New York Jets’ Stay or Go Series: Vladimir Ducasse Edition

Nov 11, 2012; Seattle, WA, USA; New York Jets tackle Vladimir Ducasse (62) stretches prior to the game against the Seattle Seahawks at CenturyLink Field. Seattle defeated New York 28-7. Mandatory Credit: Steven Bisig-USA TODAY Sports

Good morning, and happy Friday Jets’ fans. I’m sure everyone is getting ready for what should be an exciting championship Sunday. While you are all getting set for Sunday, we are going to have another edition of our “Stay or Go” series.

You know how it works, so we are just going to get right to it. Who is in the crosshairs in this Friday morning? Well, its offensive lineman Vladimir Ducasse.

REASONS TO STAY: Vlad is still just 26 years old. You can never have enough depth on the offensive line, and Vladimir Ducasse would still qualify. Not everyone is starter material, but having healthy players as backups is never out of style.

Vlad also has experience at multiple positions along the line. He did play tackle in college, and has spent a lot of time at guard in the pros. A player that can handle multiple spots along the line is valuable. Should the Jets keep Vlad around for depth?

REASONS TO GO: How many times has Vladimir Ducasse nearly gotten quarterbacks killed? Mark Sanchez nearly saw his life pass in front of his eyes when Vlad was lined up in front of him. Other than one game in 2013 against Vince Wilfork, does anyone remember Vlad playing well? I am sure not. His lack of talent may just not be worth keeping around for depth.

Time for the vote:

What should be the fate of Vladimir Ducasse in 2014?

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