You had two managers with opposing views after yesterday's game.
That's hardly a surprise but Steve Cotterill thought we were good for a win, while Kenny Jackett believed a draw was probably the fair outcome.
The way we went at Millwall I can see why Steve thought we should have had the three points but, in the context of the game, I think the result was possibly fair enough.
You can't fault our endeavour, that's for sure.
Once they scored they took command of the game. Our heads fell a bit and they got on top.
Teams who play the system they play, with one up and runners from deep, cause us problems. We've seen it time and again this season.
Our defenders don't like taking on the oncoming midfielder and it's an issue.
The two midfielders are marking players, so it's down to the defenders to take the responsibility and pick the runners up.
All credit to Liam Trotter in that role for Millwall, because he was a thorn in our side.
We got to half-time at 1-0, though, and Steve went in there and sorted them out.
In the second-half we were livelier and created chances.
Steve Morison is a handful and was a problem for us, but Millwall never hit the same heights after the break and that was a credit to us.
David Nugent is riding high on confidence.
He's finding himself in the right place at the right time and is playing with lots of energy.
He bothered their centre halves all game and put himself about.
I think Jamie Ashdown deserves credit, too, though. He made vital saves at vital times.
Maybe he doesn't get the dues he deserves sometimes. He has gone about his business well.
Now he knows he is number one and he is going to be playing games week-in, week-out. Confidence is key.
Of course it was nice to see Hermann back, too.
He seemed to be up for every corner and free-kick in the first-half and I thought he was going to run out of steam.
He dug in there, though, and it was boost to see him starting again.
There are a lot of games coming up and he could prove to be key.
Overall, we would have liked three points but I don't think we should be too disappointed with one.