Difficult to know where to start after that?
But try this fragmented summation for size?
Less energy than their opponents, less invention, less craft, less passion, less determination, less organisation, a considerably inferior ability than their opponents to pass the ball to someone wearing the same coloured shirt, second-best all over the park, toothless in attack, shoddy and unconvincing at the back?. etc, etc, etc
You'll get the picture, and you'll have gathered, of course, that the above comments are attributed to the away side this weekend and not an Ipswich team that was made to look like a cross between the Harlem Globetrotters and Brazil such was the ease with which they ripped through the Canaries' defensive ranks.
After delivering three notable performances in the previous couple of weeks it would have been such a massive disappointment for everyone of the yellow and green persuasion to see City being so overwhelmingly outplayed at Portman Road on Sunday.
And it would have been especially difficult to fathom given that Ched Evans' eighth goal in Canary colours with less than five minutes on the clock had provided Norwich with a dream start and the perfect springboard to subsequently take control of the contest against an Ipswich side still wobbling from recent results and all set, it seemed, to see their play-off hopes crumble to dust before their very eyes.
Yet barely seven minutes after Evans had raced the length of the pitch in order to celebrate his 25-yarder with 3,000 delirious away supporters, Alex Pearce had unfortunately turned a Danny Haynes cross into his own net to signal the Norwich collapse.
Because from thereon in it became the proverbial case of one-way traffic and men against boys as the hosts emphatically put their most bitter rivals to the sword.
Forget the 2-1 scoreline, because this could quite easily have been a bigger victory for Jim Magilton's men than the five-goal margin that separated the sides during Ipswich's resounding victory at Portman Road back in 1998.
All if's and but's granted, but with even a modicum of improved composure and accuracy with their finishing Ipswich would have not only defeated Norwich but also humiliated them too.
The home side appeared to have so much time and space in possession that you were tempted to check that they hadn't surreptitiously sneaked a couple of extra players onto the pitch at times, and while it would be inattentive to not acknowledge the polished manner in which they transferred the ball from one end of the pitch to the other, or the cultured finesse which greeted the ball from the head, chests or feet of the Ipswich strikers as it arrived in their vicinity with depressingly accurate and monotonous regularity, it would be equally as negligent to ignore the blunt fact of the matter being that City hardly offered up much resistance at all to prevent it from happening.
For the want of a better phrase, Norwich were basically ran ragged.
Minus Mark Fotheringham due to a neck injury picked up barely 24 hours earlier, Glen Roeder decided on an attacking line-up with Jamie Cureton asked to occupy the right midfield role.
And at the precise moment when Evans' low, angled drive nestled beautifully into the corner of Stephen Bywater's net, it appeared that the City boss had pulled another rabbit out of the hat in the manner it transpired when his unorthodox three man midfield with one winger policy proved a significant factor in setting the Canaries off on that impressive 13-match unbeaten run.
Not this time though, because Norwich never ever came to terms with their opponents superiority in essence, and on reflection it would be difficult to see how it would have been any different in truth, no matter who would have played or whatever type of different formation might have been used given the collectively sub-standard manner of their general performance.
It was the most one-side 2-1 victory you're likely to see for quite some time unfortunately.
So it's back to the drawing board for City, and hopefully a repeat of the standard of fare on show against Burnley, Bristol City and Colchester recently in these three remaining matches, than the undoubted mauling they received this weekend.