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NY Jets Fantasy Football: Winners and Losers from Week 10

Chris Nass
NY Jets, Mike White
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RB Winners

Darrel Williams, Kansas City Chiefs | 29.4 fantasy points

Whether Darrel Williams is the running back the Kansas City Chiefs so desperately needs remains to be seen. Against the Raiders, Williams ran the ball 11 times for 43 yards and caught all nine of his targets for 101 yards and a touchdown. Strong performance.

Rhamondre Stevenson, New England Patriots | 27.4 fantasy points

The rookie running back for New England had a great day on Sunday. 20 carries for 100 yards and two touchdowns set career bests for Rhamondre Stevenson.

Whether those stats can be repeated remains to be seen. Finally, the Cleveland Browns defense was shockingly bad.

Michael Carter, New York Jets | 18.2 fantasy points

Michael Carter was one of the bright spots in a disastrous game against the Buffalo Bills. 16 carries for 39 rushing yards and a touchdown made for a personally good result. Additionally, the rookie also caught four of his six targets for 43 receiving yards.

RB Losers

Josh Jacobs, Las Vegas Raiders | 8.6 fantasy points

Josh Jacobs had a mixed day against the Kansas City Chiefs. 12 touches, including five catches, for a total of just 36 yards made for Jacobs' weakest performance of the season.

Myles Gaskin, Miami Dolphins | 5.5 fantasy points

Even though Myles Gaskin has been getting a lot more carries than before in recent weeks, he hasn't been able to make much of them. Against the Baltimore Ravens, Gaskin had 14 carries for just 31 yards.

More workload in the run game, however, meant fewer targets for Gaskin in the passing game. He was only able to catch one of his two targets.

Mike Davis, Atlanta Falcons | 1.8 fantasy points

Mike Davis was on the field for just 37 percent of all snaps in the blowout loss to the Dallas Cowboys. In the process, he got four carries for 18 yards. Davis was also unable to convert his one target into anything significant, like the entire Atlanta Falcons team.

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