NY Jets fantasy football winners and losers from Week 9

NY Jets, Elijah Moore
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WR Winners

Elijah Moore, NY Jets | 27.4 fantasy points

What a performance from Elijah Moore! The upward trend had been evident the last few weeks. In the loss to the Indianapolis Colts, Moore caught seven of his eight targets for 84 yards and two touchdowns. That made Elijah Moore the Jets' best receiver of the week.

DeVonta Smith, Philadelphia Eagles | 22.6 fantasy points

Rookie DeVonta Smith had his second career game with more than 100 receiving yards against the Los Angeles Chargers. He caught five of his six targets for 116 yards and scored a touchdown — the second of his career.

Olamide Zaccheaus, Atlanta Falcons | 20.8 fantasy points

Olamide Zaccheaus didn't see many targets in the game against the New Orleans Saints, but he made a lot out of his limited opportunities. The three targets he did get, he caught them all. In the process, he scored 58 yards and two touchdowns.

WR Losers

Davante Adams, Green Bay Packers | 10.2 fantasy points

Caught six passes on 14 targets for an even 42 yards and no touchdowns. Of course, the passes this week were not thrown by Aaron Rodgers but by Jordan Love to Davante Adams. Still, you can expect more from a receiver of his class.

Ja'Marr Chase, Cincinnati Bengals | 7.9 fantasy points

The Cincinnati Bengals rookie stayed under 50 receiving yards for only the second time in his career in the Battle of Ohio against the Cleveland Browns. Ja'Marr Chase caught six of his 13 targets, totaling 49 yards and no touchdowns.

Tyreek Hill, Kansas City Chiefs | 7.3 fantasy points

11 targets for four receptions, 37 yards, and no touchdowns. Those are the numbers for the Kansas City Chiefs' top receiver, Tyreek Hill.

The Chiefs simply have the worm in them. Patrick Mahomes' performance carries over to his teammates as well. It remains to be seen if the team can overcome this drought on offense.