It looked as though Spurs were going to enjoy a good season, sitting top of the Premier League after three straight wins, including against Manchester City.
They followed that up with three losses in a row, including a terrible display against London rivals Arsenal.
Harry Kane (OVR 90)
The standout player once again for Spurs, Harry Kane racked up 33 goals and 17 assists in all competitions last season, not only claiming the Premier League Golden Boot for his third time but also most assists this season.
He has joined the 90 club after a great season but currently doesn't look interested in playing for Spurs.
Heung Min Son (OVR 89)
Great return for Son last season, linking up exceptionally with Kane. It's clear without these two Tottenham would struggle.
He didn't do enough to reach 90 OVR, but his ongoing consistency sees him right up near the top!
Hugo Lloris (OVR 87)
Another steady season for France's number one meant he kept his 87 OVR rating.
12 clean sheets in the Prem isn't to be sniffed at, so once again Hugo Lloris is amongst the best goalies in the game.
Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg (OVR 83)
Steady and solid in the centre, Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg earned his rating increase.
People weren't sure about the move at first, but some great performances for Tottenham and now Denmark has seen his stock rise.
Tanguy Ndombele (OVR 82)
He struggled to find his feet as a new arrival, but then won Mourinho over and put in some great displays to cement himself as a regular starter.
Tanguy Ndombele got a much-warranted boost, and we suspect he will be an early Ultimate Team favourite.
Pierluigi Gollini (OVR 82)
Now ratings start to look slightly bad for Spurs.
As we said with Barcelona, when your second keeper is in your top 10 players, you're lacking some talent.
That's not to take away from Pierluigi Gollini's ability, but there is definite work to be done for Spurs.
Cristian Romero (OVR 82)
Another new arrival for Spurs, we are yet to fully see what Cristian Romero can bring to the Premier League.
Highly rated in Italy, he won the Best Defender award last season and also appeared for Argentina in their run to win the Copa America.
Sergio Reguilon (OVR 81)
Sergio Reguilon looked like a strong signing who could develop well but was given a downgrade for FIFA 22.
With trouble at Spurs, Nuno could revert to playing a back five as he did at Wolves, and we're sure Reguilon would excel in that formation.
Giovani Lo Celso (OVR 81)
Out of action for most of the season, Giovani Lo Celso completed 90 minutes just a handful of times.
His rating goes down slightly, and it possible would have slipped more had he not featured for Argentina throughout their Copa America success.
Lucas Moura (OVR 81)
Always reliable, sometimes sparkling, but never hitting consistently great heights, Lucas Moura saw his rating fall by two this year.
He managed nine goals and eight assists in 50 appearances last season and will need to up those numbers if he wants to see improvement over the year.