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Experts predict Week 6 NFL upset picks, fantasy football sleepers and flops, plus non-QB MVP

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Stephen A. sounds off on Jerry Jones over Dak's contract (1:52)

Stephen A. Smith voices his displeasure with Jerry Jones and the Cowboys for not getting a long-term contract done with Dak Prescott. (1:52)

Week 5 of the 2020 NFL season brought yet another heartbreaking, season-ending injury and some pandemic-induced schedule changes that forced just the third Tuesday game in NFL history.

Most of the focus was on Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott, whose 2020 was cut short by a fractured and dislocated ankle sustained on a tackle. Andy Dalton is the new signal-caller in Dallas.

Prescott's situation drew some attention away from the Tennessee Titans, who finally were able to play against the Buffalo Bills on Tuesday after delays due to positive coronavirus tests for the first time since winning at Minnesota in Week 3.

Our panel of experts is here to look forward to Week 6's biggest potential upsets, fantasy football flops and potential sleepers, as well as talk about which players have -- and haven't -- met expectations this season.

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What's your top upset pick for Week 6?

Matt Bowen, NFL analyst: Bears (+2.5) over the Panthers. Look for the Bears to establish a passing rhythm early with QB Nick Foles versus the Panthers' zone-heavy defense. Play-action, RPO, quick game here. The goal is to establish more offensive tempo in this matchup, while using interior pressures/stunts on defense to disrupt the pocket against Panthers quarterback Teddy Bridgewater.

Jason Reid, The Undefeated senior NFL writer: Cowboys (+2.5) over Cardinals. The Cowboys have been a complete mess on defense. And, obviously, the impact of losing Pro Bowl quarterback Dak Prescott for the season can't be overstated. That established, the Cowboys know they can win the awful NFC East. I just see them rallying and getting it done. They will take a step toward that goal against the Cardinals, who are still trying to get it figured out as well.