However, Saint-Andre believes France can take great encouragement, regardless of the outcome, from a Championship that has seen them beat England, Scotland and Italy.
France have won the RBS 6 Nations following each of the last four British & Irish Lions tours but with a handful of injuries - including the impressive Yannick Nyanga and Wesley Fofana - Saint-Andre is keen to ensure his players take none of the blame.
"We're still dreaming about winning, about scoring 15 tries and that everyone's in a dream," he said.
"But seriously, we're doing a lot better than last year at this point. Then we had three defeats and a draw, now we have three wins.
"What happens on the outside is not important. If I have to be the scapegoat, then no problem - but let the players do their work.
"When you realise how many important players are out injured, there are six, seven, eight, and yet we still see this group improving, picking themselves up and still being in a position to win the RBS 6 Nations."