With only one point accrued in that time, Carlos Carvalhal's credentials are under scrutiny, and according to a report in this week's Sun on Sunday, the Owls could turn to ex-Sunderland boss David Moyes if he cannot turn things around.
Owls head coach Carlos Carvalhal
Moyes' name is said to be 'being whispered in the corridors of power' at Hillsborough, where Wednesday entertain Sunderland later this week.
The 54-year-old quit the Stadium of Light earlier this summer, after failing to keep Sunderland in the Premier League.
And after struggling at both Real Sociedad and Manchester United before then, Moyes, it seems, would not be the most popular choice to replace Carvalhal - despite his success at Everton and Preston North End.
Nevertheless, there are some supporters who would welcome his arrival at Wednesday.
Former Sunderland manager David Moyes
Here's what's being said about the rumour on Twitter...
Happy with cc but Wednesday fans slating Moyes is pathetic. Worked wonders at Everton, doing the simple things right. What we get wrong.— Martin Randerson (@mvrander) 13 August 2017
Good manager— Aaron Swallow (@aaronswallow26) 13 August 2017
Id rather keep Carlos, weve had our highest league positions under him.— Craig B (@26LR179) 13 August 2017
No thank you we want someone who is dynamic and had options.— Andy flood (@flood902) 13 August 2017
I'm cool with CC unless we're no where near at Christmas
Moyes is a very very good manager— Nikkie Higgs (@NikkieHiggs) 13 August 2017
Nooooooooooooooooooooooooo— Chris Howe (@chrhowe) 13 August 2017
It's a NO from me— Carl Taylor (@carl4tay) 13 August 2017
Can't be any worse than we've got now wawaw— Jow4 (@jow4_5) 13 August 2017
I'm all for giving people a chance (if CC does go) but hiring David Moyes would be about as inspiring as hiring Alan Irvine #swfc— Tom Benton (@BentonTom) 13 August 2017
The terrifying thought of getting David Moyes is why I am still sitting on the fence a little about Carlos #swfc— Billy Seamus Fenelon (@BillyFensterFen) 13 August 2017
We should go for Pearson once Carlos has gone— Deano (@deanrowdingswfc) 13 August 2017
Would the former Sunderland boss be a good appointment for Sheffield Wednesday?