This article is part of our NFL Waiver Wire series.
Welcome back to another season of "Working The Wire." I'm trying to remember how long I've been doing this. Suffice to say, it's been more than 10 years — and it never gets old.
Last year at this time we were worried about games getting canceled, key players missing time. As it turned out, the season went about as smoothly as anyone could have hoped. This season presents some different challenges as we really didn't get a full college season and some athlete opted out, making it a tad more difficult to evaluate the rookies.
As always, drop any questions in the comments section and I'll do my best to get you an answer, no matter to what it pertains.
If you've already had your draft, there's a strong likelihood that waivers will run either this week or next before Week 1. If there's a player I missed (there are plenty out there) let me know in the comments section if you want an opinion. Let's see who might have gone overlooked in your draft.
This column 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.
Justin Fields, CHI - It's possible Fields was overlooked in early drafts considering the questions surrounding the rookie. He answered some of those questions in his first preseason outing and then looked more like