While the annual rookie draft and trade market activity represents a strong majority of impact moves for a dynasty owner each year, the waiver wire is a key consistent area of potential roster improvement. The preseason is a critical time to optimize final roster spots. A good owner constantly wishes for more roster spots as there are my watch list options than available slots on a roster. The key is knowing when to toss a back end of the roster player back to the waiver wire and take a shot on an option more likely to hit sooner. As always, shopping for something of value on the trade market is preferred (if possible), but here are the key roster cloggers to cut bait on this preseason:
Mike Glennon (Start-1QB): Lacked strong feel or accuracy in Week 1 of preseason and Mitch Trubisky looks promising to start sooner rather than later.
Paxton Lynch (Start-1QB): Continues to show lack of refinement or feel for pocket, reads, etc. Clogs the back-end of roster in start-1 formats.