QPR fell to a humiliating defeat at Championship basement boys Rotherham United.
Rangers dropped to 18th in the second tier as a result and were beaten by Chelsea loanee Izzy Brown’s first-half goal for a Millers side who hadn't tasted victory in 14 games coming in to this fixture.
If Ian Holloway was not already aware of the task on his hands to revive Rs then performances like this will only underline its magnitude.
It was an open game from the off; in-form Alex Smithies batted away Lee Frecklington’s shot in the first minute before Conor Washington, the lone Ranger up front, saw his curler tipped wide by Price.
Danny Ward’s return pass carved the Rangers defence in two in the 25th minute and put Brown in behind, who finished past Smithies with some aplomb.
Still firmly in the contest, Holloway’s side came mighty close to levelling on the half hour as Tjaronn Chery found Price in the way of his powerful effort in the box.
After half-time the Millers keeper was once again on hand to deny the Dutch playmaker, leaping high to deny Chery’s ambitious free kick.
The visitors were handed a lifeline 12 minutes from time when, after Ward’s shot had hit the bar, Joe Newell contrived to turn the rebound over the bar with the goal yawning in front of him.
In the closing stages it was the hosts forcing the issue with Newell and Ward creating chances once again and Rangers barely able to muster anything in response.