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XFL DFS Week 5: Value Pack – DraftKings Edition

A handy guide on who to play in DraftKings DFS for the XFL Week 5 slate.

We are nearly halfway through the XFL season and some top-tier talent is out again this week due to injuries while others are struggling. Let's find where the best values are on this weekend's slate of games. Good luck to everyone this weekend and enjoy the games!

Running Back

Photo: Sports Illustrated

Photo: Sports Illustrated

Trey Williams - SEA ($4.2K): Last week was a quiet one for the Dragons running back but this week will be a rough go. Going up against the top offense in the Roughnecks, they will need to try and keep pace and might look for more out of the dual-threat runner in Williams. He could see around 15 total touches and get back to his first three games production.

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Wide Receiver

Photo: Getty Images

Photo: Getty Images

Nick Truesdell - TB ($4.7K): Making his return to the Vipers after missing out on the last two games, they need to get the ball moving through the air a bit more. He was the main focus in the offense those weeks going for 78 yards and 7 catches. Expect him to have 4 receptions for 50 yards and this time he gets the first touchdown of his XFL career .


EAST RUTHERFORD, NEW JERSEY - FEBRUARY 29: Saeed Blacknall #80 of the LA Wildcats gestures to the crowd after scoring a touchdown against the NY Guardians during the second half of their XFL game at MetLife Stadium on February 29, 2020 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. The NY Guardians won, 17-14. (Photo by Michael Owens/Getty Images)

Photo: Michael Owens/Getty Images

Saeed Blacknall - LA ($3.6K): Big-play threat, again, at a cheap price. If the Wildcats can get him a few more targets this could smash the value just like he did last weekend. Last week he hauled in 1 catch for 42 yards and a touchdown. This weekend's matchup with the Vipers is one to get him some more work. He should see 4 catches for 70 yards and another touchdown.

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