As we head into another International break (already?), the Premier League crisis table has seen some drastic changes over the last few weeks, as some teams begin to settle into a rhythm, and others being to disintegrate.
Here are this weeks standings in the Premier League crisis table, taking into account how each club is currently feeling after an eventful week of Premier League action.
Only one team could take top spot in the crisis table this week, as QPR were shambolic at Upton Park as they cruised to a 2-0 defeat. It's not often a team cruises to a defeat, but QPR somehow managed it. Newcastle are also deep in it despite a decent result away to high-flying Swansea, and Burnley just miss out on the deepest crisis zone thanks to a Ross Wallace injury time free-kick equaliser.
Everton will be very upset with their points tally, and will feel that David De Gea denied them points they deserved on Sunday afternoon,and Palace and Stoke are also feeling the pressure after poor losses.
Arsenal were well beaten by Chelsea, and along with Liverpool would have hoped for more points at this stage in the season, although Liverpool did get a win against West Brom, but they made it hard for themselves.
West Ham and Sunderland claimed much needed wins which push them down the crisis table, along with Leicester and Hull who will be happy enough with their performances so far.
Manchester United and Spurs both secured narrow yet vital wins to keep them about where they need to be at this stage of the season.
Despite three losses in a row, Villa are fine for the time being due to a sensational start, and disappointing results for Swansea and Southampton still can't dampen their fantastic starts to this campaign. City meanwhile are beginning to stabilise, while Chelsea are absolutely cruising.
Check back after the international break to see who is on the verge of a meltdown and who has their feet up as the yellow ball comes out.