Darren Sproles Is A PPR Monster In Fantasy

CHARLOTTE, NC - SEPTEMBER 16: Darren Sproles #43 of the New Orleans Saints runs with the ball against the Carolina Panthers during their game at Bank of America Stadium on September 16, 2012 in Charlotte, North Carolina. (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)

Darren Sproles catches 13 balls. We break down the fantasy implications.

Darren Sproles racked up the catches in Sunday's loss with 13 of them that yielded 128 yards.

Analysis: Sproles led the team in targets and he had no play go for more than 14 yards. It's almost impossible to believe that Sproles has yet to receive a single carry in either of his two games. The Kansas State product is being used in the slot and the quick-strike offense of Sproles works wonders for Sproles. Brees has a ton of three-step drops and that's just what the doctor ordered for Sproles. Owners in standard leagues might be in a tough spot, but there's no way any owner in a PPR league can even consider benching Sproles next week against Kansas City.

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