"You put on the tape, and this guy is like a rolling ball of butcher knives," Pagano said. "He’s scary. He runs over linebackers, he knocks guys out, he puts people to sleep. We got to do a great job as always of setting the edge and not giving him the outside. But he’s a downhill guy. He can bounce, jump, cut, skin, he can do everything. We’ve got to get as many hats on him as possible and hang on for dear life.”
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“I guess you can say that," he said. "[Jones-Drew] runs like [Brandon] Jacobs from the Giants physically, but he is slight in stature. Sometimes, it looks like he is two-and-a-half-, three-feet tall behind all those big linemen. He’s hard to find, and all of a sudden, there he is and he dents you with his Riddell [helmet] right on yours, and like I said, puts you to sleep. It’s hard to find him sometimes. We’ve got to do a great job of knocking the line of scrimmage back, getting off blocks and taking care of him.”
Jones-Drew ranks third in the NFL with 572 rushing yards on 118 carries.