Gameweek Fourteen saw a dramatic conclusion in the race for Manager of the Month, with it going right down to the final game. It saw Iceman Newton smash home the highest total of the week, and it saw the pressure of the chase finally start to tell on Jeeves.
Another exciting week in the League of Gentlemen, one which saw the Hitman assassinate his opponents, which saw four managers suffer real FPL Nightmares, and which saw the Butcher, Big Steve, reassert his dominance over the division.
With the international break upon us, it is a crucial time for managers to reassess and re-focus. Jeeves' clawing back of Big Steve gives us all hope, while Pochettino leaving Spurs means there are several players who could change the game in the coming weeks.
Despite claims of lost interest, this week saw King Ding move into fourth in the table, perfectly poised to attack those above him. In a tumultuous gameweek in the League of Gentlemen, the Geord's Lords finally, at long last, showed up to the party.
A sensational gameweek in the League of Gentlemen, which was turned on its head following Leicester's record-breaking victory. One team fell nine places, another rose by nine, and Big Steve's lead was decimated, as Rodgers' Rampagers tore up the rule-book.
Gameweek 9 saw the impossible happen: Andrew 'Wooden Spoon' Helling scored the most points in the League of Gentlemen. It also saw the inevitable happen, as Geord's Lords became one of the Also-Rans. In a low-scoring week, could anyone close the gap on Big Steve?
An explosive week in the League of Gentlemen, one that saw stunning revelations from the Juggernauts, stunning transfer decisions from the runaway leader and stunningly-nightmarish performances from several teams.
This week pushed the competitors of the League of Gentlemen to the limit. For some, they finally made the breakthrough they've been looking for all season. For others, the FPL Nightmare led to a full-on breakdown.
While the benching of Sterling caused chaos in the League of Gentlemen, one man is setting an incredible standard. While most of us engage in our own personal FPL Nightmare, Big Steve has risen to 516th in the world. Can anyone catch him?
After just five gameweeks, Lawes is starting to lose the plot with FPL. Already in fifteenth position, the Nightmare is well and truly under way. Meanwhile, the dream is starting to become a reality for Big Steve, as he reaches the top 20k overall ranking