Hear me out before giving me a battering this is a genuine discussion, not just a moan. We are obviously good enough to win it without fuss but, considering our current status, over 46 games and this squad, would we. We absolutely clearly would have by a huge distance the best squad. Certain players would just dominate teams many weeks. However. 1. We seem to have huge trouble with the types of teams that make up a lot of the division : teams that we would have to break down, or teams like Sheffield United who are well organised, not afraid to attack and are very good on the ball. 2. We have little to no appetite for physical battles. We visibly shrink and look absurdly lethargic when faced with any semblance of an 'up for it' side. I can smell the defeats at West brom, Derby and Swansea. 3. No matter what we do it probably takes anything between 94-100 points to win it. Do we have any sort of consistency in us? Even when we went on a great run it literally swung to the complete opposite extreme at the drop of a hat. Other key points are that you can count on one hand the amount of teams we could be said to have dominated in recent years. We have lost or drawn with a various collection of the worst most demoralised sides I have seen in the Premier league. We also went out to Bristol, Derby and one of the worst Sunderland sides ever in the league cup. That excludes our weakened team getting annihilated by mk dons. Many of our players seemed to believe that even a top 4 battle was beneath them. Would they have the stomach for it. Our record against the relegated and newly promoted teams in the last two seasons is 44 points from 72,or 44 from 24 games. (added to op) Its said that its the most competitive league in England by many, or certainly that's the narrative they try to push. Would we win it, would we clock up 100 points over a season?