Very briefly, then, a summary of the numpties of this season's Six Nations:
15. Andrea Masi - for the unique achievement of being sin-binned in the first minute against Ireland for a ridiculously dangerous high tackle, easily worthy of a straight red.
14. Paul Sackey - did he actually wake up?
13. Yannick Jauzion - so far off his best against England in particular it was bordering on the embarrassing.
12. Shane Geraghty - for taking out an Italian in the air and being sin-binned within 2 minutes of coming on as a replacement.
11. Simon Webster - for knocking himself out and then vomiting on the pitch against Wales.
10. Andy Goode - for being fat, slow and for not tackling. And for not being able to kick - a fatal flaw for a kicking fly half.
9. Mauro Bergamasco - not his fault, but we all know why he's in this list. Danny Care was a close second.
1. Geoff Cross - for taking Lee Byrne out in the air and then receiving a yellow card whilst being stretchered off unconscious.
2. Matthew Rees - for failing to hit a barn door with a banjo against Ireland.
3. Phil Vickery - exactly how many times does a referee have to say "let go of the ball number 3"?
4. Jason White - for not being anywhere near the standard required for an international lock.
5. Luke Charteris - for having all the physical presence of an overgrown runner bean.
6. James Haskell - for an idiotic trip against Italy and for wearing white boots.
7. Sebastian Chabal - playing him at openside was almost as mad as playing Bergamasco at scrum half.
8. Andy Powell - post-Scotland was revealed as a one trick pony - and even that trick wasn't very impressive.