Warrington boss Tony Smith blasted his players after Friday’s 40-0 drubbing at Leeds.
The home side dominated throughout to record an easy victory that left Wolves eighth in the Super League table.
“It was not good enough – if you play poor it’s not a great place to come to, and we were poor with the ball today.
“Some of the errors we made were just not good enough. It’s a dangerous place to come to and make errors. They’ve got some dangerous players who can capitalise on them.
“I didn’t see that coming. We built up well this week but some of those performances just come out of the blue.
“We were hoping to build on last week and that commitment, but these guys have had a couple of substantial defeats this season and once Leeds got on a roll it was hard to stop.
“In some ways it’s a good thing for us that we play on Monday. It’s horrible when you’ve got a long turnaround after playing poorly. You can dwell on it and that can eat you up.
“We’ve only got a few days to dust ourselves off and we can make amends.”