Jets beat writer Rich Cimini feels RB Chris Johnson's stock took a hit in Week 2:
Johnson suffered one of the worst statistical games of his career, managing only 21 yards on 12 carries. He got the ball in a variety of positions, including a jet sweep, but he couldn't get to the second level. He looked a half-step slow hitting the hole.
Johnson and Ivory essentially split carries but Ivory rushed for 43 yards on 13 carries and did have another touchdown. We knew Ivory would get in-close touches but if he continues to take advantage the Jets could increase his workload.