This article is part of our NFL Waiver Wire series.
At first glance, this wasn't the most interesting week for waiver wire options. However, there are some potentially hidden gems available - particularly among pass catchers - as we get more information based on practice reports. Be sure to keep up on all the news before making any late additions to your lineup, as some projected roles in this article could substantially change by Sunday.
Tua Tagovailoa at Jets (40 percent ESPN)
Tagovailoa is back as the Dolphins' starter and is immediately a viable streamer. He's thrown for multiple touchdowns in a game only twice this season but has quietly rushed for three TDs and a matchup against a woeful Jets defense.
Justin Fields vs. Ravens (19 percent ESPN)
Fields has recently gotten more comfortable in the Bears' offense. He quietly threw six passes of 20 yards or more Week 9 against Pittsburgh and has multiple big-play completions in four straight games. Through his first five outings, Fields only produced one effort with multiple completions of 20 or more yards and failed to complete a pass of that length three times. Perhaps most importantly for fantasy purposes, he's tallied at least eight rushing attempts in each of his last three.
Trevor Siemian at Eagles (four percent ESPN, seven percent FFPC)
Siemian has seemingly held off the threat of Taysom Hill for the time being and has thrown for multiple touchdowns in each of his two starts. The Eagles have been a tough matchup for opposing quarterbacks this season, but