Weir hails second-half showing
David Weir praised Sheffield United's improved second-half display as they came from behind to draw 1-1 at home to Crawley.
Jamie Proctor met Andy Drury's cross to give the visitors a 10th-minute lead and the Blades rarely posed a threat to the Reds' defence before half-time.
It was a different story after the break and recent signing Marlon King equalised in the 63rd minute with his first goal for the club after Febian Brandy's pass found him in space inside the area.
The hosts had further chances, with Tony McMahon's long-range effort hitting a post, Brandy heading wide and substitute Conor Coady's shot turned wide by goalkeeper Paul Jones.
The result ended a run of six straight league defeats for the Blades, easing the pressure a little on Weir.
"I think the team answered a few questions in the second-half," said Weir. "In the first-half we were really poor, we didn't turn up and lost a bad goal.
"At half-time we were really honest with ourselves and had to ask ourselves a few questions.
"We could have either gone under or accepted the challenge and stood up to it, and I really thought the group did that.
"It's a tough place to play when things aren't going your way and we were obviously on a run of defeats, which is difficult.
"I thought it was a big game for us in terms of being positive and standing up to the fight.
"There's obviously a lot of areas we can improve on but when you've got the attitude and character like that, it can take you a long way."