The coronavirus lockdown has got us thinking.
Blackburn Rovers have been blessed with some delightful talents through the years, from exceptional goal scorers to formidable defensive stalwarts.
However, if you were to flip the coin, Rovers fans have also been forced to witness the odd exasperating flop here and there.
In the last decade, as Mike puts it, Rovers have been guilty of grossly incompetent spending of parachute payments which led to several aborted and unsuccessful attempts at cost saving and recovery.
One way Rovers were incompetently spending was by their acquisitions of several forgetful footballers.
So, with not much else to do, we've decided to formulate Rovers' worst 25-man squad from the past decade.
Please feel free to add any other suggestions or argue against our decision to include Player A or Player B, and you can do so via Twitter and Facebook.
Steele joined Rovers permanently after a successful loan spell during the 2014-15 season.
A collection of individual errors were to follow before the goalkeeper moved onto Sunderland in 2017.
We'll thank him for the performance in the FA Cup victory over Arsenal.
Started really well, but faded badly.
I don't think anyone will forget the fixture away to Charlton during the League One promotion campaign in a hurry.
Participated in one season, before Rovers let him go.
The switch from West London to East Lancashire was supposed to be a fresh start.
That fresh start transpired into a nightmare. Appalling.
Tall, headed well, but from waist down it wasn't a pretty sight. Will now find him at Cambridge United.
One final hurrah following his departure from Sunderland.
It didn't end up being a glorious one either, before he moved abroad to India.
Greer returned to Ewood Park in 2016, although it was clear his best days were behind him.
He was released at the end of the season, following Rovers' relegation.
We've added him in because of the game against Cardiff.
Two own goals and a red card were his leaving present before heading down south to Brighton.
Was the first name on the list.
Despite the glittering CV, Murphy was past his sell-by date and was another acquisition that highlighted recruitment incomeptence.
Lumbered and unfit, he wouldn't have looked out of place in the National League.
A complete and utter disaster.
The French midfielder was likened to Patrick Vieira when he arrived on the scene, yet his performances were nothing of the sort.
Made the headlines last year for his club in Malaysia when he scored a free-kick in his own half.
Grella makes the cut in large part due to injuries.
Whether it was, knee or groin problems, the Australian spent more time on the sidelines than on the pitch.
Showed glimpses of his talent but was forever injured or two-dimensional.
Guthrie pursued opportunities in Indonesia after his release, and is now with League Two side Walsall.
If you were looking for someone with a bit of pace, Feeney was your man.
Unfortunately, he was largely ineffective asides from that.
Very lightweight with no end product.
Went onto join Ipswich Town, where he made a grand total of zero appearances.
Somewhat apologetically, Mike picked out Jason Lowe.
For as much as he is a lovely bloke, he struggled to have an impact on any game.
He is now an experienced figure in the Bolton Wanderers side.
An underwhelming four-month stay where he failed to make a single first-team appearance.
You might say it's harsh, but his erratic displays for the Under-23's proved otherwise.
Terrier-like work-rate and keen to do well but never once threatened to score.
His only abiding memory was a laughable dive that somehow won a penalty at home to Leeds.
Steve Kean likened Goodwillie to Wayne Rooney, funnily enough.
"He's got an eye for goal, he can link-up play - he's an exceptional talent," said Kean.
I don't think two goals is a good return for £3m.
The striker went on the Under The Cosh podcast to talk about the 'Has Chris Brown Scored?' Twitter account.
It makes the account all the more funnier when you remember he scored no goals in 42 games.
Another expensive mistake.
Was unfortunate early on with an ACL injury, but his below-standard performances on the pitch were further marred by him slagging fans off on social media.
Six months that most Rovers fans will want to forget.
Looked hungover and was ultimately pretty terrible.
Argumentative, unlikeable and pointless.
Just ran around to no effect, his best contribution was irretrievably annoying Hull City three hours before 'blessing' Rovers with his presence.
Given the impossible task of filling the goal scoring boots of Rudy Gestede and Jordan Rhodes.
Two goals in 19 matches reminds us that he failed.
He actually contributed in his first two games, but then instantly became what Rovers fans feared he might - disruptive and lacking in motivation.
Fairly impressive pair of ripped jeans he wore upon being unveiled as a Rovers player, mind.