It's that time again, brothers. The fan player ratings are in for yesterday's glorious triumph over St. Mirren, and you can check out how you voted below.
We don't know whether that prick who always gives everyone a 1 every week was absent or feeling generous, as one of you awarded the lowest score for almost everyone except granting a couple of 3s and 5s, so maybe we're improving, or the Ibrox Get It In The Box Das are getting carried away. Anyway, without further ado, here are your ratings:
Wes Foderingham 6.7
Didn't really have too much to do, so never going to get a high score, but generally continued his excellent recent form.
James Tavernier 6.6
Again wasn't as penetrating or as dangerous as he might be, again close but no cigar with the free-kicks, again good tracking back but not so good with players running at him. It seems a really obvious thing to suggest, but we wonder whether it's worth giving him a shot on the wing if we ever get short-changed there (and have anybody who could reasonably deputise at right-back, otherwise we'd suggest it for the cup.)
Rob Kiernan 6.5
Some good moments, but Wilson was clearly the superior of the two.
Danny Wilson 6.6
This seems harsh on Danny, but thanks to the weird hard time he gets from much of our support, any time he ranks above Rob Kiernan is usually a good display.
Lee Wallace 6.3
Another pretty mediocre day at the office for the skipper, with poor delivery again the cause of a largely ineffective attacking display.
Andy Halliday 6.0
Andy Halliday seems to be in some poor form lately, and could really do with stepping up his game to give us a bit more drive when we need it.
Jason Holt 6.2
Holt's hardly shone since coming back from injury either. He's just sort of been there in games so far. Must do better.
Nicky Law 4.8 - DIDDY OF THE DAY
GTBFO is not a Nicky Law sympathiser, and while he hardly stood out as the worst player on the pitch, he was pretty anonymous yet again. People who think he should be given more of a chance, or worse still, a new deal, frankly baffle us.
Michael O'Halloran 7.8 - MAN OF THE MATCH
Although any time O'Halloran attempted to lift the ball off the ground with his crossing it endangered the fragile roof insulation, his dribbling, directness and close control were simply incredible, and we'd thoroughly agree with naming him the best player on the park.
Kenny Miller 5.9
A quite generous score given his two or three glaring misses, but his link-up play was decent as always.
Barrie McKay 5.9
Produced the two best passes of the game inside five minutes, but fell right out of things as the game went on. A rare subbing off showed that his dip didn't go unnoticed by Mr Warburton.
Dean Shiels 5.2
Came on and didn't really do much.
Billy King 5.4
It's questionable whether Billy King is really that good, in all honesty. He's slight, and doesn't have either the raw speed, upper-body strength or close control to hold onto the ball with any reliability, while his finishing wasn't quite good enough to take advantage of the half-chances that fell his way either.
Harry Forrester 7.3
Good goal. Maybe he'll make it after all, although we still need to see a lot more.