Losing three games on the bounce and conceding 11 goals in the process has seen the Hammers dragged into the thick of the relegation battle.
The 3-0 home defeat to Burnley last time out saw fan unrest come to a head with supporters invading the pitch to protest against the way the club has been run by co-owners David Sullivan and David Gold and vice-chairman Karren Brady.
Homegrown Hammer and captain Mark Noble was seen rugby tackling one of the fans while another took the corner flag and planted it in the centre circle in scenes reminiscent of the Bonds scheme protests back in 1992.
Saturday's scenes sent shockwaves through football with much debate over the rights of supporters to protest and who is to blame.
Meanwhile in the background Moyes must somehow pick up the pieces to ensure his side picks up enough points to stave off relegation.
Pundits and fans have been talking about the players' responsibility to step up and turn things around.
But former Hammers hero Jack Collison has issued a passionate reminder to supporters of how they can impact performances both positively and negatively.
"YES - there are some ****heads out there who put the club in a bad light," Collison said on Twitter.
"YES - the scenes on the weekend were unacceptable and upsetting.
"I wrote this in 2014 - the REAL fans carried me through some of my darkest days.
"Never underestimate your influence/responsibility as fans. Come on you Irons."
In it he talked about how the support of the Hammers faithful lifted his spirits in his darkest hour and enabled him to play in a memorable cup win over bitter rivals Millwall just days after his father had died in a motorcycle crash on the way to watch his son play for the East Londoners against Tottenham.
He said at the time: "The intense feelings were very different. It’s hard to find anything that can make you feel 10-feet tall when all you want to do is roll up into a ball and cry and let the world swallow you up."