the difference between Powell and Greene is that when there is a hole, Greene gets the bare minimum while Powell can at least hit the hole and gain a few yards. Sure, he dropped a big 3rd down pass, but at least he doesnt look like an OG running the ball
Powell and Greene both have roles that they can be succesful in, and the coaches need to figure out what those roles are soon.
If it were my choice, Powell is generally in there on the longer Down/Distance combos and Greene is in there for anything under 3 yards to go.
I like what Powell can bring to the passing game, and I think that the offense can be too predictable sometimes on 1st and 2nd down due to Greene's limitations in that area.
I also do not like the idea of Powell being counted on to convert short yardage situations, as he doesn't seem as decisive to the whole yet. Greene gets a lot of flack, but one thing he does well is decides on his lane, and hits it hard, and will usually pick up yards.
I think our offense could definitely benefit from Powell getting more touches, even if it served nothing less than having another body the D generally has to worry about in the passing game.
As much as people are down on Greene, and I agree, he's not the type of back that should be receiving 25 carries a game, Powell is not that back either, so the coaches need to find roles to utilize them both as best they can.