Wing: Julian Savea, New Zealand
On his return to the international side, Julian Savea wasted no time in making sure England felt his impact. In fact, it took the winger less than two minutes to get on the scoresheet.
Savea would also cross over the whitewash on the other side of half-time to give New Zealand the win they deserved, but it was a non-stop performance from this man in particular.
Inside Centre: Scott Williams, Wales
Scott Williams was one of those who came into the Wales line-up this weekend on the back of a slew of midfield injuries and shone in his responsibilities.
Argentina were almost helpless but to watch the 23-year-old Carmarthen native run for 72 metres, beating five defenders, making two clean line breaks along with two offloads.
A busy day for Williams indeed.
Outside Centre: Gael Fickou, France
Tonga won't be the toughest opposition France are likely to face this autumn, but if there's anything the Southern Hemisphere bruisers did offer at the Stade de France this weekend, it was physicality.
Gael Fickou was one of those who felt the strain and then some, recording 15 tackles, as well as going off for a blood sub in the first period but still going on to show some astute link-up play with his fellow backs.
Wing: George North, Wales
Again, it was George North who was among those shining brightest for Warren Gatland's side as the Welsh bounced back from their South Africa defeat to make an attacking statement against the Pumas.
The Saints man carried for 89 metres and could have doubled his try tally had Phillips chosen to utilise him in the first half instead of going himself, but North's support didn't go unnoticed.
Full-Back: Willie Le Roux, South Africa
Arguably the performance of the weekend, Willie Le Roux will never have a better three-minute period than he did against Scotland this weekend, where he scored one try and created another in quick succession at Murrayfield.
The statistics speak for themselves as the Springboks' full-back ran for 111 metres, beating two defenders from just seven runs and two clean line breaks.