The Bleacher Report Wrestling Writers Are Dropping Like Flies

Patrick GreenCorrespondent ISeptember 26, 2009

NEW YORK - SEPTEMBER 06:  Daniel Koellerer of Austria signs autographs after losing his match against Juan Martin Del Potro of Argentina during day seven of the 2009 U.S. Open at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center on September 6, 2009 in the Flushing neighborhood of the Queens borough of New York City.  (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images)

School is starting up, work is getting even tougher, and nobody has the time any more to be on Bleacher Report.

I remember a point of time when all writers wrote, and that point time was the best season of them all summer.

Few can make time to check or Update there profile the truth is most of the younger writers are caught up in homework, and just simply do not have the time.

Many just get bored of this site, and say I did everything I can on this site.

But you didn't; there are a variety of new possibilities on this great site known as Bleacher Report.

I do not come home from school until 4 pm, and usually at 6:00 wrestling clinic. But between that period of time there is a little tiny space where I can go to this site and look and the wondrous site that Zander has given us.

Sure, I also have to fit in playing with my friends, eating dinner, and homework.

The difference between me and the other writers who are not coming to this site is because I can make time. I even told my five-year-old neighbor who said "Patrick you have wrestling; does this mean you can't play with us any more?" I simply replied, "I can make time."

Some people drop out for trouble with family and newborn babies; I understand that truly. I feel for those few people, and I feel joy for those who have newborn babies or something from a miracle happens to them. I sound like a pastor at a church right now, but I am saying this truly.

What happens to the other writers I may never know, but I do know this that this site is filled with new possibilities and great things that you do not expect. Sure once in a while, there is a bump in the road, but you can always turn the other way.