This article is part of our NFL Waiver Wire series.
Another crazy week in the NFL and we're starting to get an idea of the elite teams in the league. Has a 2-0 team ever switched quarterbacks mid-game (not due to injury) like the Bears did and come back to win? My Bills almost went all Falcons and are one of those 3-0 teams and leading the AFC East for the first time in a long time entering Week 4. Forget that nonsense, let's get to this week's waiver wire.
One point, and I cannot stress this enough, DO NOT overreact to one week. For example, Dontrelle Inman IS NOT going to win your league. If I skip a one-week wonder like that, there's a reason. Please feel free, though, to ask in the comments about any of those type of players if you're considering them.
This columns is geared toward "standard" 12-team leagues and based upon a $100 free-agent budget. Please adjust for your league based on both the number of teams (I'm in a 24-team league, for example) and remaining budget.
Nick Foles, CHI - The Bears traded money and a fourth-round pick for Foles, so it shouldn't be a surprise there was a short hook for Mitchell Trubisky. Foles replaced Trubisky on Sunday and —after a contested interception on his first drive — led his Bears back from a big deficit to win. He wisely targeted Allen Robinson (who had another close touchdown called back) and Anthony Miller and will benefit from