Scotland coach Ian McGeechan criticised his side's finishing once again as France piled fresh misery on his side.
France cruised to a 38-3 victory at the Stade de France this afternoon - equalling their highest-ever winning margin against Scotland - barely a week after Ireland had also strolled to a record success over McGeechan's men.
A dejected McGeechan said: "We said last week that scoring six points against Ireland wasn't good enough at home and today not being able to cross France's line when we had one or two opportunities was very disappointing.
"You've got to be looking to score 15-20 points if you want to win matches but today we could not finish our chances.
"In parts of the game where you have have to build control - especially away from home - we were lacking. We had opportunities but we're not reacting well when we do break the line.
"The ball-carriers were trying to make the links - when you get behind the line you want to buy time but we didn't do that."
McGeechan refused to look too closely at the championship table, instead choosing to focus on his side's next match against Wales at Murrayfield in two weeks' time.
"We'll have to wait and see if the championship table splits into two parts," he said.
"We just want to be competitive against Wales and we'll see what happens. We'll certainly work very hard at being competitive the next time we turn up."
The RBS 6 Nations Championship 2015 was not poised to go down as one of the more "vintage" Championships, though there was great anticipation as the action headed into its final day. What transpired was something that nobody could foresee: "The Greatest Day in Rugby's Greatest Championship."