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Running Back, New York Jets

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Draft: 2011 Round 3 (9)
Ht: 5’11”  Wt: 220 DOB: 1989-01-27 Age: 26

Season Stats
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  RushingReceiving Fantasy
Season Team G GS Att Yard Avg TDTarget Rec Yard Avg TD FFPts FFPts/G
2011 NE 14 2 88 443 5.0 1 5 3 13 4.3 0 51.6 3.7
2012 NYJ 16 0 290 1,263 4.4 12 14 6 51 8.5 0 203.4 12.7
2012 (Projected) NYJ     195 856 4.4 8   25 206 8.2 0 154.2  

2015 Outlook
Depth Chart
With BenJarvus Green-Ellis having departed via free agency to Cincinnati, Ridley will enter training camp as the teamís starter at running backÖ at least that is what the football world is expecting. What head coach Bill Belichick has in mind is anybodyís guess. Having looked solid in a reserve role as a rookie in 2011, Ridley shapes up as the best bet to start in a New England backfield that also includes Danny Woodhead, fellow 2nd year player Shane Vereen and former Colt Joseph Addai. Ridley is the most physical runner of the group and is the favorite to land the short yardage and fourth quarter clock eating work, provided he avoids the fumbling issues that landed him in Belichickís doghouse last season. With so many options, look for Ridley to get 10-12 touches per game, which should be good enough to rank as a mid-tier RB3 in 2012.
Fan. Tm. Player
RB1RB1 Chris Ivory
RB2RB2 Bilal Powell
RB3RB4 Zac Stacy
RB4RB3 Stevan Ridley
RB5FB1 Tommy Bohanon
RB6RB5 Daryl Richardson
Jets Depth Chart
News From The Past 90 Days
Ivory the favorite to be Jets' RB1     -- Fri Aug 7 4:20 pm --

HC: "He's going to have to become a better receiver"
The New York Jets have a crowded backfield, but one back has yet to emerge as a bellcow to shoulder the load. Chris Ivory is the leading man for the job, but Stevan Ridley, Bilal Powell, and Zac Stacy are waiting in the wings. Ivory, who's split carries with Chris Johnson and Powell the past two years, respectively, is hoping that 2015 is his breakout campaign as a No. 1 back. "Right now, Iím doing pretty much everything," Ivory said via ESPN." Although he has led the Jets in carries the last two seasons, he hasn't exactly found himself head-and-shoulders above his competition. This season could be different, as head coach Todd Bowles has been impressed with Ivory thus far. There's just one area of concern for Bowles, where Ivory needs to improve. "Heís as advertised," Bowles said. "We knew he was tough and he could pound it up in there. But he cuts well, heís got good vision [too]. "Heís going to have to become a better receiver," Bowles continued. "He has decent hands. He just needs to concentrate a little more." (Fox Sports)

FF Today's Take: Averaging just 592 rushing yards per season over his five years in the NFL, Ivory is far from a sexy pick. However, he racked up a career-high 943 total rushing and receiving yards last year and seven touchdowns. If he can secure the top spot on the Jets' depth chart, he could be a serviceable RB2 if you're still in the market for a back in the middle rounds.

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