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NFL DFS Top Plays for DraftKings Packers vs. Raiders MNF Showdown

Welcome to our NFL DFS Top Plays for DraftKings Packers vs. Raiders MNF showdown slate. Every primetime game this season, we’ll serve up our NFL DFS Top Play for the Captain and flex positions on DraftKings.

Let’s dig into tonight’s matchup.

NFL DFS Top Plays for DraftKings Packers vs. Raiders MNF Showdown

Captain/MVP/SuperStar Plays

Josh Jacobs, RB ($15,900)

We wrap up the week 5 slate as the Packers visit the Raiders in Vegas tonight. The Packers come in sporting the 30th-ranked run defense in the league as they have allowed over 150 yards on the ground per game. With Davante banged up and Jimmy coming back from a concussion the Raiders could look to rely heavily on Jacobs tonight. I am expecting a big game from him.Β 


Christian Watson, WR ($11,700)

In his first game back Watson played 45% of the snaps but the Lions just blew out the Packers so there wasn’t much need to force him to play anymore. This week he carries zero injury designation coming into the game so I would expect to see his snap count to increase.Β 

One thing we know Watson is a magnet for the ball in the end zone. Coming into week 5, the Raiders have allowed the most touchdowns to opposing wide receivers. Could be a big night for Watson if he is truly a full go.Β 

Flex Plays

Jordan Love, QB ($9,800)

Of the two quarterbacks tonight, Jordan Love is my preferred play tonight. The Raiders are coming into this game ranking 29th in QB rating against so far this year and have allowed the 10th most fantasy points per game to opposing quarterbacks. Given his weapons are healthy aside from Aaron Jones potentially and his rushing upside this could be a great night for Love and the Packers.Β 

AJ Dillon, RB ($4,600)

I know, I know AJ Dillon has not been good this year so. Averaging just 2.2 yards a carry is not going to excite anyone to play him. However, with Aaron Jones’s status in question after just a 6 touch outing last week, this could be the matchup AJ needs to get going. The Raiders are allowing just about 4.5 yards a carry and over a 100 yards per game to opposing backs. If Jones is still limited this could be a break out game for Dillon at a cheap price and potentially low ownership too.Β 

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