On 15 carries, Ivory rushed for 98 yards and a touchdown, bringing him to 467 rushing yards and two scores on the year. In his last four games, Ivory has 352 yards, and that includes an 11-yard game in Week 8. His touchdown Sunday came on a 1-yard run early in the second half.
Fantasy impact: Ivory's first big game -- 34 rushes, 104 yards in Week 7 -- seemed like a fluke, as he gained that yardage despite only 3.1 yards per carry. It seemed a clear quantity-over-quality situation. His last two games, though, have provided 237 yards in value on only 33 carries, an average of more than 7 yards per rush.
It remains to be seen whether Ivory can remain healthy long-term, but as long as he's out there, he's pretty clearly supplanted Bilal Powell as the team's top running back. He's a low-end RB2 at best, but he's providing plenty of value so far.