There are four players I would consider, given the depth of the league and the fact it is a PPR format. In no real particular order:
Frank Gore -- Proven track record and quality production at a position that lacks depth for fantasy.
NaVorro Bowman -- Tackles, tackles and more tackles. He's been among the league leaders the past two years. It seems like he'd be pretty hard to replace.
Randall Cobb -- I'm biased as a Packers fan. However, he's the best receiver on the team and a touchdown waiting to happen. He reminds me a lot of Percy Harvin, and the Packers sure don't hesitate to get him the ball as often as they possibly can.
Darren Sproles -- He's so valuable in PPR. 86 catches a year ago and 75 in 13 games this season. How can you not keep a guy who offers that, the potential for 1,000 total yards and 8-10 touchdowns per season.
I'd probably keep Gore, Bowman and Sproles. Cobb would be a close fourth choice.
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