But not everyone agrees...
If the Warriors can pile on another 52 points, they could eliminate their negative points differential...
Hurrell with a huge hit-up from the kick-off but he rushes the play the ball and turns it over on his own 30.
And now the Raiders turn it over. Warriors up to their own 40 on the first tackle.
This is getting ridiculous!
I was just about to say they look dangerous every time they get the ball, then Laumape busts through out of nowhere to grab the Warriors' ninth.
The wing got the ball on the right sideline and there was a lot left to do, but he straightened his line, burst a couple of tackles and ended up running it 30 metres beside the posts.
And Johnson brings up the half century. Wow.
10 minutes left. Neither the Warriors, nor the crowd, want to see the end of this one.
It has been a sensational display of attacking football from the home side.
Leuluai bombs near the Raiders' line and they deal with it easily.
The Raiders can't do anything right at the moment. They regathered their own bomb near the Warriors line and looked dead-set to score but spilled the ball and allowed the Warriors to take over.
And the Warriors burst up into the Raiders half just like that.
It seems like the visitors want to get out of dodge as soon as possible.
Seven minutes left and I think it's safe to turn out attention to next week.
The Warriors will now be in eight spot, but their poor points differential could see them overtaken by the end of the round. They will have to beat the Dragons next week to have a chance but still need other results to fall in their favour.
Five minutes left as the Raiders bomb near the 20. Locke knocks it on and Canberra will have a scrum.
The form the Warriors have been in today they will be confident of beating anyone, especially the 15th-place Dragons. But, as we all know, the Warriors run rather hot and cold...
Another hat-trick, this one to Jarrod Crocker.
It's only consolation for Canberra of course, but Robinson put a little grubber through, Crocker picked it up nicely and muscled his way over the line.
Milford missed the kick - it's 50-16 with a few minutes left.
The Raiders didn't celebrate that one too hard - they know their season is over.
The Warriors will fight another day, though they will be nervous spectators watching the rest of the round as six teams battle for the final two spots.
Can the Dragons play party-poopers or will the Warriors win again and give themselves a shot of an unlikely playoff place?
One minute to go in this one.
The fans want another try but Johnson's bomb is easily gathered by Tupou.
And that's the ball game.
The Warriors win their final home game of the year in grand style, as hat-tricks from Vatuvei and Johnson sees them run out 50-16 winners.
The Warriors have given themselves every opportunity of sneaking into the eight, but it will come down to others' results, even if they beat the Dragons in Wollongong next week.
You're welcome, guys. Thanks for joining me. That 80 minutes flew by!
Stay tuned for a match report on nzherald.co.nz from Michael Brown and pick up a Herald on Sunday tomorrow to read full analysis of this game and the Warriors' top eight chances.
There's one consolation for the green machine!