Rovers boss Tony Mowbray isn't keen to dwell on defeat and already has his eyes set on putting things right when Oldham visit Ewood Park on Saturday.
Rovers were lacklustre at Home Park, going down 2-0 to Plymouth Argyles, losing for just the first time in 19 league games.
Tony openly admitted it was a bad day at the office and says it's important to respond with another unbeaten run, starting on Saturday.
"It wasn't a good day for us and we have no excuses," he said after the game.
“Let’s get on with it, there’s a third of the season left, there's plenty of points to play for and we have to keep going.
“Defeats are part and parcel of football. We have to deal with the disappointment and get ready for next weekend.
“There will be some weeks it goes for you and some weeks it doesn’t. We have to keep positive, keep working hard and look forward to the next challenge."