Ultimately, I think he's an underrated player and there is a method to his madness. I know I underestimated him over the first four or five days. I thought he was a young kid who was emotional and naïve and didn't really have it together enough to do anything other than run around like his hair's on fire. On day four or five, I realized he is a force to beckoned with – the men vs. women format wasn't a nightmare for him like he was trying to sell. I realized I underestimated him and I should have treated him differently.
I originally felt I could control Colton. We were both from the South and I had a bond with him. But he's not the type of guy you can control. He's an undercover alpha male and I didn't get that for a while. I wish I'd picked up on that earlier. Hindsight being 20/20, I'd have worked with him. He's coming across like the ultimate villain but I think he's a pretty damn good Survivor player.
I call BS. I have a couple reasons:
1. It suits Matt's ego to unveil that he was ousted so early by an "undercover alpha male" rather than someone unworthy of cock status.
2. Matt is delusional and doesn't know what he's talking about.
Colton comes off as a conniving, desperate little worm. Yeah, you can use those qualities to avoid being voted out of the tribe, but they don't make you an alpha male or a good leader of any kind. Matt's statement does not convince me that any part of the dynamics of Colton's hand in his ouster was awesome survivor history.