Consistency, or a lack of is the reason why we get it wrong so often. I am ashamed that I had us down for a 6-1 loss to Cardiff, a match we could so easily have won. We rarely put two or more good results together though, and I counted the draw at Brentford as a good result despite them being in the bottom three at the time. It's only five months since they put four past us remember, So in my mind, a good result followed by an away game against a team bang in form was a danger sign and one I completely got wrong. But it's all about consistency and we just don't have it, and I don't think anyone really knows how to sort it out. I wish I could have more optimism cos I love the Rams, and even though I don't live in the area, and I get to see very few games, they are a big part of my life and have been for a very long time. The game against the gumps for me will be a tricky one. They are picking up some good results against good opposition, but I would think a large portion will still have this down as an easy home win. A long winded overview I know, and just remember, a typical trend of Derby from memory is that when their away form improves, their home form goes down the pan. I just hope we can buck the trend and smash the gumps for six. COYR.