The Eagles have been belted by 97-points in an underwhelming performance against Geelong.
West Coast managed just five goals for the game, Oscar Allen booting two of those goals in 21.10.136 to 5.9.39 drubbing.
Eagles coach Adam Simpson left to describe the performance as "weak" and "embarrassing."
“Absolutely no excuses for what we did today,” Simpson said.
“You can lose over here. That happens, but you want to play a brand that you’re proud of and we’re not at Geelong’s level at the moment. They’re obviously a grand final side and had a couple of good inclusions. They were terrific today."
“We got annihilated in every aspect of the game which was really disappointing. It was an embarrassing performance after quarter time. You get what you deserve in the game really."
West Coast face a nervous wait on results of scans for Jeremy McGovern who suffered a groin injury and Jamie Cripps who copped multiple knocks to the ribs.
The Eagles will head straight into lockdown when they arrive home in Perth ahead of next Sunday's Western Derby.
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