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Gang Green Nation: What does GGN mean to you?

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As we’re all aware, there has been a lot going on in the world in 2020. Life as we know it, has changed. The way we socialize, work and play has all changed. With the installation of Coral, changes have been occurring at not only Gang Green Nation, but other SB Nation sites as well. Due to this, I thought now might be a good time to reflect on what this blog means to all of us.

So, what exactly has Gang Green Nation meant to me?

For me, Gang Green Nation has been a huge part of my life for the past 12 years. I started out circa 2008 as a reader and lurker during the 2 AFC championship runs in 2009 and 2010. I officially joined the community and began commenting and posting in 2011. This past year, I’ve had the pleasure of contributing as Community Manager and have thoroughly enjoyed putting together Highlight Reels and Reader Spotlights.

In my opinion, Gang Green Nation consistently produces the best, most in depth Jets content and analysis on the web. Gang Green Nation has been a part of my daily routine for the past 12 years, and will continue to be for years to come. It is my main source for any Jets news.

I come here to find out whether or not Jamal Adams gets traded away or Darrelle Revis returns, why I should be excited about Sam Darnold, and why I shouldn’t about Tim Tebow.

I come here to watch film breakdown and learn more about the nuances of certain schemes and play calling.

I come here to find a compilation of the best daily Jets related articles in Flight Connections—it’s easier and more convenient than Google!

I come here to form opinions of draft prospects in the upcoming draft (I don’t watch college football too often).

I come here as part of my game-watching experience (can’t watch a game without reading the comments on commercial break)

I come here for the incredible articles and FanPosts.

I come here for the intelligent debate and engaging conversation amongst the community—-This community has become my family.

Finally, I come here for the free pizza.

So, Gang Green Nation, what does GGN mean to you?!