commanding 3-1 performance at home, while Cardiff were thumped 2-0 by Nottingham Forest - in Cardiff.
The only thing you can say with any certainty at the moment is that QPR will be serious contenders at the end of this season, which in these dark and gloomy nights seems a million miles away but in the warm spring games that will decide the promotion prospects we know we'll be up there among them.
What today's set of results might tell you is that of the two top teams QPR seem to have more staying power than Cardiff. Both teams are draw specialists this season, and in Rangers case this means they've still yet to be beaten. But the murmurings about the lack of outright wins by Neil Warnock's side must surely be silenced now and all eyes looking at next weekend for a confirmation.
And why next weekend? Well, next saturday we play Cardiff at home. A massive, massive mid season fixture that takes on all sorts of psychological dimensions now. Lose and you have to think it would be hard for the losing side to pick themselves up again, win and the players would have to start getting a feeling of destiny.
I'll be there, in the South Africa Road paddocks this time, and so should you be if you can. This might just be our time.
What a change from the days of Mad Dog and the Strange Man.