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NY Jets Fantasy Football: Winners and losers from Week 12

Chris Nass
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TE Winners

Jack Doyle, Indianapolis Colts | 20.1 Fantasy Points

In recent weeks, Jack Doyle has established himself as one of quarterback Carson Wentz's favorite targets. He was able to confirm that this week in a close loss to the Buccaneers. Doyle caught six of his seven targets for 81 yards and a touchdown. Season-best performance.

Rob Gronkowski, Tampa Bay Buccaneers | 19.3 Fantasy Points

It hasn't escaped Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers that the Indianapolis Colts are very strong at limiting the production of wide receivers.

That's why Rob Gronkowski got the most targets (10) on the team. Gronkowski was able to catch seven of those targets for 123 yards. His first 100 yard game of the season.

Dawson Knox, Buffalo Bills | 18.2 Fantasy Points

Dawson Knox benefited in the Saints game from being looked for and found as a red-zone target. Knox was able to catch all three of his targets for 32 yards and two touchdowns.

TE Losers

George Kittle, San Francisco 49ers | 2.3 Fantasy Points 

After the 49ers laid out their game script on Deebo Samuel and Elijah Mitchell, there wasn't much left for George Kittle. One reception on two targets for 13 yards makes for Kittle's weakest performance of the season.

Hunter Henry, New England Patriots | 3.6 Fantasy Points

Two receptions on five targets for 16 yards — that was all Hunter Henry put on the field against the Titans. This was his second straight game under 30 receiving yards and without a touchdown.

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Kyle Pitts, Atlanta Falcons | 4.6 Fantasy Points 

Against the Jacksonville Jaguars, Kyle Pitts did not get more than 26 receiving yards. In the process, he was only able to catch two of his six targets. This was also the second game in a row under 30 receiving yards for Kyle Pitts.

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