NFL Week 6 arrivals: Best entrances, outfits, cleats and more

Murray asserts Hopkins is the best WR in the NFL (1:25)

Kyler Murray recalls the moment he found out DeAndre Hopkins was joining the Cardinals and expresses his excitement about playing with Hopkins. (1:25)

Week 6 of the 2020 NFL season has arrived, and with no positive COVID-19 tests on Sunday, an intriguing slate of games is set to kick off. While the action on the field will surely be captivating, we're here to highlight the best of what the players have to offer from a sartorial standpoint.

For more on the matchups today, look no further: Our NFL Nation reporters bring us the keys to every game, a bold prediction for each contest and final score picks. Check out ESPN's NFL Week 6 game guide.

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You can still eat candy

Miami Dolphins safety Eric Rowe wants you to keep the spirit of Halloween going, even in a year when many won't be able to trick-or-treat due to the coronavirus.

Best prop comedy

Baltimore Ravens tight ends Nick Boyle and Mark Andrews arrived together, and while Boyle is all business ahead of the club's matchup against the Philadelphia Eagles, Andrews was taking a call on his special phone:

Best cross-sport representation

Tennessee Titans linebacker Jayon Brown is a native of Southern California, so it's no surprise where his allegiance lies for Game 7 of the NLCS on Sunday night:

Best logo homage via cleats

Denver Broncos wideout Tim Patrick had a breakout performance in Week 4. Hoping to keep the good vibes going for Week 6, he's going old school with the art on his pregame cleats:

Best track suit

Eagles defensive back K'Von Wallace gets the nod in this category for Week 6, with an exquisite lavender set:

Best of the rest