Roscommon's displays so far in the league are a mixture of the good and the bad, according to their manager Kevin McStay.
Yet again, the Rossies had to rely on a late flurry of scores to get something from last weekend's game. On this occasion, they claimed all two points against Tipperary to go with the one secured against Meath the week before.
McStay stressed to the Roscommon Herald that they have a lot of things to work on and one will be to get off to a better start in games and not let sides build up big leads.
"Everyone is doing good things, but everyone is doing silly things as well," said McStay. "Until we get that balance right, all these matches are going to give us heart attacks.
"There is nothing in them and there will be nothing in it next week (against Down). That's the nature of Division Two. Generally speaking, every team is of equal calibre."