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 Stats > Darren Sproles  
 
Running Back, Philadelphia Eagles

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Draft: 2005 Round 4 (29)
College: Kansas State
Ht: 5’6”  Wt: 190 DOB: 1983-06-20 Age: 33
RB Rank Tier ADP-12
#16 3 3.07

Season Stats
FF Today Default Scoring: Review Scoring
  RushingReceiving Fantasy
Season Team G Att Yard Avg TDTarget Rec Yard Avg TD FPts FPts/G
2005 SD 15 0 8 50 6.3 0 4 3 10 3.3 0 6.0 0.4
2007 SD 15 0 37 164 4.4 2 12 10 31 3.1 0 31.5 2.1
2008 SD 16 0 61 330 5.4 1 34 29 342 11.8 5 103.2 6.5
2009 SD 16 2 93 343 3.7 3 57 45 497 11.0 4 126.0 7.9
2010 SD 16 2 51 270 5.3 0 75 59 520 8.8 2 91.0 5.7
2011 NO 16 4 87 603 6.9 2 111 86 710 8.3 7 185.3 11.6
2012 PHI 13 0 48 244 5.1 1 104 75 667 8.9 7 139.1 10.7
2012 (Projected) PHI     128 565 4.4 3   74 645 8.7 5 169.0  

2016 Outlook
Depth Chart
The Saints signed Sproles to a multi-year contract during the 2011 offseason and the expectation was that he would serve as a pass catching threat out of the backfield as well as spice up the team’s return game. Let’s just say that for $14-million over four years, the Saints got an absolute bargain. Sproles set career highs in rushing yards with 603, receptions with 86, receiving yards with 710 and receiving touchdowns with seven while averaging 11.6 FPts/G. Is a repeat performance in 2012 in the cards? Why not? Pierre Thomas and Mark Ingram figure to handle the majority of the work on rushing downs but when you chuck the ball around as much as the Saints do, there aren’t many rushing downs. Since Sproles hauled in an amazing 77.5% of his targets and averaged 8.3 yards per reception, a short pass to him beats a running play in most instances. While the Saints are unlikely to move Sproles into the starting lineup, he certainly ranks as their top fantasy running back entering the 2012 season. Sproles shapes up as a mid-tier RB2 in standard scoring formats and an upper tier RB2 in PPR leagues.
Fan. Tm. Player
RB1RB1 Ryan Mathews
RB2RB2 Darren Sproles
RB3RB3 Wendell Smallwood
RB4RB4 Byron Marshall
RB5RB5 Terrell Watson
Eagles Depth Chart
News From The Past 90 Days
Injury Opportunity knocks for Eagles RB Byron Marshall     -- Wed Dec 28 1:05 pm --

Ryan Mathews placed on IR
With Ryan Mathews joining fellow running backs Wendell Smallwood and Kenjon Barner on injured reserve, the Eagles have just two running backs on their roster: Darren Sproles and Byron Marshall. Marshall, an undrafted rookie out of Oregon, was promoted from the practice squad two weeks ago after Smallwood was placed on IR with a knee injury. “Right now, the plan is (to primarily use) Darren,’’ Pederson said. “But for sure we’ll see a little more of (Marshall) on first and second down, and even some third-down situations. (Philly.com)

FF Today's Take: With Ryan Mathews (back) out, the Eagles will need to rely on Bryon Marshall to complement Darren Sproles in the backfield Sunday. The rookie had 11 touches last week and could see a few more against the Cowboys. Marshall may not have a ton of upside but he may become a nice backup option if your typical starter is in danger of sitting out this weekend. Meanwhile, Ryan Mathews may become a salary cap casualty after the season despite scoring nine touchdowns on 776 total yards in 2016.

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