Since the hard-earned victory at Castleford Tigers on March 26, it's been a catalogue of Super League disasters.
And this latest defeat at bottom club Wigan is the one to beat them all!
During awful April, out-of-form Huddersfield have lost to Salford, Hull, Bradford and now the Warriors, who celebrated the arrival of new coach Brian Noble by chalking up just their second win from 11 starts this season.
Their only other success was, of course, also against the Giants in February.
It's fair to say Huddersfield do deserve some sympathy for their latest reverse, with their last three games being against clubs who have been highly emotionally charged.
Against Hull, it was just days after Peter Sharp was announced as their new coach; against Bradford, it was always going to be Noble's last game in charge; and on Saturday, it was against a Wigan side determined to make a positive impression on their new coach - a certain Mr Noble!
In that sense, the Giants were always asking for trouble.
But can that really excuse the non-existent defence that was once again on show for large parts of this Wigan fiasco.
OK, it soon became apparent the physical nature of Tuesday's game at the Bulls was going to be a telling factor.
However, the strength in which the Giants finished the contest suggests there was a little more to it than that.
And, no doubt, that's what Giants coach Jon Sharp is working on right now.
The Galpharm chief will have been delighted with the bright start his side made to the contest, with James Evans charging over with ease after just three minutes.
But as the game progressed it became clear that the Giants were second best.
They were dominated all over the field, with most of the individual battles far too easily conceded.
As soon as Danny Orr crashed over for the first of Wigan's nine tries after 10 minutes, the warning signs were there.
Individual errors and shaky defence had made that score possible, and that became the theme for the day.
Within two minutes of Orr's strike, which Pat Richards was on hand to convert to make it 6-4 and give the Warriors a lead they never looked like losing, they were over again.
Richards this time turned tryscorer to score out wide, and by the 24th minute the ball was kept alive for Chris Ashton to reach out and touch down for Richards again to add the extras.
There was brief hope for the Giants when Evans fed Martin Aspinwall to score another deserved try in the corner and for Chris Thorman to add a superb touchline conversion.
But Wigan regained possession straight from the kick-off and Richards then outjumped Mat Gardner from Dennis Moran's high kick on the last tackle and the visitors were immediately back in control.
Two minutes before the break, Stuart Donlan was sin-binned for holding down and Brett Dallas rubbed salt in the wounds by crossing in the corner seconds later.
Danny Tickle's goal made it 26-10 at the break.
And the second half was little different.
Within six minutes the Warriors extended their advantage when Tickle strolled through with ease, and five minutes later referee Karl Kirkpatrick's perfect obstruction enabled Sean O'Loughlin to dive through the completely thwarted Giants' defence.
Micky Higham added to the home side's misery with a final converted try in the 71st minute before the Giants had the final say when Apsinwall, Evans, Eorl Crabtree and Michael De Vere linked up from deep to give the supporting Thorman a try.
But that failed to lift the gloom around the Galpharm.
Wigan had been very low on confidence going into this fixture, and by the end of this game that had rubbed on to us!
It was pretty obvious the arrival of Brian Noble had given the Wigan players a lift and, the more the game went on, the more their confidence grew.
But, unfortunately, there seemed to be the opposite effect for some of our players.
I can certainly never question the integrity or commitment of this squad, but there are question marks over the amount of confidence some of them have.
When players lose their confidence, they begin to doubt themselves and when things don't go their way it affects them.
That can be the bounce of the ball or a tough refereeing call.
These were both factors against Wigan, and they are factors that need addressing.