Video: Analysis of Chris Ivory's latest injury (1 Viewer)

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Well it sounds like it was still pretty precautionary since he was taken out for fear of popping it in the 2nd half. Hopefully that means he will be ready this week, since he is a very dominant runner.
 
Well it sounds like it was still pretty precautionary since he was taken out for fear of popping it in the 2nd half. Hopefully that means he will be ready this week, since he is a very dominant runner.

I feel like it was precautionary. Sean Payton has began to realize how important Ivory is to the success of the team. I hope Ivory can work hard in the off-season and prepare his body for the rigors of the NFL cause he could become a real force at running back if he were to stay healthy.
 
According to Jeff Duncan Ivory said it felt like he was cramping up and that he would be good to go and could have played the rest of the game.
 
I feel like it was precautionary. Sean Payton has began to realize how important Ivory is to the success of the team. I hope Ivory can work hard in the off-season and prepare his body for the rigors of the NFL cause he could become a real force at running back if he were to stay healthy.

I hope ur right....I heard "MRI" in that clip...ugh.
 
According to Jeff Duncan Ivory said it felt like he was cramping up and that he would be good to go and could have played the rest of the game.

That's good news... but now with a 100% PT and Julius Jones on the roster we're friggin stacked at RB.
 
Dude, 15 "Videos" on posted on the first page. Jeez you watch a lot of videos.
 
i hate to be a debbie downer about the future of the tusk, but he runs hard every play and takes A LOT of damage. like the video said, the average life of a NFL back is 3-4 years. the way he runs, his life expectancy is going to be less than 2. with that said, you have to give props to Loomis for finding guys like Ivory for nothing and getting A LOT of value out of them. i hope, now that our backfield is healthy, Ivory starts to run SMART as well as HARD and he might make it long term. GREAT NEWS is that he isn't blowing out his knees or breaking any bones.
 
Chris Ivory? Meh...
J/K he rocks and has kept us in the running
this season. I like the idea someone had about
using him only one half per game. Thanks, Saint31.
 
If I was peyton, I would find the best RB coach, and send ivory to him in the offseason.
This "theoretical" guy could make this kid more dangerous and extend his career.
 
If I was peyton, I would find the best RB coach, and send ivory to him in the offseason.
This "theoretical" guy could make this kid more dangerous and extend his career.

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Ivory reminds me of Marion Barber. He looked better between the tackles than PT. Maybe the holes weren't there for PT like they were for Ivory. The offense looked more fluid with Pierre in the game though. If Ivory was just cramping he should have played more. When a back averages nearly 7ypc you dont sit him unless it's serious, and a cramp isn't serious.
 

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