Once again, Kravitz has stuck his foot in his mouth.
With the retirement of both Moore and Mudd, Kravitz chooses to write an article attacking ... bloggers?? Now, to put this incredibably stupid editorial in perspective, let's talk about Kravitz's recent interview with Peyton Manning. For years, Kravitz wrote how Peyton choked in the playoffs, how Peyton wasn't a big game QB, etc. So when Kravitz interviews him on the radio, he doesn't ask Manning about any of this. Why? Because he wants to talk to Manning again. Kravitz prefers to use the safety of his column to do his dirty work, and when he has to talk to someone in person, he puts on a different face. However, bloggers are wrong for hiding their name, he is right to act nice to someone in person when he has attacked them in print. Sounds to me like a double standard.
However, he has just given Stampede Blue and 18-to-88 a big publicity boost. You guys just got some free advertising and will likely see many new readers. Because, after reading Kravitz's 2 times a week column about nothing in a lot of cases, more people will now see what insightful commentary on the Colts really is. When you start a business you plod along and survive until your name gets out and people really want your product over a competitors product. But in order for that to happen, people have to know about your product. Thanks to Kravitz, people will now know about your product. So, while this post didn't start out looking favourably on Kravitz, we should all thank him for giving us advertising that we couldn't have purchased on a "shoe" string budget.