Go on, pinch yourself Warrington fans, but you won't wake from the nightmare.
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It's still impossible to understand how St Helens turned certain defeat into one of the unlikeliest wins in Super League.
The Wolves, who played terrifically well for the most part, led 16-4 with barely six minutes left.
|Warrington 16-18 St Helens
Then in a thrilling finale, Saints managed to squeak it, scoring three tries, including one with the very last play of the game.
It's a St Helens trademark - and they managed it without Long, Sculthorpe and Hooper.
Warrington were within seconds of seeing their season take off. But now they have to rebuild confidence again ahead of Leeds away next week.
Hull were powerfully impressive against a very well-organised Salford.
Paul Cooke put in a superb individual show - the two passes he produced to send over for Gareth Raynor and Kirk Yeaman would have had Hull fans of a certain age reminiscing about Steve "Knocker" Norton.
Salford are good though - top six is not beyond them.
Bradford's win over London Broncos can be filed in the "that's more like it" column.
Apart from the opening 20 minute spell when London competed, the Bulls bossed the game looking back to their confident, powerful best.
Still, London's most important win of the week came off the field in the Super League boardrooms.
Their home games remain a priority and next week's match versus Wigan is of enormous significance.
Another defeat for Leigh, but give them credit for a battling approach to the game against Wakefield at the Atlantic Solutions Stadium.
The freshly poured glass of champagne that was Trinity's initial form seems to have turned into half a carafe of cheap house wine.
They need to rediscover that early bubbliness they had.
And they certainly deserve better than a crowd of not much more than 4,000.
Widnes have now completed the opening month from hell, and the signs are they can kick on from here.
Two points from the first four fixtures against St Helens, Bradford, Leeds and Wigan could have been four points had it not been for a late fight-back by the Warriors at the Halton Stadium.
Widnes held the lead with around 20 minutes remaining, but Wigan had the stronger finish.
And what are we to make of Huddersfield?
Alright it was Leeds who trounced them at the Galpharm and Leeds are trouncing everyone at the moment.
But it's the third successive week that the Giants have got off to a dozy start, and this time they couldn't muster a fightback.
Last year the Giants were flying at this stage, this year they have only a win at Leigh from their first four weeks.
It's form that has to change quickly as the Super League table begins to take shape.
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