Larry David gives Jets one of the elite celebrity fans

The New York Jets have one of the best celebrity fans in the game in Larry David, the comedy genius behind Seinfeld and Curb Your Enthusiasm. On Wednesday, David visited Jets camp and took part in a Q&A with fans.

His only request was that Jets fans try not to make their questions "too stupid." Jets Twitter only posted four David responses, which makes me think the questions were pretty, pretty bad.

David did touch on the saga involving his issues with Ryan Fitzpatrick's beard. He said during a radio appearance earlier this month that he couldn't understand any reason why Fitzpatrick would want an unkempt beard. The criticism may have led to the quarterback's decision to trim it down. Fitzpatrick welcomed the development.

David has said on more than one occasion that he believes he would thrive as the Jets' offensive coordinator. This prompted one fan to ask what kind of play he'd call with the game on the line.

Here's that Statue of Liberty play for those of you with short memories. Yes, that's a young Adrian Peterson!

Fitzpatrick, meanwhile, remains David's biggest fan on the team and appears to be generally thrilled to have the comedian in his orbit.

Good choices, though I have "The Contest" in the top spot.

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