There were goals galore in Week 13, with 36 scored across the 10 Premier League fixtures.
Chelsea and Liverpool both won by five goals each, the latter now sitting pretty at the top of the Premier League table after mauling Watford 6-1 at Anfield.
Spurs maintained their unbeaten start to the season by holding Arsenal 1-1 at the Emirates, despite going a goal behind, while Sunderland picked up their first league win of the season by beating Bournemouth with just 10 men.
Player of the week
Eden Hazard topped the Week 13 scoring charts with 21 TFF points in Chelsea's 5-0 win against Everton. The midfielder scored twice and notched up three key contributions as Antonio Conte's side made it five straight wins in a row.
Manager of the week
Stephen Warren from Barnsley was the manager of the week, scooping himself a £200 first prize. His team, Antonio1, chalked up a whopping 143 points, more than three times the average score of 41 points.
Team of the week
Unsurprisingly, six Chelsea players made the team of the week, with two more coming from Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool.
Our predicted XI
Before each scoring week starts, we pick our best XI by choosing one player from each fixture, all within the £50.0m budget. In Week 13 our team scored 71 TFF points, with goals coming from Dawson, Hazard, Firmino, Slimani and Aguero. How did your team compare?
Bournemouth 1-2 Sunderland
Sunderland finally picked up their first win of the season, coming from behind to beat Bournemouth despite having just 10 men.
The Cherries took the lead through Dan Gosling after fantastic work down the right from £2.5m rated right-back Adam Smith. He now has more key contributions than any other player in his position (four), but will miss Week 15 after picking up a fifth caution of the season.
Victor Anichebe equalised for the Black Cats, becoming just the third Sunderland player to score a Premier League goal this season, before Steven Pienaar was dismissed for a second bookable offence in the second half.
Star player: Jermain Defoe (£5.2m): 10 points
Jermain Defoe was the hero for David Moyes side, dispatching the winner from the penalty spot with a little over 15 minutes left to play. He's now scored against 35 of the 38 Premier League sides he has faced and will need to keep finding the net if Sunderland are to have any chance of survival this season.
Burnley 3-2 Crystal Palace
The meeting between Burnley and Crystal Palace was topsy-turvy to say the least. The hosts raced into a two-goal lead courtesy of Sam Vokes and JB Gudmundsson, the pair totting up a key contributions each in the build-up to the Clarets' goals.
Despite looking comfortable, Sean Dyche's side were pegged back by goals from Connor Wickham and Christian Benteke and the match looked destined to finish as a 2-2 draw.
However, four minutes into injury time, subtitute Ashley Barnes - who was returning from a lengthy injury layoff - smashed in the winner and sent Turf Moor into ecstacy.
Star player: Sam Vokes (£4.0m): 10 points
The Welsh international striker has enjoyed a decent start to the season and has now scored four times in 11 appearances. That puts him seventh in the strikers category for overall points.
Manchester City 1-1 Middlesbrough
Manchester City were held to a 1-1 draw by Middlesbrough and in doing so lost their spot at the summit of the league table. Sergio Aguero opened the scoring after good work by Kevin de Bruyne and the hosts should really have been out of sight after having 19 shots on goal in the first half alone.
Victor Valdes was phenomenal for 'Boro and a string of world class saves kept the visitors in the game. Alvaro Negredo then tried his luck from half-way, but Valdes' opposite number Claudio Bravo was alert to tip the ball over the bar.
With City closing in on three points, George Friend delivered a sumptious ball into the box and Martin de Roon converted with a thumping far-post header.
Star player: Sergio Aguero (£7.0m)
Aguero scored his 150th City goal in just 223 appearances and his eighth for the 2016/17 season. He's now in 50% of all teams having won his place back in Pep Guardiola's starting XI.
West Ham 1-1 Stoke City
West Ham and Stoke shared the spoils at the London Stadium, playing out a competitive 1-1 draw.
Dimitri Payet has only scored once so far this season but went close for the Hammers as his free-kick went inches over the bar. He is, however, still continuing to churn out key contributions, with his tantalising cross being turned into his own net by the unfortunate Potter, Glenn Whelan.
West Ham goalkeeper Adrian then had a moment to forget, gifting Bojan the equaliser with 15 minutes to play.
Star player: Bokan Krkic (£4.5m): 6 points
The former Barcelona striker has made just three starts so far this season but came off the bench on Saturday to score his second league goal of the season.
