Great analysis, thanks for the post.
I feel as though that the full house formation could potentially be a good look for moving forward because it matches our personnel in the backfield and on the line rather well.
This is the base of the fullhouse for people who are not familiar with it.
This formation is espcially usefull for the isoblocks that the OP mentioned. The iso, again for those unfamiliar with football technicalities, typically is a man blocking scheme where an offense will insert their second level player onto a defensive second level player at the point of attack.
Take a look at this very basic Fullhouse formation play:
Here, the key element is the inclusion of an H-back. The H-back can block, run, or go out for a pass here. True jack of all trades, master of none postion.
One thing that has always bothered about the Jets use of Keller is their reluctance to use him as an H-back, which I thought he would be used as more when drafted.
If we can put Greene back there will Keller and someone like Hilliard then some real cool plays can be run out of the formation. Different swing passes, exotic blocks, ect.
Now, what else could be cool out of this formation would be the inclusion of tebow. We could potentially play Greene*, Keller, and Tebow, three playmakers (*I'm using the term playmaker lightly here), all in the same backfield.
So we would have those three in the backfield, with Sanchez at QB. This would be a very effective formation to run or pass out of.