Memo Trent Robinson: don't panic. Having said that, it would be the easiest thing to do in his situation.
I reckon he's an outstanding young coach. There's no ego about him and he realises how lucky he is to coach a wealthy club like the Roosters.
Those close to the Roosters' set-up rave about his ability to not only act as a great teacher of the game to the team as a whole but the attention he provides to each individual.
He's so personable. He'll pore over video with individual players, dissecting aspects of their game and offering thoughts on where they can improve. That's rare in an era where team structures are paramount.
But now he's getting to the real test. The goalposts have changed for the 'Chooks' in the last couple of weeks and Robinson will be under immense pressure before tonight's blockbuster against Souths.
They've been cruising along all year and things have been going swimmingly, but this is where he's going to earn the big bucks. Having lost their last two on the eve of the finals, you would have every right to question what's gone wrong. Maybe change the focus of their attack or re-align their defensive structures.
Overhauling what's worked so well for them this year is the last thing he should do.
I reckon he would have pinpointed a couple of small areas where they can improve that they might have gone away from in the last couple of weeks. That's all it will be. Just a little grease and oil change if you like.
Maybe in a month's time we'll be sitting back thinking these two losses for the Roosters was the best thing to happen to them.
In saying that, I don't think it will be three in a row. Good teams don't lose three in a row.
This Roosters side is a very good team. I can see the respective forward packs cancelling each other out tonight in the battle for the minor premiership. But I reckon the Roosters' polish in attack will get them home and the JJ Giltinan Shield will rest in Bondi for 12 months.
As for what happens when the finals are done? Robinson's big test is going to be keeping Sonny Bill Williams at the Tricolours.
I'd love to see him stay but I can see him leaving rugby league for a second time. The lure of playing for the All Blacks in the World Cup again or representing New Zealand in the Olympics will be too much to resist.
Being the great athlete he is, I think even Sonny will be the first to admit the money he can earn from boxing and rugby will outweigh the coin in league land. And there's the added bonus of the body not taking a pummelling like it does in league.
Twenty-six rounds on, you'll see a much more battle-hardened SBW as opposed to the one that was welcomed back into our game amid all the fanfare in the opening round.
I can't believe the clash is being hyped as Sonny's revenge against Sam Burgess after the Englishman ran over the top of him back in March.
Guess what? It happens every week. Blokes get steamrolled. Get over it. Sonny will be fired up after those promos. It wouldn't surprise me at all to see the roles reversed.