Well, I guess both sets of fans have asked themselves that question more than once this season. I would even bet that the capital wolves pondered that more than us as they handed the jailbirds of Torino their 28th (and I'm stretching it here) title for the 4th year in a row. Their domestic demise, even if the signs were flashing since the infamous Bayern thrashing, came directly after our defeat in Roma 4-2 as they never say the beautiful colors of victory in Serie A after 13 games (10 draws, 2 wins in the EL & Coppa, and 1 loss) until they broke the duck against Napoli in a 1-0 victory. Based on their early expectations this season, Roma's journey in 2014-2015 has been a disastrous one as they lost their focus once Garcia ventured into the no man's land that is the media clutches of Tuttosport and co. It's not only that, cracks appeared in Garcia's tactics that every side with proper perpetration absorbed them like Clefable's Magic Guard (you're welcome Pokemon fans). Afterwards, the debates on who should be held accountable on their fall started between their fans. Was it Garca's obsession with certain players? Or Sabatini's transfer miscalculations?
Oh, and if you're living under a rock lately (or enjoying a normal life unlike this boring bastard) then you'd know that harsh and critical disputes erupted between the Roma ultras and their president Mr. James Palotta after the latter called a portion of them "fucking idiots" after they mocked the mother of the murdered Napolitano supporter Ciro Esposito. As a results, the curva decided to boycott the Atalanta game in response to what they considered an abandonment to the real supporters of Roma. It didn't stop there as some of them put a threatening sign for the president that read: