The home side conceded seven tries in the defeat, only getting on the score board in the 75th minute.
The side's head coach told BBC Radio Manchester: "We didn't do ourselves much justice out there. Overall, I don't think there was a lot between the two sides. You can look at all the excuses, but at the end of the day, you've got to stop the opposition scoring - simple as that.
"Even at 22-0 down, I still thought there was a chance. We had plenty of ball but couldn't crack them.
"It's one of those days where every option the boys seemed to take was the wrong one."
The result leaves Salford at the bottom of the Super League table.