Why the Jets Should Sign Ryan Grant

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You know how they talk in baseball about how you can’t have enough starting pitching? Well, similar analogies can be made in football.

Someone made the great point using the Giants as an example by saying that they can’t have enough pass rushers, for their defensive scheme. Makes a lot of sense, doesn’t it?

Well, fast forward that to the Jets. In a “Ground and Pound” system, where running the ball takes the majority of the focus, couldn’t you make the argument that you can never have enough running backs? Makes sense.

Ryan Grant is a quality running back, still in his prime. He shouldn’t cost much since he is still available. If he checks out as healthy, the Jets should get this guy.

And do it now.

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Topics: Alan Schechter, Bilal Powell, Ground And Pound, Jets Depth Chart, Jets Ground And Pound, Joe Mcknight, John Griffin, NY Jets, Running Back, Ryan Grant, Ryan Grant Health, Shonn Greene, Terrance Ganaway, Tony Sparano

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