Forgive me for the lack of match report on the Swansea game - it has taken quite a while to digest a performance that really looked like it was extracted from the bowels of the now deceased Mark Hughes era.
If one is to attempt to disentangle any positives from what was a quite abject performance in the wet of west Wales then these are those:
1) Andros Townsend continues to look like an excellent addition to the side. Such a shame that Tottenham will want him back at the end of the season, though did we not have the same arrangement with a certain A. Taarabt?
2) Bobby Zamora continues his rehabilitation with a well-taken goal - here's hoping Harry is exaggerating about the extent of his hip injury.
3) Swansea away was not on anyone's list of a must-win. It is quite clear to see why they were quite comfortable in beating Chelsea in the Capital One Cup over two legs.
4) It is another game closer to Loic Remy returning to the first team.
5) Er, that's it.
Once more we gaze upon a new-look QPR side and wonder how long it will take them to get into the swing of things in the Premier League. With just 12 games remaining they simply do not have the luxury of taking their time.
The fixture list has granted us one leniency: QPR have three weeks until the glut of must-win games against teams that we should be competing against begin.
There is a week off next week, which is good, followed by a home tie against Man Utd, which is being seen as bad. But there cannot be a better time to play them. There is no one on the planet that expects us to beat them, and so the pressure is off. Jeez, just a point could be the kind of boost that propels the Rs upwards into the final, crucial stage of the season - however unlikely that seems.
The truth is that Harry has until March 2 to get his new house in order, when QPR travel to Southampton. After that the must-win games come thick and fast: Villa away, Fulham away, Wigan home.
With Stoke, Reading and Newcastle still in the pending column there are still plenty of points up for grabs.
So, it's all about the next three weeks. This season is going to be won or lost on the training ground.
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