I didn't think they played that well against M-Jaw either. Using the Jaw as a measuring stick contains no validity, as M-Jaw is in a solid 12th place. I think it's time for the boys to do some serious soul searching. They look tired, and that may just be from too many losses, disinterested, unorganized, and wounded. I think that they, as a group, are lacking in the physical conditioning. Emotionally, they look beaten. They need to take one step at a time and get all of their emotional and physical ducks lined up.
Passes are poor, either too far ahead or lagging behind. Checks, what there are of them, are often missed or soft touches that amount to nothing more than putting yourself way out of the play. They need one guy in the locker room to stand up, take the bull by the horns, and make these guys work until they get it right.
The guys know all the cliches and can recite them in their sleep. Time to stop the talk and start to walk the walk.