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Ryan Ratty is a technology professional by day and watches too many sports at night. He is a die-hard fan of Tottenham Hotspur, the New York Yankees, the Dallas Cowboys and all things Syracuse Orange. You can connect with him on Twitter @RyanSRatty

Tottenham’s win over Leeds is a perfect encapsulation of their season thus far

From conceding early to a frantic come-from-behind victory, this match should feel familiar to Spurs fans.

Tottenham’s best player this season: Rodrigo Bentancur

Bentancur has been a clear difference-maker for Spurs this year and his recent run of form has been extremely impressive.

Know your Tottenham opponent: Everton

Spurs will look to make it a third-straight victory in all competitions against Everton on Saturday.

It’s time for Spurs to start playing Oliver Skipp and Matt Doherty

Spurs could use some fresh legs in the midfield and at right wingback. Oliver Skipp and Matt Doherty have yet to feature this season, but they should be in the fold in October.

Know your Tottenham opponent: Leicester City

Leicester are struggling heavily and Spurs will be looking to get right after a disappointing UCL loss in Lisbon.

Know your Tottenham opponent: Man City

After Spurs completed the double against City last season, we ask five questions to a writer from SB Nation’s Man City blog (Bitter and Blue).

Son should still start over Richarlison despite poor start to the season

While the South Korean has been poor to start the season, he is first choice and should be allowed to retain his spot.

On Dele Alli and his fall from grace

Ahead of a rumored transfer to Besiktas, we take a quick look at our old friend Dele.

Analyzing Conte’s tactical shift in Tottenham’s draw at Chelsea

In a match where Spurs were outplayed, Conte used a formation change (and a bit of luck) to earn a difficult point at Stamford Bridge.

Tottenham’s intensity is their catalyst for creativity

After the 4-1 victory on Saturday, Spurs are showing once again just how their physicality and intensive nature is leads to goals.