Collapses are something that New York Mets fans claim that they are accustomed to, but the pain of another lost season isn't something that just rolls off the shoulder.
The Mets played exciting baseball during the first few months of the 2012 season, but have since fallen off, and now find themselves in fourth place in the National League East with a 64-70 record.
This season's collapse is nowhere near as terrible as what transpired in 2007, as most predicted the team to finish in the cellar of the division.
Here we will outline the 10 biggest checkpoints of yet another Mets' collapse. Some checkpoints are obvious turning points, while others are auxiliary to the poor results.