Well, that was deeply weird. We're expecting a right old mixed bag of ratings here after Rangers' bizarre 4-3 win against Queen of the South, so get on with the voting and we'll post the votes up tomorrow.
Firstly, of course, the regular reminder of our scoring system:
10: A career-defining performance of such beauty and genius that you thank God you were alive to witness it. Barry Ferguson vs. Sporting Lisbon.
9: Really stunning performance from a brilliant player. A dominant, phenomenal display of rare quality. Brian Laudrup in the cup final vs Hearts.
8: An excellent, man-of-the-match-worthy display. Did very little wrong and was decisive when it mattered. Lovenkrands in the 2002 final against Celtic.
7: A good, solid performance, played very well, didn't make any mistakes, showed a bit of class but not a truly dominant display. Neil McCann in the same game.
6: Got the job done, did what was asked of them, put a shift in, no real complaints. Darren McGregor in every single game last season.
5: An average performance, the game perhaps passing them by slightly, not particularly effective or influential. Every game Nicky Law has ever played for Rangers.
4: Sub-par, struggled to get going, perhaps anonymous, perhaps made errors, perhaps looked a wee bit lost. Kirk Broadfoot in the 3-2 in 2008.
3: Poor. Nothing came off, the game was too good for them, and they stood out as not being good enough. Jig in the Old Firm League Cup game under McDowall.
2: Terrible. Just totally lost in a game that nothing went right for them at all in. Out of their depth. Ricky Foster in the 4-0 against Hibs.
1: One for the ages, genuinely worse than if they hadn't been there at all. Cammy Bell vs Motherwell.
Now get to it: