QPR gained a 16th draw of the season - the most by any team in the Championship at Cardiff. Here are five of the 'highlights' - if you'll forgive the phrase.
Rangers have mastered the art of taking something out of the game.
That said, by attempting to dominate possession early on they all but killed the action. You can't blame Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink for building a solid defensive base for the future - but the gaffer desperately needs to address the other two thirds now.
Sign Clint Hill to a new deal now, before his pals at Rotherham and Cambridge get him instead.
The 37-year-old reminded everybody what he brings to the party with a goalline clearance right at the end - and this after recovering from a hamstring strain.
Sure, he's not going to play 46 games ever again, but the odd cameo when it's needed surely makes him a shoo-in to keep before either Neil Warnock or Shaun Derry whisk him away.
Surprising to see Conor Washington get just six minutes - plus the added time
Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink spoke about wanting to 'experiment' before the game. But in the end the desire to bring something back proved too strong. It has to be the only reason, the £2 million signing from Peterborough only got a look in at the end, with Matt Phillips wearing the mantle of lone striker when Seb Polter went off.
There were a fair few cars with QPR stickers belting down the M4 - hope they thought it worth it
Who would be a Rangers fan heading 150 miles for a dead rubber? Actually, quite a few. The first car spotted by GetWestLondon was around 9.30am. Well done, travelling Hoops.
It was hard to imagine a more boring half than last week's against Charlton. But...
...this one ran it close. The only notable moment was Anthony Pilkington's yellow card for simulation. Debutant Matt Ingram was one of the few non payers to get a frontline view of the action .