Disastrous isn’t the only word you could use to describe this latest Molineux mishap.
But it is perhaps the adjective that best underlines how epic a blow this was to our already slim chances of survival.
In fact, as Wolves continue their gradual descent to the bottom of the table you’re tempted to say the game is up.
Quite simply, if this is the best TC can get out of the group, we’re spent.
Even as the muted action ebbed and flowed in the first half, it seemed momentum was always flowing towards the opposition as our fragile confidence continued to ebb away.
Promising forward moves were continually halted by misplaced passes – mostly from Stephen Ward – as our attacking was all too familiarly toothless.
It was again only at two goals down that Wolves even showed any sort of appetite to attack.
And when the chances did arrive in the dying embers they were all fluffed high, wide and handsome.
Robinson made one save all game, which is frightening when you consider he hasn’t kept a cleansheet all season – prior to yesterday.
Defensively, it was a modicum better.
Bassong for Berra was a notable improvement and the on-loan Spurs man showed a little of the class we hoped for.
But in Junior Hoilett, Blackburn possess a player with the sort of confidence and cutting edge we can only dream of.
The Canadian gobbled up two half chances to put his side in firm control and once the game was stretched, there was only one winner.
David Davis certainly shouldn’t be remembered for a notable error at either end of the pitch after a tenacious, largely competent display on his Premier League debut.
He got around the pitch and was the only midfielder who put tackles in all afternoon. Whether or not it was the right decision to throw him straight in remains debatable.
Matt Jarvis is still our only route to goal.
Why we stopped feeding him the ball out wide when he clearly had the beating of his full-back all afternoon is anybody’s guess.
He seemed to drift inside for long periods, which I simply can’t fathom. It renders him totally ineffective.
Doyle out wide is a massive no-no for me. What does he possibly offer in that position?
Granted, Kightly was poor after his introduction but I’d much prefer a natural wide player from the start.
Speaking of which, how long is it until we can get Adam Hammill back I wonder? With Hunt injured, it must be done as a matter of urgency.
That, at the very least, may go some small way to appeasing a despondent and incensed home crowd.
And whilst of course I certainly don’t condone some of the things we’re hearing that took place after the final whistle yesterday, you can understand the frustration.
It’s all very well the chairman, the CEO, the manager and the players calling for unity, but a string of baffling off-the-field decisions have all contributed to what we’re seeing on the pitch and the division that’s evident throughout the club.
Most worrying for all of the above, is that things will probably have to get even worse before they can get better.
Strap yourself in.