John Lundstram was the standout player in Week 13, topping the scoring charts with 12 TFF points.
Sheffield United's £2.5m-rated midfielder was the second cheapest player in the team of the week, only behind Leicester's Caglar Soyuncu at £2.3m.
There were hauls of 10 points-apiece for Kyle Walker, Adam Smith, Martin Montoya and Enda Stevens in defence, with Tammy Abraham and Lys Mousset leading the line for a combined price of £8m.
In terms of managerial performances, Paul Evans topped the weekly chart with 103 points, while Andy Sloper's side 'For Fuch's Sake' earned the monthly award with 289 points.
Here's what else we learned in Week 13:
1. The Foxes are the real deal
Leicester players are dominating the stats centre.
Jamie Vardy is the leading overall point scorer, with 77 in 11 starts, and he's also scored the most goals with 10 to his name so far.
Caglar Soyuncu has returned more points per £m than any other player, with 20.4, while Ben Chilwell is second returning 20.
In terms of the form guide, Jamie Vardy, Ben Chilwell and Ricardo Pereira have returned the most points across the last six weeks, with 137 between them, and they're now up to second in the team charts: only Man City have scored more points as a whole.
2. What's happened to Pukki?
7,000 more managers lost patience with Teemu Pukki in Week 13 and the Norwich striker is now in just 17% of all teams.
Having started the season with 46 points in the opening 5 games, he's only managed appearance points in the last six weeks.
With Watford to come at home this weekend, perhaps the Finnish international could return to scoring ways.
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