Week 10's NFL action brought with it a loss by the last undefeated team in the league, the first tie game in the NFL since 2008 and a trio of concussed starting quarterbacks.
The week also brought with it quite a few strong statistical performances, especially at the tight end position, where a number of players went bananas.
Here's a look at the best of the best with the top scorers in fantasy football Week 10.
Note: These scores were tabulated using a PPR scoring system that awards one point for 10 rushing or receiving yards or for 25 passing yards and each reception. It awards six points for all touchdowns and subtracts two points for turnovers.
As I alluded to in the title slide, a desperate New Orleans Saints team held off a late charge by the Atlanta Falcons to emerge victorious, 31-27.
While quarterback Matt Ryan did not win the football game, he did win plenty of matchups for his fantasy owners. The fifth-year pro threw for 411 yards and three touchdowns with one interception, which was enough to net him the top spot among signal-callers.
To say that Vikings running back Adrian Peterson has returned with a vengeance after tearing his ACL and MCL on Christmas Eve 2011 would be an understatement.
The sixth-year pro gained 171 yards on 27 carries in the Vikings win over the Detroit Lions on Sunday, marking the fourth straight game he has rushed for over 100 yards and scored a touchdown. A.P. also became the first running back in 2012 to eclipse 1,000 yards on the ground.
It's been a disappointing year for fantasy owners of Detroit Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson. Megatron caught 16 touchdown passes a season ago but entered Week 10 still waiting to haul in his first scoring strike of the season from quarterback Matthew Stafford.
That streak was put to rest Sunday, along with any doubt about Johnson's ability to play effectively without practicing. Megatron exploded against the Minnesota Vikings to the tune of 12 catches for 207 yards and a touchdown.
Week 10 was a banner week for tight ends across the National Football League, as Tony Gonzalez of the Atlanta Falcons, Greg Olsen of the Carolina Panthers and Jimmy Graham of the New Orleans Saints all topped 100 receiving yards and scored two touchdowns apiece.
However, only one of those players can be top dog this week, and the elder statesman of the group was propelled to that spot on the heels of 11 receptions for 122 yards and two scores in Atlanta's loss to the New Orleans Saints.