Mark Warburton again blamed a lack of a cutting edge after QPR’s latest defeat.
Rangers went down 2-0 at Huddersfield and have suffered three consecutive league losses.
Their season has been blighted by defensive lapses but manager Warburton has consistently focused on missed chances at the other end.
And it was a similar story after the game against the Terriers.
He said: “We created chances, dominated and looked like a very good team – but you’re only a very good team if you score goals and at the moment we’re a little bit toothless.
“In the first half we looked threatening and were in good areas, but we didn’t put the ball away and it’s been the same repeated message for the last few weeks.
“Good teams score goals and at the moment we’re not finishing off our good work.
“We can move the ball very well and create chances, but it’s about scoring goals.
“Right now we’re not getting the rewards for some good football and we are conceding some very, very poor goals.”
Warburton’s side have won just four of their past 19 games and are nine points above the Championship relegation zone.