Leeds are on a poor run, to simply put into words. They're struggling for any sort of form and cannot find any luck.
A win against form team Bristol City looked to be a beginning of hope which was soon squandered by an unimportant loss to Leicester City followed by a drubbing by Sheffield United at home last week.
The clubs latest result saw them take a very positive and energetic performance and watch it blow up in front of their face in the last 20 minutes, squandering a 1-0 lead into a 2-1 loss to Derby.
What we are experiencing now is clubs becoming smart to how players are performing in their specific roles.
The bad news started when an out of form Millwall side unearthed an unbeaten Leeds United at home and ensued a poor streak of form that now takes us to 6 losses out of 8 games.
The club are running out of ideas without trying to utilise different options apart from when they went 4-3-3 against Bristol City and surprisingly won.
It's become evident that teams know if they can strangle the space between Samu Saiz and the goal, the Leeds will still push the ball towards him without thinking of any other play. Then you have Kemar Roofe's sporadic appearances even though when he was used as a striker he had five goals in three games when used effectively.
I'm also unsure why we are experiencing a Leeds United low got Luke Ayling, a man who is brilliant at pushing forward now seems hesitant and loses the ball too easily.
If things are to change, tactics need to change it's that simple. If the club can make a change, even if it's small, this run of form may end.
Leeds are already sliding down the league, if changes aren't made the beautiful start we made won't count for anything and this season will die in March.
By Ryan Ingham