QPR have made a highly inconsistent start to their Championship campaign, and they have fell way short of expectations.
At the moment the R’s are in 12th place in the Championship table, following their defeat to Brentford on Friday evening, and they are already five points away from the play-off spaces.
And Goodman said: “They've got good players and a good coach at the helm. However, the jury is still out on Chris Ramsey as a head coach and I'm sure he'll forgive me for saying that.
"They're a recently relegated Premier League club and expectations are obviously high but they're not stringing results together. If this continues for a lot longer then they'll be out of the promotion race.
“Maybe there has been a lack of passion? It doesn't matter if it's a London derby or a regular game in the Championship, if you play without passion then you will lose in this league.”
HITC have run reports suggesting that Chris Ramsey could lose his job unless QPR’s form picks up very quickly.
Ramsey has come under pressure at Loftus Road due to his side’s poor form, and there is now audible calls for him to lose his job from certain sections of the club’s fan-base.
It means the pressure is on in QPR’s upcoming fixtures, with their next match coming against an in-form Derby County side this evening.
The Rams are unbeaten in nine matches, and QPR are unlikely to be relising the prospect of a trip to the iPro Stadium.