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NY Jets: The AGOP Finalists

Vote early, vote often for the 2015 AGOP champion.

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The Third Annual Gang Green Nation Offseason Plan Contest is now in the books. We wish to thank all those who took the time and effort to engage in the complex and difficult task of thinking through an integrated plan for the 2015 Jets offseason, including salary cap management, trades, roster cuts and the draft. This stuff isn't easy, and perhaps it gives everyone who participated a bit of appreciation for how difficult Mike Maccagnan's job is. The judges went through each entry carefully, focusing on the trades, the cap, the draft picks, and the final rosters. All of the plans presented were fascinating to read and each had unique ideas on how best to improve the Jets. Everyone who participated should be commended for sticking their neck out and presenting their best ideas.

There are always things that can be improved, so if you have any suggestions as to how to make next year's contest even better, now's the time to speak up.   Please let us know in your comments what you liked, but more importantly what you disliked about this contest. How can we make it better? What will encourage more of you to participate? Give us as much feedback as you can, and we will try our best to listen and make the necessary improvements next year.

This year the entries had the unenviable task of being compared to Big Macc's frenetic offseason, but don't hold that against them.  Now, without further ado, we present the five finalists of the contest. The entire GGN community gets to vote on the ultimate winner. Polling will remain open through 11:59 P.M., Monday, March 30, 2014. Once the polls close the winner will be crowned and his winning plan will be featured on the front page of GGN. And the finalists, in no particular order, are....(drum roll please....)


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Please click on their names to evaluate each of their plans. Remember, vote early, vote often, and may the best plan win!