Sometimes being successful in the NFL is about schemes, matchups, and good fits.
Chris Ivory is hoping to become the shining example of a good fit, jump starting a career. After signing Ivory to a three-year $10 million deal, The Jets are hoping a guy who couldn’t get on the field in New Orleans, will emerge as the team’s every-down back.
“I have real high expectations,” Ivory told Mehta. “Once I get out there, I’ll open some more eyes.”
“It’s not a challenge,” Ivory said of his ability to become the top option for the Jets. “I know I’m capable of it. Once I’m healthy, I know all those things will fall in place . . . and everybody will see the three-down back that I am.”
Ivory averaged 5.1 yards per carry in three years with the Saints.