I've noticed something the last couple of blogs I've posted and would like to hear feedback from this site. I wrote a blog concerning rookies and the ridiculous amounts of money they hold-out for, it was featured on the main page and has gotten a lot of views. Then I wrote one about how steroids in the NFL is glazed over in the media and isn't at the forefront like it is in baseball. Minimal views, no play by Fannation. Wrote one more defending Barry (I don't like the man, read the blog if interested), once again, minimal views, no play by Fannation.
So here's my question; Either us as fans are tired of hearing about steroids all the way around, and tired of anything that has to do with Barry Bonds and have become desensitized to the issues, or the people in power (whoever THEY are) read such articles that call attention to issues that raise hot questions and hide them from the people. I'm not a conspiracy theorist or suggesting that somewhere along the line we're being censored (beyond the bad language, images the site deems unacceptable, etc.), but it is slightly odd. But maybe they just randomly pick blogs for the main page and everyone gets their chance at fifteen minutes of fame, who knows.
Has there been anyone else out there that has noticed such things or am I just one paranoid blogger who is jaded at the lack of reading on what I've written? Such things seem to be happening all around us in daily life, by the media, government, and others in power -- there is no denying that. I'm just pretty sure that Fannation isn't above such things.