The Week 10 Waiver Wire Quarterbacks article has a few guys who are still worthy of looking at if you desperately need bye week help. Quarterbacks will always pop up here and there, but these three guys really showed a lot in Week 9.
As always, remember that this waiver wire list will continue to expand throughout the day Monday and Tuesday. So check back often.
Nick Foles - Eagles (Owned Percentage - ESPN 10.3%/Yahoo 24%)
"I thought I was out, but they suck me back in." Foles has been picked up and dropped more than a hooker on Main Ave. this year. With a bad game against the Cowboys a couple weeks ago, many figured Foles' starting status was done for good. Then Michael Vick went and hurt himself...again. Foles was projected to be a moderately successful QB2 against the Raiders, but I doubt anyone figured he'd chuck up 7 touchdown passes and tie for the most passing touchdowns in one game. Keep in mind that this success was against the Raiders, whose secondary isn't the greatest this year. But the big thing that sticks out with Foles is his zero interceptions. The kid is making good decisions. 13 touchdown passes with no turnovers is enough to make owners turn heads. He has a decent matchup against the Packers. Even in garbage time, points are points. Lets just hope Foles doesn't put up another dud. He's a QB2 with a high ceiling.
Case Keenum - Texans (Owned Percentage - ESPN 1.8%/Yahoo 9%)
Some may have thought Keenum was a mere fluke when he chucked up 271 yards and a score against the Chiefs in Week 7. Following the bye week, Keenum followed that performance up with 350 passing yards, 3 touchdowns and no picks. Like Foles, Keenum has good decision-making skills. While this performance was against the Colts, owners need to pick Keenum up with more bye weeks ahead. He's another QB2 with upside.
Jason Campbell - Browns (Owned Percentage - ESPN 1.8%/Yahoo 9%)
Campbell always had talent coming out of Auburn. His biggest problem was his lack of consistent coaching, especially when he was with the Redskins. He might not be the Browns' future, but he's shaping up to be a better option than anyone thought. Through 2 games, Campbell has averaged around 277 passing yards, with 5 total touchdowns and no picks. He doesn't have as much upside as Foles and Keenum, but he's still worth a look as a depth option or even a flex spot if you're league allows it. He'll have bad games because, well, he's still Jason Campbell. But for now, his arrow is pointing up.