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NY Jets Fantasy Football: Winners and Losers from Week 11

Chris Nass
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TE Winners

Zach Ertz, Arizona Cardinals | 28.8 fantasy points

The move to the Cardinals has clearly benefited Zach Ertz. With nine targets for eight receptions, 88 yards, and two touchdowns, the tight end was one of the cornerstones in the win over the Seattle Seahawks. Needless to say, this was Ertz's season-best performance.

Adam Trautman, New Orleans Saints | 16.8 fantasy points

Adam Trautman was able to turn his eight targets into five receptions for 58 yards and a touchdown — season bests. Trautman has seen at least six targets in each of the last four games. He is developing into a solid fantasy football tight end.

Dawson Knox, Buffalo Bills | 14.0 fantasy points

A bright spot in a weak Bills offense this week. Dawson Knox was the Buffalo Bills' receiving leader in targets (10) and yards (80). Knox did not manage a touchdown, however. 

TE Losers

Cole Kmet, Chicago Bears | 2.2 fantasy points

Two targets for one reception and 12 yards — that was all Cole Kmet put on the field in the loss to the Baltimore Ravens. In the four weeks before that, Kmet still managed to rack up at least five targets per game.

David Njoku, Cleveland Browns | 4.1 fantasy points

David Njoku was able to catch two of his four targets, gaining 20 yards. With a banged-up quarterback Baker Mayfield, virtually no passing game exists for the Cleveland Browns. This affects receivers on the team — including David Njoku.

Hunter Henry, New England Patriots | 4.5 fantasy points

With a recommendation of at least one touchdown in each of six of his last seven games, Hunter Henry has been disappointing across the board.

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Two receptions on three targets for just 25 yards made for his weakest performance so far this season. 

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