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NY Jets Fantasy Football: Winners and Losers from Week 10

Chris Nass
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Disastrous defense and a few garbage time points — that's how you can sum up the NY Jets' Week 10 game against the Buffalo Bills. To take the focus off the loss a bit, let's take a look at the players who were the winners and losers in fantasy football in Week 10.

QB Winners

Patrick Mahomes, Kansas City Chiefs | 36.2 fantasy points

Patrick Mahomes is back. Mahomes put up his best numbers of the season, completing 35-of-50 attached pass attempts for 406 yards and five touchdowns in the game at the Las Vegas Raiders.

Trevor Siemian, New Orleans Saints | 19.9 fantasy points

Trevor Siemian is improving every game and slowly becoming interesting for fantasy football as well. 19-of-34 completed pass attempts for 298 yards and two touchdowns set Siemian's season-best.

Mac Jones, New England Patriots | 19.9 fantasy points

Against a desolate Cleveland Browns team, rookie Mac Jones threw three touchdown passes on Sunday — the most he's thrown this season. After a nasty performance last week against the Carolina Panthers, Mac Jones is back on track.

QB Losers

Russell Wilson, Seattle Seahawks | 7.6 fantasy points

Returning from his finger injury, Russell Wilson was unable to build on his previous performances against the Green Bay Packers. Only 20 passes completed on 40 pass attempts for 161 yards and two interceptions is shockingly weak.

Mike White, New York Jets | 6.0 fantasy points

The Mike White hype train has been mercilessly derailed. Enough has already been written. White was able to complete 24-of -44 pass attempts for 251 yards and a whopping four interceptions. Mike White's time as the starting quarterback should be up.

Baker Mayfield, Cleveland Browns | 4.9 fantasy points

Baker Mayfield's fantasy football output already hasn't been breathtaking in recent games. But on Sunday in Foxborough, Mayfield's performance reached a new low.

After the Cleveland Browns' opening drive, which ended in with a touchdown, nothing came from Baker Mayfield and his team. Mayfield completed 11 of his 21 pass attempts in total for 73 yards, one touchdown, and one interception.

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