The 2013-14 Premier League has drawn to a close, and Bleacher Report has wasted no time in compiling the definitive top 100 players of the campaign.
The ranking is based solely on the 2013-14 seasonal form of a player—any prestigious previous seasons or enhanced reputations are not considered. The minimum appearance count is 12, so if a player started a dozen times, his body of work will be evaluated; if he didn't, he was not considered.
Players are not graded or ranked on the longevity of their impact for the season either, meaning Steven Gerrard and Aaron Ramsey came out very close, despite the former playing nearly a dozen more games.
We scored you on what you played, provided you started 12.
A note about "Last Year's Rank": Last year's top 100 was constructed prior to the 2013-14 season and counted any player signed before Sunday, August 11. It was a preemptive ranking ahead of the campaign. Click here to see that slideshow.
Without further ado, let's get stuck in. If you have any disagreements, comments or alternate theories, we welcome them in the comments below as always.
All statistics sourced from WhoScored.com.