Chris Ivory, RB
Ivory enjoyed his first 1,000-yard season and set a new career-high in touchdowns (seven) last year only to see the Jets let him go after three solid years of service. He now heads to Jacksonville where he is going to be relied upon to lead the charge out of the backfield while T.J. Yeldon continues to learn the NFL ropes. The Jags have said that he should see the lion's share of the carries and it's going to be up to him to help establish a strong enough ground game to keep defenses from focusing solely on Blake Bortles and his pair of Allens. The Jaguars would eventually like to see Yeldon be their every-down back, but until he consistently out-produces Ivory, he'll remain the second fiddle.