Time for the spirit of 2008
Just 12 months ago Newcastle United were fire fighting once again at the wrong end of the Premier League when a 1-1 draw at Birmingham City proved to be the launchpad for survival - this year though it may not be as straight forward.
The point picked up at Birmingham was Newcastle's 29th point of the campaign and with nine games left leaves Newcastle in a similar situation to last season.
And while the performance at Hull failed to inspire it was at least akin to the Birmingham game at this stage.
Unfortunately unlike last year it isn't struggling Fulham who are next in Toon - it's in-form Arsenal who arrive at St James's Park with Andrey Arshavin, Robin Van Persie and Co all in form.
After that Chelsea provide the opposition before tricky trips to Stoke and Spurs before Portsmouth at St James's Park.
By the time Pompey roll up on Tyneside we'll know exactly where we stand and what is needed.
For me the three key games are Pompey, Boro and Fulham at SJP, nine points from that lot and we might just scrape it.
But getting back to 12 months ago it was at this stage Keegan unleashed Martins, Owen and Viduka and played Newcastle out of trouble.
With Viduka seemingly in No Mans Land this year and on the way out, it will be down to Martins and Owen - but only if Newcastle start providing them with service.
That didn't happen at Hull.
In fact Owen especially was starved of the ball and with Jonas suffering an off day it was down to Geremi to provide the bullets.
Fat chance, Geremi's pace left town when text messaging came into fashion.
Ryan Taylor must have been scratching his head wondering what was going on at the KC Stadium while Peter Lovenkrands wasn't far behind him.
It may not provide you with any solace but we're now at the stage where Newcastle turned the corner.
Here's hoping, sorry praying, history repeats itself.