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2007 Fantasy Points by Week
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Injury Report
Week 4 - Probable - Neck
Week 7 - Questionable - Hip
Week 8 - Questionable - Hip
Week 9 - Probable - Ankle
Week 10 - Probable - Ankle
Week 11 - Questionable - Knee
Week 12 - Questionable - Knee
Week 13 - Questionable - Knee
Week 14 - Questionable - Knee
Week 16 - Questionable - Back

2008 Draft Central
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Round 1, Pick 6
Consistency. Barring injury, he is a sure top 10 RB. You first round pick won't win you the championship, but it can sure lose it for you. Portis is a very safe pick to me. I am confident he and his backup will secure a top 5 scoring for my RB positon.
New coachin staff, there is a unknow factor how he will be utilized.
Draft Strategy
At pick 6, I am debating between him and Randy Moss. With the 1 point every 5 rush scoring system. RB is top priority. (Contributed by: Java)

Round 1, Pick 9
I think I got a real bargain getting Portis at 1.09. He was the 3rd best RB and 5th best overall in Fantasy points in this scoring system last year.
None that I can think of.
Draft Strategy
Definitely taking a RB in the 1st round, Portis at 1.09 was a no brainer. (Contributed by: Mr_Prat)

Round 1, Pick 6
gets the full load you need for an rb1
injury risk
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(Contributed by: iamstevejobs)