...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
November 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Fantasy Football Analysis: Chris Ivory to be goal line vulture for Jets

Those looking for fantasy running options may want to keep an eye on Chris Ivory of the New York Jets. While Chris Johnson may was added over the offseason that does not mean that he will be the one toting the football across the goal line. In fact it appears that Chris Ivory is the favorite thus far. “If we were playing tomorrow, Chris Ivory would be on the goal line, obviously...
Via Tireball.com
July 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Fantasy Football: Johnson to the Jets: What does it mean for fantasy owners?

The New York Jets added to their running back core Wednesday afternoon with the signing of former Tennessee Titan Chris Johnson. The two-year deal has a base salary of $8 million with incentives, but the second year is a team option according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. It’s a low-risk, high reward move for the Jets, but what does it mean for fantasy owners? It should reduce the...
Via isportsweb.com
April 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Why Chris Ivory should get more playing time in 2014

It may not be the offseason for some teams, but the NFL season is surely over for the New York Jets. That means we’ll be running out a series of reflective articles here at cover32, peering back on some of the best and worse moments of the Jets’ 2013 season. Today, we look at one Jet who deserves more playing time, Chris Ivory. Ivory was hobbled at the start of the season and...
Via cover32 - Jets
January 24, 2014  |  Discuss

TOJ Interview: New York Jets Running Back Chris Ivory

TOJ’s Staff Writer Dalbin Osorio got to interview New York Jets Running Back Chris Ivory at the XBox One Loft today. A big thank you to Marc Sousa for allowing us a chance to interview The Kraken. You started out slow this year, but really picked it up after about Week 7. The Jets acquired you for a 4th round draft choice. What would you say to the fans that clamored for Idzik...
Via Turn On The Jets
January 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Which Jets earned game balls for the season?

After games, coaches give out game balls to their best defensive or offensive players. At cover32, we give them out after the season: Offense – Chris Ivory In a bunch of ways, Ivory had himself a relatively modest season. He didn’t run for 1,000 yards. He didn’t carry the ball more than 200 times. He almost never catches passes out of the backfield. By most intents and purposes...
Via cover32 - Jets
January 07, 2014  |  Discuss

New York Jets look to win 2 in a row

The New York Jets travel to Carolina this week to take on the (9-3) Panthers. The Jets sit outside the AFC playoff picture at (6-7) with three must-win-games left on their schedule. Geno Smith will need to close to perfect to pull off the upset for the Jets on Sunday. Geno Smith and the Jets offense will face their toughest test of the season Sunday. Carolina defense is one of the...
Via isportsweb.com
December 13, 2013  |  Discuss
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