What? A point is bad? Depends on how you look at it i think.And for the record i think too many Chelsea fans are taking it the wrong way these days. A draw is not a good result. Sure you can argue that we were played off the park and blah blah blah balh, lucky to get a point, better than nothing etc etc etc. Thing of it is we need to be wining games, not drawing them. Lets take the Leeds lot forinstance.Beaten at home already and made look foolish by a so-so team. But, they are ahead of us in the point standings as they have 2 wins and NO draws. A draw somehow masks a dire performance and gives the players a bit of relief from an abysmal performance, makes people happy and comments of "at least it's something" abound. What we need is for the players to feel bad about it.Get the bad feelings that come with NOT WINING.We ned them to think that they let themselves and the team and fans down with failure to secure three points, not have them console themselves with feelings of " well we did get a point"That is what makes a team capable of wining the title. It's not the fact that we drew against Southampton thats bad, it's the fact the we failed.As in failed to take all three points. We drew far to many games last season and in the end it cost us a champions league place. It's a very European/continental way of thinking, that being that a draw is not a bad result.Especially when playing away from home. But it is and that feeling has been around at the bridge for quite some time now. The coach and several of the players are quite pleased with themselves for "earning" a point wednesday night. Wrong way to look at it. We lost wednesday night. And untill the players that are at Chelsea think that way we will not beat out Manchester and Arsenal.