It was another miserable afternoon for Fulham on Saturday, as Neil Warnock's Cardiff side doubled their goals tally for the season against our porous defence. Here are Cam Ramsey's five thoughts following this latest defeat.
It's always difficult to put things into perspective immediately after a crushing home defeat, even if it is to a very good side on the up who will undoubtedly challenge for the Top Four this season. Cameron Ramsey attempts to take some talking points out of our 1-5 loss to Arsenal.
You may not have known this, but Fulham have not managed to collect a single domestic point at Goodison Park since 1963, a daunting statistic that certainly didn't bode well for the Whites before their vastly testing Premier League meeting with Everton and, as we all know how it panned out, we're still yet to have had our long-awaited hurrah. Cameron Ramsey breaks it down.
Fulham found themselves in favorable position right before the half time whistle, but allowed QPR back into the game with continuous mental lapses. Dr. Greg Margolis explains how focus and attention can make or break a team's performance.
Sam Crosby-Browne gives his thoughts on Saturday's demolition of Burton Albion at Craven Cottage, and takes a look at how it might be Fulham's home form rather than their victories on the road this season, which propel the boys towards a Play-Off adventure for the second year running.
Fulhamish's latest recruit, Sam Crosby-Browne, takes a sideways look at the three points gained at the Riverside Stadium on Saturday afternoon and suggests that a different side of Fulham shown might just be the Plan B required to sustain a dash for the Play-Offs again this season.