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    Ducasse on week 3

    Ducasse, however, fell back down to earth in Week 3 against another division rival’s elite DT in the Buffalo Bills Kyle Williams, who is even better than Wilfork (about as good against the run, even better against the pass).

    According to NJ.com’s Darryl Slater, Vladimir Ducasse committed four penalties against the Bills last week, and he was clearly beat by the better player, though I did expect Ducasse to fare out better than he actually did. He gave some well-deserved praise to Kyle Williams for causing problems for Ducasse and the Jets offensive line, “It was exciting going against a player like that. He’s so good at what he does. In my mind, he’s considered one of the best three techniques in the NFL. He just kind of helped me take my game to another level.”

    Ducasse added, “How he adjusted to some of the stuff I was doing, how he adjusted so fast. Sometimes I’d be playing aggressive and then he’d use my aggressiveness against me. He did it (adjusted) so fast. He did it after like the first two plays.”

    The New York Jets LG praised Williams’s physical tools and football IQ, and that lethal combination is what makes the uber-tough DT an elite player in this league. Vladimir Ducasse is a quality guard now that he is coming into his own, and we’ll see how he does against a Tennessee Titans team that possesses plenty of depth at talent at defensive tackle.


    http://nflspinzone.com/2013/09/28/ne...kyle-williams/

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    Kyle Williams is one of the more underrated DLs in the league. Playing in Buff will do that to you I guess.

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    Sounds like Ducasse is a keeper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RMJK View Post
    Sounds like Ducasse is a keeper.
    Thinking the same thing.

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    Respect Ducasse for that. Annoys the hell out of me when a player has a bad game and he tries to blame everything besides himself or gives no credit to the player that made him look bad. Remember a few weeks ago, Chance Warmack got beat for 2 sacks by Watt and after the game said wasn't impressed by Watt and said he was just another guy

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    What the hell are we even talking about here? What's with the praise of a starting 3-4 NT that gave up close to 200 rushing yards and about 6 yards per carry? How the hell is he getting props now? Imagine us giving up 200 rushing yards. 2 days later one of our idiot reporter would praise the entire defensive line for how well they have handled the O-Line. Unbelievable how our idiot "writers" are trying to make money off these dumb made up stories. Leave the kid alone already he played a good game for gods sake, the penalties happen. We shredded their D-Line, ALL of them. They couldn't do squat about it. And where is Mangold or Colon in all of this? Since when does the LG line up with the NT on every snap, isn't the center responsible for the NT? Such a dumb reporter, same agenda as always, somehow trying to bash the kid for no reason. Everyone else gets by with bad performances, Ducasse however dominates each week, then gets flagged couple times in 1 game for stuff that every lineman does but doesn't get flagged for and suddenly we have a new story on how Ducasse struggled. Allegedly.

    You know what I love about Ducasse? After the Pats game when people tried to praise him all he did was give credit to the entire O-Line. He never said any one thing about him playing well. And when somebody tries to bash him for a bad performance (allegedly again) he does nothing but look at himself and say what he did wrong and how he struggled and how he could do better and how his opponent was just better that day even though the numbers are obviously saying how much he kicked Kyle Williams ass. It's suddenly all about him, he's not throwing the other guys under the bus. Even though he had every right to do so. Either way I'm beginning to fall in love with this kid. The sky is the limit for him and I love how mature he is. He will make the pro bowl soon, mark it down.
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    How many yards did we rush for?

    How many yards did our OLine protection allow Geno to pass for?

    How many sacks did we give up?





    And I'm sorry, who is getting praised here? Buffalo defenders?

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    [QUOTE=jetstream23;5003613]How many yards did we rush for?

    How many yards did our OLine protection allow Geno to pass for?

    How many sacks did we give up?


    I have to say that I had already given up on Vlad, but damn, where he lacks in pass protection he has turned into an animal in run blocking!
    When he gets to the 2nd level he's like a road grader, knocking guys down with one arm. He is a powerful Mofo & seems to have gotten a little meaner out there. His intensity has definitely picked up this year.

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    [QUOTE=jetster;5003652]
    Quote Originally Posted by jetstream23 View Post
    How many yards did we rush for?

    How many yards did our OLine protection allow Geno to pass for?

    How many sacks did we give up?
    I always knew Vlad had immense potential. Glad to see him starting to improve later, rather than never. I think you can credit Colon for pumping up the intensity of the entire line though. It's definitely got more of an edge to it lately.

    I have to say that I had already given up on Vlad, but damn, where he lacks in pass protection he has turned into an animal in run blocking!
    When he gets to the 2nd level he's like a road grader, knocking guys down with one arm. He is a powerful Mofo & seems to have gotten a little meaner out there. His intensity has definitely picked up this year.

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    Big Vlad is being very humble he has gotten ragged on by some fans but he has also consistently improved and he is absolutely a monsterous dude. tough matchup against Kyle Williams - got to get better. he has been playing well this season Hope he improves his game today.

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    I will bust a jig if we could actually get one good clean, penalty free game out of that useless POS. That would make TWO in his entire career.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetstream23 View Post
    How many yards did we rush for?

    How many yards did our OLine protection allow Geno to pass for?

    How many sacks did we give up?





    And I'm sorry, who is getting praised here? Buffalo defenders?
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