Ground and Pound=The Jets Seeing Greene?

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It will be Greene. It should be a good thing for him, as he is a guy that averages over 4 yards per carry for his career. As I said, last year, Greene did quite well in his first year at the lead back position. For the Jets, Greene is essential for a bounce back season.

To date, Tony Sparano has been happy with what he has seen

“He fits in pretty well. I mean Shonn is a physical back,” Sparano said. “I remember watching this guy come out in college, watching his college tape. It was tremendous. He’s built the right way. He gets his shoulders squared to the line of scrimmage, he breaks tackles, and he runs with the right pad level. To me, he has all the qualities I look for in those type of A-back players.”

As Jets fans, we can only hope.

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Topics: Alan Schechter, Bilal Powell, Ground And Pound, Joe Mcknight, Ladainian Tomlinson, NY Jets, Rex Ryan, Running Back, Shonn Greene, Tony Sparano

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