In what has become a disturbing trend, the WWE has been awfully indecisive as of late.
It seems as if the creative team consistently can't decide what to do with certain superstars, so it has them do nothing or puts them in one angle/feud before deciding to scrap it for a different one.
A recent example is Sheamus and Wade Barrett seemingly igniting a feud during Sheamus' "Oscar Snubs" ceremony, only for that segment to have no follow up whatsoever. In fact, Sheamus got involved with The Shield about 10 minutes later in a completely unrelated angle.
Another example is the odd booking of Team Rhodes Scholars, which "broke up" to pursue singles careers on an episode of SmackDown before "reuniting" two weeks later. Now, it appears as if they're back together full time without any real explanation.
There's also the odd case of Chris Jericho, who appeared to have reignited his rivalry with Dolph Ziggler upon his return, only to have that ultimately go nowhere. Just a few weeks away from WrestleMania, Y2J is finally involved in an actual rivalry, but it's a very underwhelming one.
When you look at just these few examples out of thousands, it's clear that the WWE creative team can be summed up with one word: indecisive.
That's a major problem. When storylines lack long-term planning and direction, they suffer, and, perhaps more importantly, the stars involved in them suffer too.
The WWE can't expect angles to work or superstars to get over when it is so indecisive that those superstars are doing one thing one week and something completely different the next.
Drake Oz is a WWE Featured Columnist for Bleacher Report. Follow him on Twitter!