NFL Injury Report, Week 7: Fantasy Football Implications

We break down the final NFL injury report for week 7 of the 2011 NFL season. For more on fantasy football, check out Fake Teams.

NFL teams released their final injury reports for week seven on Friday afternoon. The Monday Night Football teams will release their reports on Saturday. This week's reports had a few players come and go from the injury reports with a few big names heading into Sunday as huge question marks. Some of the game-time decisions include Peyton Hillis and Joseph Addai. The number of doubtful players is a bit higher at this point, with guys like Tarvaris Jackson

For those wondering, the designations break down as follows:

Out: 0% change of playing
Doubtful: 25% chance of playing
Questionable: 50% chance of playing
Probable: 75% chance of playing

For fantasy purposes, you can almost always assume a probable player can be slotted into your lineup. I would be somewhat shocked if any of those Probable players ended up inactive this Sunday barring any news tonight or tomorrow. Questionable players on the other hand put you in a tough position. At least half if not more of these guys will play, but you will likely find yourself waiting on a "game-time decision" for most of them. It is not a problem for 1:00pm ET starts, but the 4:05 and 4:15pm ET starts, it can become a pain in the butt setting your lineup. For those I simply suggest trying to slot them into your flex position (if you have one) so you have some flexibility between running backs and wide receivers (and maybe even tight ends).

This Sunday we'll have final updates for all of these players so check back then. And of course, feel free to tweet us @sbnationfantasy with any sit/start questions you might have.

OUT

QB Jason Campbell, Raiders
QB Peyton Manning, Colts

RB Jahvid Best, Lions
RB Felix Jones, Cowboys

WR Andre Johnson, Texans
WR Logan Payne, Jets
WR Sammie Stroughter, Buccaneers

TE Chris Cooley, Redskins
TE Zach Miller, Seahawks
TE David Thomas, Saints

DOUBTFUL

QB Tarvaris Jackson, Seahawks

RB LeGarrette Blount, Buccaneers
RB James Casey, Texans

WR Rashied Davis, Lions
WR Julio Jones, Falcons

QUESTIONABLE

QB Sam Bradford, Rams
QB Kerry Collins, Colts

RB Joseph Addai, Colts
RB Peyton Hillis, Browns

WR Anthony Gonzalez, Colts
WR Chaz Schilens, Raiders
WR Donte Stallworth, Redskins

TE Antonio Gates, Chargers
TE Todd Heap, Cardinals

K Sebastian Janikowski, Raiders

PROBABLE

QB Tony Romo, Cowboys
QB Matt Schaub, Texans

RB Jackie Battle, Chiefs
RB Reggie Bush, Dolphins
RB Tim Hightower, Redskins
RB Marshawn Lynch, Seahawks
RB Willis McGahee, Broncos
RB Rashard Mendenhall, Steelers
RB Daniel Thomas, Dolphins
RB Mike Tolbert, Chargers
RB Ladanian Tomlinson, Jets

WR Anthony Armstrong, Redskins
WR Earl Bennett, Bears
WR Joshua Cribbs, Browns
WR Percy Harvin, Vikings
WR Devin Hester, Bears
WR Vincent Jackson, Chargers
WR Jacoby Jones, Texans
WR Brandon Marshall, Dolphins
WR Eddie Royal, Broncos
WR Demaryius Thomas, Broncos
WR Mike Wallace, Steelers
WR Roddy White, Falcons
WR Mike Williams, Seahawks

TE Tony Gonzalez, Falcons
TE Jimmy Graham, Saints
TE Greg Olsen, Panthers
TE Tony Scheffler, Lions
TE Jeremy Shockey, Panthers

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