Week 10 belonged to Arsenal. The Gunners were the only side in the top six to pick up all three points over the weekend and Chelsea also profited too, beating Leicester 3-0 and moving up to fifth.
Stoke got their first win of the season as they ran out 2-0 winners against struggling Sunderland and Dele Alli's last minute equaliser at West Brom ensured Spurs maintained their unbeaten start to the season.
Player of the week
Junior Stanislas topped the Week 10 stats guide with 18 TFF points in Bournemouth's 6-1 win against Hull. The midfielder scored twice and added two further key contributions as Eddie Howe's side recorded their biggest ever Premier League victory.
Team of the week
Four Bournemouth players make it into the Week 10 team of the week - Adam Smith, Charlie Daniels, Junior Stanislas and Callum Wilson.
Manager of the week
Bruce Baer from London was the manager of the week, scooping a £200 first prize. His team, Bozena, chalked up a whopping 120 points, more than three times the average score of 34.
Chelsea 3-0 Leicester City
Diego Costa (£6.7m) continued his impressive scoring streak as Chelsea beat 2015/16 champions Leicester 3-0 at Stamford Bridge. That's now seven league goals for the season as Costa remains top of the TFF Stats Guide, with 53 points accumulated so far.
Eden Hazard (£5.8m) isn't far behind on 41 and he boosted his personal tally with a goal and a key contribution, earning an impressive haul of 10 TFF points for the week.
The defeat has left Leicester in 13th and they're struggling to get anywhere near the form they produced last year, with last season's second highest scorer Jamie Vardy (£6.3m) looking especially shy in front of goal.
Arsenal 3-2 Swansea City
Arsenal made it six league wins in a row as they ran out 3-2 winners in Bob Bradley's first game in charge of Swansea.
Theo Walcott (£4.8m) scored twice, making it four goals in his last four outings for the club, and he was also involved in Mesut Ozil's (£5.9m) winner as he chalked up 15 TFF points for the week.
Granit Xhaka (£3.5m) received a straight red card for a foul on the Swans' lively midfielder Modou Barrow (£2.8m), but a goal each from Gylfi Sigurdsson (£4.6m) and Borja Baston (£4.5m) wasn't enough, leaving Bradley tasting first-day defeat.
Arsene Wenger's side are the hottest team in the league right now and with Middlesbrough (H) and Sunderland (A) to come in Weeks 11 and 12, it wouldn't be a surprise to see them top of the table going into the North London derby against Spurs on November 6.
Bournemouth 6-1 Hull City
Bournemouth produced the standout performance of Week 10, dispatching Hull City 6-1 at the Vitality. Junior Stanislas (£3.4m), the week's top scorer with 18 TFF points, scored twice and added two further key contributions as the Cherries moved up to 11th in the table.
Charlie Daniels (£3.0m) and Callum Wilson (£4.8m) scored 10 TFF points apiece and right-sided defender Adam Smith (£2.5m) continued his fine start to the season with another eight points to add to his total.
Hull, who recently appointed Mike Phelan as their full time manager until the end of the season, are now in crisis mode, having lost five of their last six matches. Ryan Mason (£3.3m) scored a consolation for the Tigers but the thumping is one to forget for the defence, with David Marshall (£2.2m), Harry Maguire (£2.2m) and Curtis Davies (£2.9m) receiving -3 points each.
Manchester City 1-1 Everton
Everton held Manchester City to a 1-1 draw at the Etihad, bringing an end to Pep Guardiola's 100% winning record at home.
Maarten Stekelenburg (£2.5m) produced one of the goalkeeping performances of the season for the Toffees, saving penalties from both Sergio Aguero (£7.0m) and Kevin de Bruyne (£6.0m), and he also put together a string of world class saves before Nolito (£5.5m) finally headed in an equaliser to cancel out Romelu Lukaku's (£6.4m) opener.
The Dutch international is now the highest point-scoring 'keeper in TFF 16/17, with 31 (three clear of Southampton's Fraser Forster), and at just £2.5m is unbeatable value for TFF managers that are hunting for a bargain between the sticks.
Stoke City 2-0 Sunderland
Stoke picked up their first win of the season as they beat Sunderland 2-0 at the Bet365 Stadium. That means Sunderland are now the only side without a victory in the league, piling even more pressure on the shoulders ofmanager David Moyes.
Joe Allen (£3.6m) was the hero for the Potters once again, scoring both goals and taking his tally to 34 TFF points for the season. That's now four league goals in three appearances for the Welsh international, which matches his highest ever goalscoring season to date.
Stoke have improved since the return of Xherdan Shaqiri (£4.4m) in midfield and he was a constant threat in attack, as was £4.5m-rated Marko Arnautovic. Can the pair help the Potters continue their climb up the table?
West Brom 1-1 Tottenham
It took a last gasp equaliser from Dele Alli (£5.0m) to ensure Tottenham maintained their unbeaten start to the season as they were held to a 1-1 draw at the Hawthorns by West Brom.
Former Spurs midfielder Nacer Chadli (£4.0m) had opened the scoring for the Baggies with just just seven minutes remaining, but Mauricio Pochettino's showed their resilience as Alli scored at the death.
Ben Foster (£2.8m) was in stunning form for the hosts and was desperately unlucky not to chalk up his third clean sheet of the season. Not many sides will take all three points against Tony Pulis' well-organised side when they're playing at home, so the result isn't too damaging for Spurs.
The only concern they'll have is the fitness of Toby Alderweireld (£4.5m), who was stretchered off in the second half with a suspected knee injury, which means midfielder Eric Dier (£3.4m) may end up playing a deeper role in the heart of Spurs' defence in weeks to come.
Crystal Palace 0-1 West Ham
West Ham picked up a much-needed win as they finally moved out of the bottom three. Aaron Cresswell (£3.6m) marked his return with a key contribution for Manuel Lanzini's (£4.4m) winner, but was later sent off after receiving a second yellow card for a bookable offence.
Christian Benteke (£5.2m) wasted the chance to equalise from the spot and also saw a header come back off the post, meaning he finished Week 10 with -1 points.
Slaven Bilic's decision to employ a 3-4-3 formation appeared to pay off and with Sunderland to come in Week 11, things are starting to look up for the Hammers.
Middlesbrough 0-1 Watford
Goal difference is now all that separates Middlesbrough from the bottom three as they suffered a fourth loss in five at home to Watford.
It means 'Boro are now winless since Week 2, while Watford move into the top half as they recorded their third win in five.
Jose Holebas (£2.6m) scored the winner, his second of the season, and his reasonable value is making him increasingly appealing for TFF managers. In less than 2% of teams, Holebas regularly features on the left side of the Hornets midfield, despite being technically classified as a defender in TFF 16/17.
Southampton 3-1 Burnley
Charlie Austin haunted his former club as he broke the resilience of a stubborn Burnley defence. Tom Heaton (£2.7m) had made a string of unbelievable first half saves to keep the Saints at bay, but Austin (£4.6m) scrambled in the opener before Nathan Redmond (£4.3m) volleyed in a second on the hour.
It was a pretty one-sided affair at St. Mary's and Charlie Austin slotted home his second from the penalty spot, earning 12 TFF points for the week.
The Clarets did pull one back through Sam Vokes (£4.0m), but it wasn't enough as Southampton ran out comfortable winners.
Liverpool 0-0 Manchester United
This match was billed to be the standout game of Week 10, but TFF managers were left disappointed. Jose Mourinho's set up his side to contain Liverpool's attacking players and David de Gea (£4.0m) performed the goalkeeping heroics necessary to ensure the Red Devils left Anfield with a point.