11. Luke Fitzgerald, Leinster
Luke Fitzgerald's hat-trick of tries at Franklin's Gardens set the tone for the Irish province's rousing victory over their English opposition, sending a message to the rest of the continent that they are indeed back to win this tournament.
Fitzgerald's initiative knew no bounds as he crossed over the whitewash in the second and seventh minutes before adding another in the second period.
Special mention for Munster's Keith Earls, who carried for more than 170 metres against Perpignan.
12. Darren Cave, Ulster
Undoubtedly benefiting from the level of opposition, Darren Cave's performance against Treviso was incredibly impressive, regardless.
In total, the centre produced assists for four of his team's seven tries, adding 10 tries to the mix during a performance where it would be an understatement to say Cave was consistently in the right place at the right time.
13. Brian O'Driscoll, Leinster
Not for the first time this season, Brian O'Driscoll helped assist a Leinster try with a superb through-the-legs pass that's become something of a trademark for the veteran.
The Irish figure also managed to score one breakaway try of his own in the demolition of the Saints, beating two defenders and making the attacking job far easier for all of those around him.
14. Napolioni Nalaga, Clermont Auvergne
Special mention goes to Leicester's Miles Benjamin this week, who just misses out on the line-up despite scoring two tries, but it was another rampant winger, Napolioni Nalaga, who put in an immense attacking shift against Scarlets this week.
Sniffing up the slightest of defensive lapses that the Welsh visitors were kind enough to make, Vern Cotter's Fijian constant battered his way to 96 carrying yards, beating eight defenders, scoring two tries and generally being an unstoppable force with no immovable object in sight.
15. Rob Cook, Gloucester
One of only a couple of Englishman to make this week's line-up, Rob Cook delivered the goods to Gloucester this weekend with a spotless attacking display, clocking up 84 metres with ball in hand.
Providing the Cherry and Whites with a mostly secure presence at the back, the 29-year-old scored one and assisted another, building on the consistent start he's had to the Aviva Premiership season.