NY Jets Fantasy Football: Winners and Losers from Week 11

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WR Winners

Justin Jefferson, Minnesota Vikings | 37.2 fantasy points

Season-best performance for Justin Jefferson. Eight receptions on 10 targets for 169 yards and two touchdowns makes Jefferson the best wide receiver of the week in fantasy football.

312 receiving yards in the last two games also clearly shows where the journey is headed for Justin Jefferson. The main thing, though, is that he also needs to be fed. 

Davante Adams, Green Bay Packers | 30.5 fantasy points

Even though Davante Adams wasn't the Green Bay Packers' receiving leader this week, he was still able to put up strong numbers

Seven receptions on eight targets for 115 yards and two touchdowns make Adams an elite wide receiver — as long as Aaron Rodgers throws him the ball. 

Elijah Moore, NY Jets | 29.6 fantasy points

Elijah Moore is picking up where he left off the last few weeks. Moore is by far the most effective receiver on the Jets. Eight receptions on 11 targets for 141 yards and a touchdown speak for themselves.

That means the Jets' rookie has scored a touchdown in each of his last three games. 

WR Losers

Brandin Cooks, Houston Texans | 3.8 fantasy points

Since the return of Tyrod Taylor, the curve has clearly been pointing downward for Brandin Cooks. This week Cooks was only thrown three passes and was able to catch two of them for just 18 yards. Cooks' development is concerning for fantasy football managers. 

Michael Pittman Jr., Indianapolis Colts | 4.3 fantasy points

Due to the outstanding performance of Jonathan Taylor, the Colts' passing game never really got going in their win against the Bills. This was felt by Michael Pittman Jr., who caught two of his three targets for 23 yards. Pittman's weakest performance of the season.

DK Metcalf, Seattle Seahawks | 7.1 fantasy points

DK Metcalf was the Seattle Seahawks' target leader in Week 11 with eight targets, but he caught only half of them and gained just 31 yards in the process. It was the second straight game after the return of Russell Wilson that the entire offense had trouble moving the ball.