Harry Kane is still good, Christian Eriksen is the player that makes it all work, and our team really missed Erik Lamela. Forget talk of points or table position at the beginning of the year, if we could guarantee that those things would be true for this year, we probably would've taken it. Little things in lieu of three points can sometimes keep it all positive.
Also, that Liverpool side we played on Saturday wasn't a 10th place side, at least from the midfield to the attack. Taking a point off them while they were in the mood at Anfield is no small ask and we pulled it off. Just because the Leicester run is defying odds doesn't mean we can't feel good about our performances.
I, for one, plan on keeping perspective.
And now for the "news":
I remember when loving Harry Kane was a joke around here based on Skipjack fan fiction. Now he's a perennial 20 goal scorer in the league. Maybe Skipjack was the time traveler and knew what we didn't.
It's true, we field the youngest team in the Premier League and went through a season loaded with Sunday-Thursday matches, yet we are poised to finish with a club record accumulation of points. The team looks to be formidable in the near future and everyone knows about the new stadium on the way, so probably for the long term, too.
Four Belgians has worked out so why not make it four ex-Ajax players, too!
This all happened, and if you don't believe me, just sift through the last 24 hours of Skipjack's twitter timeline.