Manager Roy Keane is losing patience with the number of draws Ipswich have chalked up this season.
The Blues recorded their 15th deadlock of the campaign - and their ninth at home - after being held 1-1 by Middlesbrough.
Ipswich opened the scoring after just 23 seconds when new-boy David Healy's low cross took a slight deflection but reached Daryl Murphy, who muscled in front of David Wheater and turned a close-range effort into the Boro net for his first goal in two years.
But Wheater levelled for Boro in the second half and Keane said: "Our performances generally haven't been too bad but it's another draw and draws don't get you anywhere fast. When you look back at all the draws we've had we might have been better to lose half and win the other half.
"Somebody must be making money out of us by predicting draws every week and we shouldn't begrudge them that.
"But this was a typical Championship game. Both teams had chances, it finished 1-1 and we all go home. Boring."