Walker said the entire playing group will need to take a good look at what went wrong against the Power, and said they would need to have an honest review session of the game in order to learn from the defeat.
“From Sloaney (Rory Sloane) and I down, everyone would be spoken about this week,” Walker told AFL.com.au.
“If you dish up stuff like that in the second half, everyone should be on the table.
“We’ll have to sit and watch that because if we don’t, we won’t learn from it.
“It’s going to be a huge learning curve for us and there needs to be some honest conversations between players because we were out there. The 22 that played need to have a real, good look at what went wrong.
“We’ll put in place things that will help us if we get in that situation again.”
Walker even took aim at himself, suggesting he could be doing more for Don Pyke’s side.
“I’d love to be playing better,” he said.
“I reckon there’d be a lot of blokes who would be putting their hands up to play better.
“I think I need to stay in the game more, play with a little bit more presence and a little bit more of an impact on the game.
“There’s a few areas I need to get better at – my workrate needs to stay at a high level and demand from others what’s needed.”