[QUOTE=parafly;4501871]The article is 100% on the money in its assessment of Greene. He is a completely one dimensional player who routinely leaves yards on the field and is below average in the receiving and pass blocking departments.
In today's NFL where the running game consists of a committee of specialized players, Greene simply isn't a good fit anywhere. The Jets need to move on from Greene and find a long term workhorse solution, and I believe this is a part of their plan. The hope is that McKnight continues his development as a change of pace and third down player while Ganaway emerges into the player that Greene was supposed to be.[/QUOTE]
Terrance Ganaway isn't as good a back as Shonn Greene. Terrance Ganaway it takes him a long time for him to reach top speed. Against the speed of Nfl defenses that can be a serious problem.
Right now without a doubt Shonn Greene is the best back Jets have on their roster. Ideally you might want a better all round RB than Greene, but Greene is still a nice complement RB to that number 1 Rb type. Whenever you find that RB.