Spot in Table: 17th, 25 points, minus-18 goal differential
Best Player this season: Heidar Helguson
Why they are here: This season was never going to be easy for QPR. They had just advanced into the Premier League for the first time since 1996 and their ownership group was in a state of transition.
Considering where they originally were, QPR have been reasonably successful and now find themselves barely out of the relegation zone following a thrilling 3-2 victory over Liverpool.
QPR have started to look better under Mark Hughes, but they are far from a safe side this year.
Where they will finish: QPR did purchase Bobby Zamora and Djibril Cisse at the end of the transfer window to enforce a weak striking core.
These signings were not able to deliver in recent fixtures and QPR now find themselves in a tough stretch with Arsenal, Manchester United, Tottenham, Chelsea and Manchester City are all left for QPR to face in their final nine fixtures.
Unless QPR pull out more wins like they did against Liverpool this past week, they will sit on the boundary of relegation.
If recent events are an indication and QPR performs like they should considering their schedule, they probably will find themselves in the Championship next season. But if Blackburn slips up and QPR can get a few good results, they will stay up.