Chelsea 5-0 Everton
Chelsea won their fifth league match in a row, without conceding, with a comprehensive 5-0 win against Everton. TheBlues chalked up an unbelievable 101 TFF points between them this week and top the team scoring charts, some 83 points above Liverpool.
Hazard, Pedro and Costa started in attack, each finding the back of the net and earning 47 TFF points between them. Marcos Alonso was also on the scoresheet and added a full clean sheet too.
Star player: Eden Hazard (£5.8m): 21 points
No player has scored more points in a single gameweek this season than Eden Hazard's tally of 21. Two goals and three key contributions, his seventh and eighth of the season respectively, has now moved the Belgian midielder onto 79 points for the season, which puts him top of the overall charts.
Arsenal 1-1 Tottenham Hotspur
Tottenham continued their unbeaten start to the new season after fighting back to draw 1-1 with Arsenal.
Injuries to Toby Alderweireld and Dele Alli meant Mauricio Pochettino opted to change to a 3-5-2 formation and the decision seemed to pay off with Mousa Dembele and Victor Wanyama impressing in central midfield.
Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil had limited space but the latter whipped in a sumptious free-kick which Kevin Wimmer could only turn into his own net.
Dembele was then fouled in the box and Harry Kane converted the penalty to mark his return with a goal.
Star player: Harry Kane (£6.8m): 7 points
The striker has been absent since Week 6 but showed how important his presence is to Spurs. In just 5.3% of teams, last season's top overall point-scorer will now look to kick-start his new campaign.
Hull City 2-1 Southampton
Make no mistake about it, this result was massive for Hull.
Charlie Austin's sixth minute penalty made it seem like there'd be another long afternoon ahead for the Tigers but they fought back after the break and won their first match since Week 2.
Substitute Robert Snodgrass' return to the side was the catalsyt for the comeback, he scored the equaliser before setting up Michael Dawson for the winner.
Star player: Robert Snodgrass (£3.6m): 9 points
The Scottish midfielder has been sorely missed at the KCOM Stadium, but came off the bench to turn Sunday's match on it's head. At just £3.6m he's incredible value and will definitely be one to scout at Wembley on Friday as England face Scotland in World Cup qualifying.
Liverpool 6-1 Watford
Liverpool moved top of the table in Week 13 as they smashed Watford 6-1 at Anfield. Roberto Firmino continued in attack for Jurgen Klopp's side, despite being classified as a midfielder, and earned 16 TFF points through a goal and three key contributions.
Philippe Coutinho and Sadio Mane scored 13 and 12 points apiece, while Adam Lallana completed an incredible performance from the Reds midfielders by adding 11 to the tally too.
Daryl Janmaat did pull a consolation back for the Hornets but defensively it was a week to forget, with both Jose Holebas and Miguel Britos reduced to -4 points apiece.
Star player: Roberto Firmino (£5.1m): 16 points
Firmino is still in just 12% of all teams, considerably less than both Coutinho and Mane, but continues to deliver a huge amount of points. His 16-point haul in Week 13 was his best of the season so far, moving him second in the overall scoring charts.
Swansea City 1-3 Manchester United
Manchester United picked up their first win in five, beating Swansea 3-1 at the Liberty.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored twice and Paul Pogba got the other as Swansea remain 19th and six points from safety.
Wayne Rooney made his first league start since Week 6 and rewarded his manager's faith with eight TFF points via two key contributions.
Star player: Zlatan Ibrahimovic (£6.6m): 11 points
Zlatan scored his first goals since Week 6, but picked up a one match ban so won't return until November 27. Incredibly, the £6.6m rated striker has yet to register a key contribution this season, which explains why he's only the fifth highest point-scoring striker in the charts.
Leicester City 1-2 West Brom
The Baggies picked up a surprise win at the King Power as they leapfrogged Leicester into 11th. The Foxes, who won the Premier League last season, have now dropped to 14th, just two points above the relegation zone.
Matt Phillips had a hand in both goals, setting up James Morrison's opener before scoring the winner less than 20 minutes from time.
Islam Slimani turned in Riyad Mahrez's cross to score his third league of the season, one more than his struggling teammate Jamie Vardy.
Star player: Matt Phillips (£3.2m): 10 points
The former QPR midfielder had his best scoring week to date, earning 10 TFF points via a goal and key contribution.