Five games, five losses and 158 points conceded.
The question now is, where do the Cronulla Sharks go from here?
Season 2021 is all but gone. John Morris has been sacked, Chad Townsend has signed with the Cowboys and the team is lacking confidence after the club's second biggest loss in history on Friday against the Panthers 48-0.
It is fitting that it is Magic Round this weekend - because it seems a sprinkle of magic dust is the only thing that can save their season.
"They're very much united, and they're very much determined to turn this thing around," Caretaker Cronulla coach Josh Hannay said after the game.
So how do they do it?
Matt Moylan to partner Shaun Johnson in the halves is step No.1. All decisions going forward need to be made with 2022 in mind and the off-contract pair should be giving an extended run to see if they can be the answer going forward. Wade Graham in the No.6 jersey could also be an option to strengthen their defence on the edges.
It's also time to bring Andrew Fifita back into the fold to add some much needed experience to the group which is struggling for forward ascendency.
The re-signed Connor Tracey should also be given an extended run in his preferred position (centre, perhaps) when the team gets some injured troops back on the field.
This week's match against the Rabbitohs completes a tough section of the draw for the Sharks who face an easier stretch over the Origin period where they will likely be unaffected.
It's not all doom and gloom at the Sharks with the club's Harvey Norman Women's Premiership team defeating Cabramatta 80-0 at the weekend.
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