2. Chris Ivory, running back, Jacksonville Jaguars
In his first three games with the Jaguars, Chris Ivory registered only 75 yards from 31 carries which resulted in a poor 2.4 yards per run average. However, in the last two games Ivory has shown much more flash and he is running the ball with a lot more purpose. In his last two performances, he has tallied 138 yards off 27 carries which is more than double his average of his first three games at 5.1 yards per carry.
It is clear that the offensive coordinator change had a big effect on Ivory. Ivory has 138 rushing yards in two games with Nathaniel Hackett calling the plays compared to only 129 yards through five games with former offensive coordinator Greg Olson. Maybe missing the first two games of the season made it hard for Ivory to find his groove but it is clear that he has been more effective under Hackett.
Would it have been nice to see him receive more than nine carries in Week 10? Of course! Despite that, it is still nice to see him proving his worth to the young Jaguars offense.