My timing was probably a little off.
As well, I think some folks are probably still mourning the loss of José Reyes. There is another thread for that, and, although, it's still a very small sample size, Tejada is currently doing better than Reyes. It's very possible that the team itself feels a bit more coherent without Reyes. Tejada's not the same type of spotlight stealer, so it's possible the rest of the team has been picking up the lost slack as a unit. This I find refreshing. It may not last all season, but right now I find it refreshing.