NY Jets Fantasy Football: Winners and Losers from Week 11

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RB Winners

Jonathan Taylor, Indianapolis Colts | 53.4 fantasy points

No, it's not a typo: 53.4 fantasy points! Jonathan Taylor has impressively underlined his status as the No. 1 running back in fantasy football.

32 carries for 185 yards and four touchdowns and three receptions for 19 yards and a touchdown is simply phenomenal. Taylor has topped 100 rushing yards five times in the last six games and has at least one touchdown in the last eight games. 

Austin Ekeler, Los Angeles Chargers | 41.5 fantasy points

Austin Ekeler's strong performance, unfortunately, remains in the shadow of Jonathan Taylor. Still, this one was just as impressive.

11 rushes for 50 yards and two touchdowns as well as six receptions for 65 yards and two touchdowns mark Ekeler's season-best performance. Austin Ekeler clearly benefits from the fact that he likes to be looked for and found in the red zone.

Myles Gaskin, Miami Dolphins | 18.6 fantasy points

It was predictable that Myles Gaskin would look good against the Jets. But that good? 23 rushes for 89 yards as well as three receptions for seven yards and one touchdown speak for the fact that the Jets again had big problems on defense.

But this should not diminish the performance of Gaskin.

RB Losers

Zack Moss, Buffalo Bills | 0.5 fantasy points

Three rushes for five yards — that was all Zack Moss put on the field. With that, the time should be ripe to bench Zack Moss or pack him on the waiver wire — at least in most redraft formats. 

Darrel Williams, Kansas City Chiefs | 3.6 fantasy points

Last week's high-flyer had to settle for a supporting role against the Dallas Cowboys. That was partly due to the return of Clyde Edwards-Helaire, and partly due to the way the game went. Williams rushed five times for 15 yards and caught the ball once for 11 yards. 

David Montgomery, Chicago Bears | 7.7 fantasy points

David Montgomery had 14 rushes for 58 yards and one reception for nine yards. The number of touches makes him the lead back for the Chicago Bears, however the lack of touchdowns ensures his upside is very limited.