But if you had any of the following three players, you would be feeling quite smug following their performances last weekend in the second round of Guinness PRO14 fixtures.
If you’re still looking for a few players to kickstart your fantasy league campaigns, have you considered any of these star performers?
Justin Tipuric topped the fantasy rugby leaderboards this week following an incredible performance for Ospreys against Toyota Cheetahs.
The Ospreys captain led from the front, scoring two tries to secure a 46-16 win and claim 29 points for any discerning fantasy selectors.
Last season’s Ulster player of the year John Cooney rescued a last-gasp win for Ulster against Edinburgh on Friday in incredible style.
The scrum-half took home 18 points with three conversions and three penalties along with the game-winning try in the 30-29 win, his second successive matchwinning contribution this season.
Lastly Scarlets Ken Owens’ Man of the Match performance was enough to clinch 15 points against last season’s Guinness PRO14 winners Leinster.
The 31-year-old Welshman scored the first try of the match to help Scarlets extend their unbeaten home run to 22 matches stretching back to Sep