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ESPN's Mike Clay, Cameron Wolfe and Mike Triplett break down which of this week's popular fantasy WR pickups have the most staying power — including a strong endorsement for Miami's Preston Williams. Video by Mike Triplett (2:29)

Week 5 of the NFL season saw another significant injury to a franchise player and a couple of huge breakout performances in the same game.

Andy Dalton will take the reins from quarterback Dak Prescott in Dallas after Prescott sustained a horrific ankle injury that led to season-ending surgery. Meanwhile, in Pittsburgh, rookie Chase Claypool posted four touchdowns for the Steelers, while Eagles wide receiver Travis Fulgham had 10 receptions for 152 yard and a touchdown.

NFL Nation is here to answer the biggest fantasy questions -- provided by ESPN fantasy football analyst Mike Clay -- across the league for Week 6.

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Buffalo Bills

Do you believe Gabriel Davis will plummet back to fourth in line for targets at wide receiver once John Brown returns?

Yes. The Bills trust Davis even this early in his rookie season -- but don't get it twisted. Stefon Diggs and Brown are the 1A and 1B options in Buffalo's passing game, with Cole Beasley operating as a safety net. Davis is an option in deeper leagues, but start him knowing he is touchdown-dependent. -- Marcel Louis-Jacques

Miami Dolphins

Can we trust wide receiver Preston Williams in a good matchup this weekend after he showed well in Week 5?

Yes. You did well if you listened and exercised patience with Williams. Now it's time to earn your reward as Williams is a good pick to feast on a Jets defense that just gave up a combined 209 yards to DeAndre Hopkins and Christian Kirk last weekend. Williams is only a few weeks shy of the year mark since tearing his ACL, so he's finally closing in on a return to full health. -- Cameron Wolfe


New England Patriots

Can we expect wide receiver N'Keal Harry to get back on track with Cam Newton back under center this weekend?

Absolutely. Newton and Harry have a big brother/little brother type of connection, with Newton looking to him in crucial situations (e.g., fourth down in Seattle in Week 2). So with Newton expected to start, it isn't an unreasonable expectation for Harry's production to increase. -- Mike Reiss


New York Jets

Do you expect Jeff Smith to sustain a significant offensive role even once Breshad Perriman returns?