With there less than a year to go before the World Cup, 2003 winner Neil Back fears England have too many selection issues to address.
Those England players still mourning their failure to make the Lions squad have been advised to get over it and focus all their energies on their country's tour to Argentina.
Post-traumatic shock can take various forms, from unwanted flashbacks to irritability and helplessness.
All problems are relative when you sit unbeaten on top of the Six Nations championship table with an opportunity to win a first grand slam since 2003.
England's players have been warned to expect a French renaissance this weekend despite the visitors' status at the foot of the Six Nations table.
In certain quarters English sportsmen will forever be perceived as innately arrogant but anyone clinging to that tired old cliche has not met Stuart Lancaster or his squad.
How do you improve on perfection? It is a nice problem for Stuart Lancaster to contemplate as he seeks to capitalise on England's stunning win over New Zealand last month.