NY Jets fantasy football winners and losers from Week 9

NY Jets, Elijah Moore
NY Jets, Elijah Moore / Trevor Ruszkowski-USA TODAY Sports
4 of 4
NY Jets, George Kittle
NY Jets, George Kittle / Thearon W. Henderson/GettyImages

TE Winners

George Kittle, San Francisco 49ers | 19.1 fantasy points

George Kittle looked like his old self in his first game since Week 4. He caught six of eight targets, for 101 yards and a touchdown. Not only was it Kittle's first touchdown of the season, but it was also his best game.

Stephen Anderson, Los Angeles Chargers | 13.9 fantasy points and Donald Parham, Los Angeles Chargers | 12.9 fantasy points

The Los Angeles Chargers' tight ends played one of the main roles in the win against the Philadelphia Eagles. Anderson caught all four of his targets for 39 yards and scored a touchdown.

Parham also caught all three of his targets for 39 yards and scored a touchdown. Such a game will be difficult for either to repeat.

Ryan Griffin, NY Jets | 12.8 fantasy points

Ryan Griffin had seven targets to his credit in the Thursday Night Game. He caught four of them for 28 yards, finding his way into the end zone once for a touchdown.

Griffin was on the field for 62 percent of all snaps. Tyler Kroft, on the other hand, injured his chest and will be out for the foreseeable future. Seems Griffin has supplanted his teammate Kroft as the Jets' No. 1 tight end for the time being.

TE Losers

Mark Andrews, Baltimore Ravens | 9.4 fantasy points

With 10 targets, Mark Andrews finished second on the Baltimore Ravens in targets behind Marquise Brown. However, Andrews was only able to catch five of them. He recorded 44 yards and no touchdowns. Disappointing for a tight end of his caliber.

Mike Gesicki, Miami Dolphins | 9.4 fantasy points

For the fourth time in the last five games, Mike Gesicki got at least seven targets. He remains the focal point of the Miami Dolphins passing game.

Still, Gesicki could only catch four of his eight targets, gaining 54 yards and no touchdowns. Too little against a weak Houston team.

Kyle Pitts, Atlanta Falcons | 9.2 fantasy points

Kyle Pitts did not play a big role in the Atlanta Falcons passing game against the New Orleans Saints, just like the previous week. He only managed to catch three of his seven targets.

Next. NY Jets: 4 most disappointing trades in franchise history. dark

With these three receptions, he achieved 62 yards. However, he did not score a touchdown.