Sunday's performance against the French was very disappointing especially as all the indicators pointed towards Scotland having an advantage - a home crowd - the French with a new team and a new coach, and only a week to prepare.
If ever a side was ripe for taking it was on Sunday. In contrast Scotland had six weeks to prepare and had been together throughout the World Cup and they did not turn up.
We did not put them under pressure - we were not in their faces in defence and in attack during the first twenty minutes and their confidence built as we let them build it. I am not sure we were tactically that smart and were not aggressive enough - not passionate - and not dynamic enough.
France were confident to move the ball inside their 22 and they had the players in Cedric Heymans and Vincent Clerc to make us pay - but we did not pressure them enough.
Frank Hadden has a choice he can either give these guys a roasting and give them another chance to prove him wrong - and it will be a difficult match with Wales, who will be brimming with confidence after their victory over England.
Or he can say enough is enough and make some changes and, if I were him, I would be making some changes - these players have had chances.
I would be putting Chris Paterson at fly-half and Jason White in the second-row, after a poor performance against France, and go with a back-row of Johnnie Beattie, Ally Hogg and John Barclay. In the backs you might want to look at Hugo Southwell at full-back and maybe even Thom Evans on the wing.