Absolutely not. And no, I havenít been smoking the good stuff or anything else.
Following the 2-1 defeat at Fulham, the Hammers now face an uphill challenge to remain in the Premier League.
As the shocking aftermath of the shambles at Craven Cottage slowly sinks in, the need for strong, positive leadership was never needed more.
When we played Fulham those few weeks ago it was our biggest game of the season. Since then, Sunderland, Crystal Palace and WBA have all been the same. So many six pointers, you just know you are in trouble!
There are always issues at West Ham; it is our way after all. In forty years I have never known us not to be doing something odd!
There has been some bad football over the last month or so. I think a lot of us can agree: the Sunderland match was the worst football we have seen played by the Irons in a long time.
David Sullivan got the sort of result and performance he no doubt feels justify his claims that if West Ham were looking for a new manager, Sam Allardyce would be the sort of person they would want in a mounting relegation crisis.
Thereís been relatively few things to celebrate this year so far for the Hammers.
West Ham have been involved in some right old ding-dongs in the League Cup over the years...
Big Sam Allardyce finished another woeful Saturday knowing he was the last man standing in the sack race at the bottom of the Premier League.