Who has the better QB situation: Giants or Jets? | KJZ

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    Alan Hahn, Chris Canty and Bart Scott debate which football team has the better quarterback situation for the 2021 NFL season between the Giants and Jets.

    #DanielJones #ZachWilson #NFL

    0:00 Chris Canty on why he prefers the Jets’ situation over the Giants.

    1:29 Bart Scott says he’s a believer in Daniel Jones and the Giants.

    2:40 The guys listen back to Rex Ryan’s assertion that the Jets can win with Zach Wilson.

    3:40 Chris Canty believes teams can win with a rookie starting QB.

    4:45 Bart Scott wants Zach Wilson to earn the starting job for the Jets.

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