Week 16 of the 2020 NFL schedule is here, and it's an odd one because of the holiday.
The slate has no game on Christmas Eve, a late afternoon game on Christmas Day and a tripleheader on Saturday. There are two marquee matchups on Sunday: The Colts (10-4) play in Pittsburgh against the reeling Steelers (11-3), and the Packers (11-3) play host to the Titans (10-4).
In addition to asking our experts for the biggest potential upsets, we inquired about potential destinations for presumed 2021 No. 1 draft pick Trevor Lawrence and which non-playoff team this season is the strongest candidate to make the postseason next season.
What's your top upset pick for Week 16?
Jeremy Fowler, national NFL writer: Vikings (+7) over Saints. Minnesota is capable of beating or losing to anyone. Just ask the Packers, who got smacked by the Vikings' running game in Week 8. The Saints' passing game still looks a little shaky without Michael Thomas, and the Vikings have a respectable minus-22 point differential in five games against teams with 10 or more wins. Plus, Minnesota has played with too much pride under Mike Zimmer over the years to fall to 6-9.