John Duffy could not hide his disappointment after his Featherstone side were hammered by Widnes.
The Rovers let in 11 tries to the Vikings as they slumped to a 58-10 defeat, denting their hopes of making the Million Pound Game in the process.
The defeat leaves Fev with a point from their first three Qualifiers games and face unbeaten Hull Kingston Rovers next.
Duffy admitted that his side had a lot of work to do following their latest setback.
“Widnes have taught us a great lesson,” Duffy said.
“I’m really disappointed with our boys and to come in at half-time questioning people’s attitude isn’t good enough and we were too far behind then. We’ve got a lot of learning to do.
“We knew it was going to be a massive ask for us but I’m just disappointed in the way we went about ourselves to be fair during the game. I thought we came out and showed a bit of ourselves in the second-half, but then the skill let us down again.
“We’ve got to look ourselves in the mirror and get back to being Featherstone.”
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