Back to earth with three points!
OK hands up who got carried away after Man United?
I'd have to say I was in that group but quickly came back down to earth today at about 15:12 BST.
A home crowd that was 5,000 short of capacity probably didn't get the Newcastle United performance they were looking for against a plucky Bolton side who are again look happy to suffocate their opponents rather than play the beautiful game the way it should be played.
Gary Megson's boys wouldn't allow Newcastle to do that either today but had Newcastle been allowed to play the pretty stuff and not emerged with three points, then perhaps Newcastle's great start to the season at Old Trafford would now count for nothing.
However, despite Bolton's attempts to smother the Magpies in their own nest they were the ones who headed home with nothing to show for their efforts.
And in a game that was pretty awful to watch if we are honest, Newcastle United's players would probably take this every week if they were offered it.
That wouldn't please the fans of course but let's get one thing straight - thankfully, not every team in the Premier League play like Bolton who even after the departure of a certain Big Sam, are happy to ride their luck, get in the faces of the opposition and nick points away from home.
Yet from Newcastle's point of view there big guns in Shay Given and Michael Owen did what they do best at the crucial moments.
Steven Taylor handed Bolton a penalty but Given proved his class by guessing the right way and pulling off a great save.
Had Kevin Nolan's effort gone in, United had given no evidence before the spot-kick that they would somehow find two goals to win the points.
And as it happened the Given save probably lifted St James's Park.
Owen simply gets on with his work on the quiet and then delivers and just like he has throughout his career grabbed the goal at the right time.
Surely his new contract talks should be sorted ASAP?
It leaves Newcastle heading to Coventry in the Carling Cup feeling in upbeat mood and knowing that they can round off an unlikely good start in the Premier League (given the fixture list they were handed at the start) by picking up an even more unlikely result in the shape of a point at Arsenal.
Yet after the less than luke warm response to the 1-1 draw at Old Trafford nobody will be getting carried away this time.
WHAT DO YOU THINK?