The 2011/2012 Premier League title may very well come down to being awarded to the team that hasn't suffered an embarrassing implosion at some point in the season.
Arsenal got us started before Manchester City served their neighbours a healthy slice of humble pie. This weekend it was Chelsea's turn to take one on the chin, as repelling Arsenal's attacks simply was a BRIDGE TOO FAR (that's right) for the Blues' defenders.
OK, let's be honest: all eyes are pretty much on John Terry, aren't they? Maybe he just can't get enough of the spotlight and pulls these stunts on purpose. Regardless, nobody is looking forward to putting October 2011 behind them (except perhaps Owen Coyle) more than Mr. Chelsea himself.
Now in the interest of full disclosure, seeing as I'm a Liverpool fan I'm sort of honor-bound to be in Terry's corner at times this season. Simply put, the enemy of my enemy is my friend and therefore I semi-support all 28 other clubs that don't have a red devil on their club crest.
But there really are few things more enjoyable than revelling in the arrogance, mishaps and general shenanigans that Chelsea's captain has been involved in since he broke into the Chelsea first team.
With this week's laughable defending still in mind, I'd like to take a quick peek back at previous joy John Terry has brought me in the past.