"The most pleasing thing is that our best stuff is still in front of us", captain Farrell said.
Tries in each half by Joe Cokanasiga and additional touch downs from Elliot Daly, Manu Tuilagi, Maro Itoje, George Kruis, Tom Curry and Luke Cowan-Dickie indicated Eddie Jones' men will be genuine contenders in Japan this autumn. "Now everyone is going to pump up our tyres because we did well this week, but it was only last week that everyone was hammering us", he said.
Jones says their aim is to be the best side in the world, however they are not ready to win the World Cup.
"We thought we were in a good place, but it was a big lesson for us on Saturday", said Best. We fell off 34 tackles, 21 of them in the first half.
"We didn't get our set-piece going, we didn't really scavenge as well as we would have liked to".
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"It was tight in that first quarter, when we led 10-8 there was a bit of promise there".
Asked whether Sexton and Henshaw would feature in Wales, Schmidt said: "Yes, we'll certainly look at that". But it was very disappointing. We've got to be able to defend with 14 men, I certainly would never use that as an excuse, but they did well there.
Ireland exhausted badly and there was no stopping the hosts, with George Kruis - later yellow-carded for a high challenge - profiting from a TMO review and then Kyle Sinckler and Sam Underhill combining beautifully for Tom Curry to score. I knew we'd be heavy-legged and I knew we wouldn't be ideal today because we had had a big workload.
"There doesn't have to be too much a margin between two teams, one-v-one, for one to be a bit sluggish and one to be on top of your game. The players will take responsibility to do everything they can to turn it around next week and build from that because what really matters is in four weeks' time (the World Cup opener against Scotland)".
Starting XV: R Kearney, J Larmour, G Ringrose (all Leinster), B Aki (Connacht), J Stockdale (Ulster), R Byrne (Leinster), C Murray (Munster), C Healy (Leinster), R Best (Ulster, capt), T Furlong (Leinster), I Henderson (Ulster), J Kleyn, P O'Mahony (both Munster), J Van Der Flier (Leinster), CJ Stander (Munster).