Ivory carried 18 times for 76 yards and a touchdown last week against Oakland, but this week he draws a Carolina defense that's been one of the stingiest in the league against the run. The Panthers are allowing just 80 yards per game on the ground, and they've surrendered just three rushing scores.
Considering the strength of the opposition and the inconsistency of the Jets' offense, Ivory is more of a flex consideration than a true starter this week. Still, all in all, he's been surprisingly effective since the Jets unleashed him back in Week 7. He's gained 524 yards on the ground in his last seven games.
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