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The first thing Gary Vaynerchuk would do if he was the Jets owner

By Luis Tirado Jr.
BERKELEY, CA - SEPTEMBER 23: Sam Darnold #14 of the USC Trojans passes against the California Golden Bears during the first quarter at California Memorial Stadium on September 23, 2017 in Berkeley, California. (Photo by Jason O. Watson/Getty Images)
BERKELEY, CA - SEPTEMBER 23: Sam Darnold #14 of the USC Trojans passes against the California Golden Bears during the first quarter at California Memorial Stadium on September 23, 2017 in Berkeley, California. (Photo by Jason O. Watson/Getty Images)
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Gary Vaynerchuk has always been vocal on what he’d do if he was the owner of the New York Jets. It’s not shocking to believe what would be the first thing he’d address with the franchise.

For decades now, the New York Jets have been in search of a franchise quarterback. The one that can have a supporting cast built around of to ensure consistent success. The truth of the matter is, without an established franchise quarterback, all the Jets are doing is wasting time.

Entrepreneur Gary Vaynerchuk knows what would be the first thing on his agenda if the day should come he ends up being the owner of the Jets. In a video with “First We Feast”, Gary V. talks about many hot topics when it comes to books, tech, media, and everything else in between while enjoying hot chicken wings.

In this video below, Gary V. addresses the current state of the Jets right from the start and what would be his first course of action as owner. Please note that the video below has profanities:

In the grand scheme of things, current owner Woody Johnson treats the Jets like a hobby rather than be completely invested in creating a stable franchise that consistently wins football games. He passed over day-to-day operations to his brother Christopher Johnson this offseason, but still, the Jets need an owner that has the vision to turn them into contenders and be a more active part of it.

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While general manager Mike Maccagnan has drafted a quarterback in every draft he’s been on the job besides this year, the Jets still have no idea what they have in Bryce Petty or Christian Hackenberg.

Just like Gary V. said, it would make a lot of sense to keep drafting a quarterback in the first round of every draft until they have one that is exactly what this franchise needs that last a decade or so.

Until the Jets have a franchise quarterback, they’ll continue to be on the outside looking in. Veteran quarterbacks will never be the answer until the Jets find a young quarterback that is ready to step in and take care of business. It’s all about finding a superb talent that is ready to go and not be another developmental project with more hope than reality to be “the guy” for the Jets.

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Overall, Gary V. would undoubtedly make an interesting owner of the Jets if his dream ever turned to reality. He’d simply do what fans have been asking for what seems forever now and finally get things right with the most important position on the team.

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