Frank Lampard helped Newcastle out Saturday.
Newcastle hold their Premier League destiny in their own hands. What has to happen for them to be safe this week?
I don't even know what to say anymore.
Three matches left, five points up. Is that enough for Newcastle?
Chock full of fresh goodness we react to the Liverpool debacle, the freshest rumors regarding the dressing room and transfer rumors as well as the relegation scrap. Add a bit of chuckling, a decent dash of wanting to cry and a touch of hope - Ep. 4!
Newcastle's 1-1 draw with West Brom this weekend may have been disappointing in a "we let them off the hook" kind of way, but a point is a point and a point may be enough at this point. Point.
Newcastle remain in 13th place after the week's results.
Newcastle United sit in 13th place with six matches to go. Are they finally safe?
This week's results saw Newcastle drop to 15th place. Are they destined for a great fall?
Newcastle are six points clear of the relegation zone with eight matches left to play. That's not as bad as it sounds.
It's March 3 and we're still worried about survival. How long until Newcastle can shut the door on relegation talk?
In which I use a new table to whinge about wage structure.
Newcastle's wins against Aston Villa and Chelsea have them 6 points above the drop zone. But are they safe?
Newcastle sit just two points above the drop zone with an important six-pointer on the horizon. Luckily, the teams below the Toon appear to be in even worse shape than they are.
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A regular feature wherein we handicap Newcastle's chances of avoiding the drop.
We've avoided talking about the R-word as long as possible, but it's time to buckle down and see if NUFC are capable of avoiding relegation. Is their remaining schedule an advantage or a disadvantage?