Warriors coach Andrew McFadden said a lack of energy was to blame for his side's loss to the Titans on Saturday.
The Titans survived a desperate comeback from the Warriors to win 32-28 on Anzac Day. Here's five key points from the clash at Mt Smart Stadium.
The Titans have stunned the Warriors, coming from behind to win a high-scoring Anzac Day clash at Mt Smart Stadium in Auckland.
Manu Vatuvei didn't just break the try-scoring record for New Zealanders last weekend, he also finally went past an old friend and mentor.
After winning the 2010 NYC and delivering the Warriors their first piece of official silverware, a special group of players set their sights on first grade.
One high-profile star has already paid the price for the Warriors' abysmal error count in recent weeks, and the players know more could follow.
These two teams are as close as you can get on the NRL ladder, but after very different results last week it'll be a case of momentum v home ground advantage.
Just days after joining the 200-game club and setting an all-time try-scoring record, Manu Vatuvei has extended his Warriors career.
The Cowboys still struggle in the first 20; Shaun Johnson continues to improve; errors are haunting Warriors and Jake Granville is a big game player.
A match-winning try in the final two minutes from hat-trick hero Jake Granville gave the Cowboys a comeback win over the Warriors in Johnathan Thurston's 250th.