Scour your waiver wire to see if these three studs are available and check back after Monday Night Football for our complete Week 9 Waiver Wire article, where we break down our top starts, stashes, and streamers of the week. As of now, here are some of the top names to identify on your waiver wire as Week 8 comes to a conclusion.
WR RONDALE MOORE, ARIZONA CARDINALS (35% ROSTERED)
The Cardinals’ offense hasn’t thrived to start the year, but the return of De’Andre Hopkins has opened things up and given a boost to Kyler Murray. This past week, Rondale Moore played every snap but one and ran a route on every dropback but one, as well. He turned this into seven catches for 92 yards and a touchdown. Rondale is super shifty and does his best work with yards after the catch, so Arizona would be wise to get him touches in space more often.
TE GREG DULCICH, DENVER BRONCOS (42% ROSTERED)
The rookie tight end has seemingly appeared out of nowhere to become the third receiving option (sometimes second) for Denver’s offense. Dulcich is seeing elite tight end usage, playing 50 of 61 snaps and running a route on 32 of 35 dropbacks. He’s got a pretty high floor scoring at least eight points in his three games. He’s on a bye week, but Dulcich has the potential to be a rest-of-season fantasy starter in an offense that’s begging for playmakers.
QB JUSTIN FIELDS, CHICAGO BEARS (41% ROSTERED)
After a very rocky start to begin the year, Justin Fields looks like he’s finally turning it on in 2022. Offensive coordinator Luke Getsy is dialing up more designed runs, which is boosting Fields’ Konami upside. Despite throwing for more than 200 yards in one game this year, his passing touchdown numbers are getting up a recent bump and his rushing numbers are putting him in QB1 territory.