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SBNation bloggers react to the week that was in the Premier League.

Michael Regan

Reading 3-3 Fulham - A Winning/Losing/Drawing Draw.. Or In Short, Still Not Good Enough - The Tilehurst End
Credit to Reading for twice fighting back to get a point, but even so there's something dreadfully hollow about having to feel positive about a just sneaking a point from a game we could, should and needed to win.

Talking Tactics: Stoke City (A) - Roker Report
We go over the 0-0 draw with Stoke City with a fine tooth-comb and see if we can see just what went wrong, went right and you never know, we might just work out the answers to our goal-scoring problems... (not likely, but worth a read anyway).

Five thoughts: Manchester City 1-0 Swansea - Bitter and Blue
My first post disappeared into cyberspace due to nobody’s fault but my own so this one is late. And it’s probably just as well because I honestly don’t remember typing anything...

Finding Form: In The System We Trust - Anfield Asylum
It seems that Brendan Rodgers' system is starting to pay off.

Everton v Liverpool Tactical Analysis: Tactical Sound and Fury - Royal Blue Mersey
There were lots of interesting decisions made by both managers on the way to a hard fought draw in the Merseyside derby.

That's That Spurs I Do Like: Tottenham at Southampton - Cartilage Free Captain
Mechanick's new column looking at what went right and what went wrong in Tottenham Hotspur's previous match, this week reviewing Spurs 3-2 win over Manchester United.

Tall, Lumbering, and the Antithesis of Sexy: NUFC v. WBA Instant Reaction - Coming Home Newcastle
Instant reaction to West Brom's aggressive 2-1 loss on the road against our Magpies.

Aston Villa In Desperate Need of a Win - Setting the Table - 7500 To Holte
Aston Villa are coming off of a depressing draw against Noriwch. They've got two chances this week to get their first win since September 25.

Tactics: Arshavin's Cross The Breakthrough - The Short Fuse
Arsenal once again struggled against a disciplined and resolute QPR, but Andrei Arshavin's cross provided the breakthrough for Arsenal.