After watching his team get physically dominated by England, Joe Schmidt, the Ireland head coach, admitted that he had been anxious by the unusually subdued atmosphere in the dressing room before kick-off, and speaking at Ireland's Carton House base yesterday, Earls admitted there was a lack of intensity in their approach to the game.
"There are a lot of guys hurting at the moment and they will be looking for a way back in and I think the only was back in is to roll our sleeves up, show that resilience mentally that we are going to be have to be able demonstrate next Saturday".
"The intensity at which we played pleased me most", he said.
In reaction, England scrum-half, Danny Care, who missed out on selection for Eddie Jones' squad, said "He's a big loss for England".
"I don't think [Ireland being the best team in the world at the moment] changes in one game".
Itoje is crucial figure in England's pack and his power and work rate were key to subduing champions Ireland at the Aviva Stadium.
He added: "With a game as attritional as that one, you've really got to allow sufficient recovery time".
"You'll always miss a player of his calibre, you'll take some strength out of your team, but we have very good and experienced players to come in".
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To give England their credit, they much deserved their victory, they bettered Ireland all over the pitch and according to Conor Murray they were "more pumped" for the occasion.
"It's something that happened to us two years ago against the All Blacks - we got bullied here".
Meanwhile, Ireland coach Joe Schmidt warned his side they must bounce back from the setback quickly.
"They're a top side and they put in some really good hits out there".
"That was that in a nutshell, obviously there are other areas we want to look at but physically we know we can be there, we can be up at that level, we were just off and we've got to sort that out. I think Murrayfield's a great place to go to try to get a win and get back on track".
On the back of 10 successive wins Wales will take heart from their display in Paris while believing in themselves as there is little doubt they have the skills and mental and physical capabilities to withstand the enormity of the challenge.
"But we were off physically to start things off".