Arsenal will only care about the three points they took from their 1-0 win over QPR, because the performance that produced the result was mediocre at best.
One cannot be sure whether Rangers played out of their skin or the Gunners' lackluster play simply made their relegated crosstown rivals appear better than they are. Regardless, the home side never gave up after conceding less than 20 seconds in.
But three points and a poor performance is infinitely better than zero or one point and a scintillating display. Let's try to keep that in mind while looking back at six things we learned from this game.