RB in the draft for the Jets?

It's not vital that an NFL team have a do-everything tailback on the roster these days, and while both Super Bowl contenders this season did have such a player -- Ray Rice and Frank Gore -- their backfields were bolstered by complementary players (Bernard Pierce for Baltimore, LaMichael James as well as QB Colin Kaepernick for San Francisco). The New York Jets don't have a player that can be their every-down option at RB, and in looking ahead to 2013, they'll actually be losing an RB who has posted consecutive 1,000-yard seasons in Shonn Greene. So where do they go from here?