And the worst? Losing by the same 4-0 scoreline against Chelsea and Middlesbrough in back-to-back weeks during October. Both results against good sides - but we showed little hope.
Who was your team's best player last season? Captain Andy Todd, frozen out and looked on his way out under Graeme Souness before the arrival of Mark Hughes.
And the most under-rated? Not many people outside Blackburn realise that Todd is an asset to Rovers. Vastly underrated, but I would love it to stay that way!
And the worst player? He may be a good servant to the club, but I am unsure what it is that Garry Flitcroft offers to Rovers.
What was the most memorable moment from last season? Beating Burnley 2-1 at a packed Ewood Park in the FA Cup.
And the funniest? Nigel Worthington branding Rovers as the "bully boys of the Premiership". We ended up beating his Norwich side the following day 3-0, and very comfortably.
Best individual performance against you? Gabor Kiraly played very well when Rovers drew 0-0 at Crystal Palace. He was also solid in the return match at Ewood, even though Rovers won 1-0.
Best set of fans, besides your own? West Brom fans maybe. They seemed to enjoy their season. They seemed to always believe they could survive.
Best chant? It's got to be: "Your mum's your dad, your dad's your mum, you're interbred, you're Burnley scum".
What improvements need to be made by Rovers this season? Rovers need to score more goals. We scored less than all three of the relegated sides.
Which individual has the most to prove? Dominic Matteo. He's always been regarded as a top player - but I'm still not convinced.
Which of your young players has impressed you? [Striker] Jemal Johnson came in at times last season and did a good job. He scored just the one goal - against Colchester United in the FA Cup.
If money were no object which player or manager would you like to see at your club? Many would love to see Damien Duff back at Ewood, but could any amount of money buy him back from Chelsea?
What would you consider to be a good season? A top-half finish would be good, maybe pushing for the fourth Champions' League place.
If you had to put £1m on where your team finishes, where would you say? Eighth would be realistic.
Can you sum up manager Mark Hughes in three words?
Perfect. Big future