Dear Brisbane Broncos,
We, the rugby league-loving public, want our Thursday and Friday nights back.
Over the past 14 rounds, up until last week's round 16 clash against Sydney Roosters, we have been subjected to some of the most pathetic prime time performances of recent years.
In that time, the average score has been Opposition 38, Brisbane 10.
And it's 117-nil against the Roosters in the two games.
For league lovers, Thursday and Friday nights are 'our' time.
The weekend is either almost there or the working week's just finished and we want some wind-down time.
You get excited about the prospect of a cracking clash, like the round eight game between Melbourne Storm and the Roosters.
There were nine - yes nine - separate scores after the 67th minute, which included two fields goals in the last 60 seconds.
It was one of the NRL's greatest games.
Now admittedly, we're talking about the two modern day powerhouses and the Broncos are a million miles from that.
We only get one respite over the last four rounds with the Broncos hosting ladder leaders Penrith (Thursday, Sep 3), followed by the Titans (Sat), Parramatta (Fri) and the Cowboys (Thurs).
Fans will ask why is an underperforming outfit featuring in prime time on Thursday and Friday? The answer - TV ratings.
Queenslanders, in general, love their Broncos, but surely even the most one-eyed fan must be sick of the result being decided after 15 minutes.
C'mon Brisbane, please don't waste any more of our lives, we've already blown about 13 hours since late May.
If you can't 'show up', we can only hope Thomas Keneally makes a comeback ... "blow that whistle, ref". Yes, please, blow that bloody whistle. For full-time.