Rafa was right when he said on Friday that a couple of bad results can put Newcastle right back into relegation danger.
Whatever you say about our players you cannot fault their characters or their determination to win for the shirt.
Yesterday was a great example of that and like last week at Everton it looked like it could have been all over at half time.
We had conceded two poor goals, and Matt Ritchie had missed his first penalty ever for Newcastle just before the Toffees scored their second goal.
Matt Ritchie missed a penalty yesterday
Indeed, the commentators at half time on NBC Sports seemed to have up their minds that Everton would win the game.
But an amazing comeback saw us score three goals in the last 25 minutes and that equals the most goals we have scored in any league game this season.
But a number of the teams around us in the league also won yesterday.
Brighton beat Crystal Place 2-1 away and Southampton had a great come from behind 2-1 win at home to Spurs.
And third-bottom Cardiff City had an excellent 2-0 home win against West Ham.
Bottom clubs Huddersfield and Fulham both lost again and they look like they are doomed.
But who will finish 3rd bottom is still up in the air.
Here are the league positions after yesterday’s games with Burnley at Liverpool this afternoon.
Next up for us is Bournemouth away next Saturday before the two-week International break.
A win in that game will take us closer to safety but it looks like we still need another two wins to be safe.