I don't think we've been figured out particularly, teams have put players behind the ball at GP in particular ever since the Warburton days. There was an element of cracking under pressure but I think the main issue was just running out of steam. We started post lockdown on fire but 10 games in just under a month is a massive test of endurance and you could see we were starting to struggle by the Charlton game. I think the main issue for us was our intense pressing game and our lack of rotation. That's what will cause us issues this season again as there are a load more midweek fixtures. We need to be confident in the squad to rotate a little bit more and keep players fresher. The experience of last year will stand us in good stead if we're there or thereabouts at the crunch this season. I think with Toney and Forss up front we have some different options which is good but I do worry for us if (god forbid) Norgaard picked up an injury. We really need to look at some back up there. Otherwise I think we're in reasonably good shape (particularly if we can bring in a decent Benhrama replacement)..What happened at the end of the season? Specifically Stoke and Barnsley games, chuck in Fulham as well.
Have we been "figured out"? Did we crack under pressure? I don't know the answers but they both heavily influence how the new season will pan out.
I expect if we overcome whatever went on we'll be challenging at the top, anyone EXPECTING automatic clearly hasn't watched the Championship much