Ivory had a solid game last week against Miami, carrying 12 times for 61 yards (5.1 YPC) and catching a 12-yard pass on his only target -- just his second reception of the season. With his ankle seemingly better, he'll likely see the bulk of the workload against Oakland here in Week 14.
The Raiders are allowing just 102.8 rush yards per game, but have given up 10 touchdowns on the ground. That's promising for Ivory if the Jets' anemic offense can find its way to the goal line, where Ivory would likely get a few shots at punching the ball into the end zone. Still, with opposing defenses able to key on the run thanks to New York's awful passing game, Ivory's more of an RB3/flex than a guy you can feel comfortable starting.
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