If available: If Chris Ivory is available, it’s time for you to change that. Ivory had a big game in Week 9, his first for the Jaguars. Yes, Jacksonville fans finally got to see what Jets fans have witnessed in previous years. Ivory ran hard and showed signs of being the man who led the AFC in rushing last season. He rushed 18 times for 107 yards and what should have been a touchdown (thanks refs) against the Chiefs. Yeldon may have out snapped him 43 to 34, but Ivory was the lead back and the primary rusher. Yeldon will factor in as a change of pace and pass catching back, but Ivory is clearly the better runner.