Having scored the decisive goal, Vardy recorded 34 in the Bonus Points System to earn three additional points.
The Leicester goalkeeper made four saves and 12 recoveries to fetch an eighth clean sheet of the campaign, while Fuchs contributed eight clearances, blocks and interceptions (CBI), made six recoveries and completed 85% of his 40 pass attempts.
The Baggies midfielder top-scored for both Creativity (47) and Threat (58) on Saturday to record his highest Index score of the season.
Deployed on the left of an attacking midfield three in a 4-2-3-1, Brunt created four chances. He also fired in four shots, with three from inside the Leicester penalty area.
His goal at The Hawthorns means Vardy has scored or assisted in eight of his last nine Gameweeks (seven goals, three assists) since Craig Shakespeare took charge.
Despite that output, Vardy lost over 156,000 owners over the last four Gameweeks.
But that trend looks to have been reversed for the season run-in. Vardy's ownership is back on the rise with 7,700 acquisitions since Saturday.
As for West Brom, they are without a goal in five matches, conceding in four of those encounters.
While that form offers little incentive for FPL managers, defender Gareth McAuley (£5.2m) remains in 29.1% of FPL squads.
West Brom offer two fixtures in Gameweek 37, but these are daunting match-ups: at home to Chelsea and away to Manchester City.