Originally Posted by Funaz
+1. If you put greene behind the 10 oline you'd get the same results you got in the play offs. The problem is we're not opening up any holes up the middle which is where we are trying to power run. Greene is not a shifty back, and doesn't have the speed to reach the corner.
Which is why he sucks - too many limitations.
Greene is the perfect back for a ground and pound team. Our O-line isn't however.
Since when is "ground and pound" defined by straight ahead carries?
It's not. Greene just happens to suck at those too.
You miss the point that when Greene has open holes he still doesn't utilize them like a skilled RB would.
Everything he does is slow and minimal.
The problem is Greene not the OL.