Over the course of the a few years this site has become one of my favorite destinations while roaming the internet. The thing that continues to draw me in is the creative writing by columnist and fans alike. Everyday there's something of intrigue to read about whether its posted on the front page or in a fan post. The fact so many Colt fans are able to come together and share a passion for the team we root for during the days of fall is wonderful. At times we unite like a brotherhood against those who dare to troll our postings. The SB Nation a long with Stampede Blue developed something that Facebook and Twitter fail to accomplish. They allow individuals with no common background to have a voice that is heard, without knowledge of ever knowing one another. I don't know you and you obviously don't know me, but we share a common bond, amazing right?
Now, at this time in the year its extremely difficult to come up with articles that capture the viewers. So, when people crush someone like the Editor Brad Wells for writing stories that stir the pot of conversation, I question their motives. I personally don't agree on the opinions of every post put on the site, yet I find credit should be given when credit is due. Think to yourselves how many articles some of these men and women have wrote over the years. When the news around the league begins to come to a halt now that things are winding down, how refreshing could you make things for readers on a daily basis?
I'm not a secretive supporter getting paid to spread my believe on all of you. Hell, I am one of you. All I'm asking is we take a second to acknowledge those who work so painstakingly everyday to entertain us. This goes out to anyone who has ever wrote an article on here.......Thank you! Your efforts should be appreciated and people like me will continue to return back to this site to enjoy them.
-Thank you to everyone who read this.
P.S. Give Brad a break, you can only pound sour grapes so long before it turns into a wine.