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XFL Week 5 Weather Report, Game Times, TV Schedule

This week in the XFL, Houston, Dallas, DC, and LA are hosting games. A full slate of outdoor games, which means a full slate of weather reports.

Roughnecks VS Dragons

Saturday 2 PM EST

Channel: ABC

Location: TDECU Stadium in Houston, TX

Temperature: 62 Degrees, 38% Humidity

Wind: 9 MPH

Precipitation: 0% Chance

The Houston Roughnecks’ top-ranked offense looks to stay on a roll against the Seattle Dragons. Dragons head coach Jim Zorn has a decision to make at quarterback; to start Brandon Silvers or switch to BJ Daniels who came in after the half in week four and revamped the offense?

Renegades VS Guardians

Saturday 5 PM EST

Channel: FOX

Location: Globe Life Park in Arlington, TX

Temperature: 64 Degrees, 35% Humidity

Wind: 11 MPH

Precipitation: 4% Chance

Dallas enters the game without Landry Jones their starting quarterback, so Phillip Nelson will start in his place. The Guardians have a QB controversy on their hands as Matt McGloin has returned from injury, just as Luis Perez hit his stride and got the team a win last weekend against the Wildcats.

Defenders VS BattleHawks

Sunday 3 PM EST

Channel: FS1

Location: Audi Field in Washington, DC

Temperature: 59 Degrees, 23% Hunidity

Wind: 10 MPH

Precipitation: 0% Chance

Two teams that couldn’t be trending in more different directions. St. Louis is coming off of two straight wins at home, and QB Jordan Ta’Amu has been lighting up opposing defenses. On the other hand, Cardale Jones and the Defenders have been outscored 64-9 over their last two games. Will Jones and the Defenders’ offense get it together and upset the top team in the East?

Wildcats VS Vipers

Sunday 9 PM EST

Channel: ESPN

Location: Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson, CA

Temperature: 63 Degrees, 49% Humidity

Wind: 7 MPH

Precipitation: 6% Chance

Tampa Bay makes the trip across country to Los Angeles for the late game Sunday. Teams traveling across the country are 0-4 on the season, but the Vipers are just starting to put it together on offense. Tampa is coming off their first win of the year in shutout fashion against DC, while LA is coming off a loss in NY and are still without top receiving target in Nelson Spruce.

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