He set a career high with six rushing touchdowns last season and figures to increase his total in 2015. He looks terrific in camp and will be the Jets' No. 1 running back. He also projects as their goal-line back, and don't be surprised if he's more involved in the passing game than in previous years.
Chris Johnson is out, Stevan Ridley and Zac Stacy are in, but it doesn’t seem to matter to Ivory, who seems primed to lead the Jets’ backfield in touches in 2015. Ridley is probably his biggest competition, but he’s recovering from a knee injury, so Ivory’s lead seems to be large. Ivory is a career 4.7 YPC runner, and has averaged 4.4 YPC in two seasons with the Jets. Ivory is shaping up to be a nice middle round value, especially in standard leagues.