QPR manager Neil Warnock expressed his admiration for Doncaster after his side's home win over Sean O'Driscoll's side on Saturday.
Rovers, who conceded two late goals in a 3-0 defeat at Loftus Road, have earned a reputation for their neat passing approach since being promoted to the npower Championship in 2008 .
"To say that we were off the boil, you would be taking a little bit away from Doncaster," Warnock said.
"I think that Doncaster were the reason that we were off the boil, but that was not a surprise to us. We knew that they would keep the ball quite a lot, as long as they did not get any chances.
"You only have to look at Doncaster's record this season. I don't think there is another team like them in the league - I think they're unique.
"They play a certain style which Sean has always played. If you go a goal down, it's almost impossible because you can't get the ball back off them."