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Running Back, Indianapolis Colts

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Draft: 2005 Round 3 (1)
Ht: 5’9”  Wt: 217 DOB: 1983-05-14 Age: 32

Season Stats
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  RushingReceiving Fantasy
Season Team G GS Att Yard Avg TDTarget Rec Yard Avg TD FFPts FFPts/G
2005 SF 14 1 128 613 4.8 3 22 15 131 8.7 0 92.4 6.6
2006 SF 16 16 313 1,695 5.4 8 86 61 485 8.0 1 272.0 17.0
2007 SF 15 15 260 1,102 4.2 5 69 53 436 8.2 1 189.8 12.7
2008 SF 14 13 240 1,036 4.3 6 66 43 373 8.7 2 188.9 13.5
2009 SF 14 14 229 1,120 4.9 10 75 52 406 7.8 3 230.6 16.5
2010 SF 11 11 203 853 4.2 3 72 46 452 9.8 2 160.5 14.6
2011 SF 16 16 282 1,211 4.3 8 31 17 114 6.7 0 180.5 11.3
2012 IND 16 0 259 1,212 4.7 8 36 28 234 8.4 1 198.6 12.4
2012 (Projected) IND     228 1,005 4.4 8   19 141 7.4 1 168.6  

2015 Outlook
Depth Chart
On the surface, Gore put together a solid season in 2011, finishing the year with the second most rushing yards of his career (1,211) and finding the end zone eight times. However, it was a roller coaster ride as Gore struggled in his first three games with 148 rushing yards and one touchdown before putting together a great five game stretch when he topped 100 rushing yards in every game and totaled 634 yards and four touchdowns. After that, his usage and production declined over the 49ers final eight games as he averaged just 15.8 touches and accumulated 429 rushing yards and three touchdowns. First year head coach Jim Harbaugh clearly seemed to be curtailing Gore’s workload in order to keep him fresh for the playoffs and with the addition of Brandon Jacobs in free agency and LaMichael James in the draft, that approach is likely to continue in 2012. That will mean fewer carries for Gore and since he was rarely used as a pass catcher last season (just 17 receptions after averaging 51 receptions over the previous five seasons), his days as a RB1 for fantasy purposes appear to be over. Look for Gore to struggle to reach 1,000 rushing yards in 2012 and finish the year as a low end RB2, provided he wins the short yardage role over Brandon Jacobs. If he loses that role, Gore will likely finish the year as a fantasy backup.

Fan. Tm. Player
RB1RB1 Frank Gore
RB2RB2 Dan Herron
RB3RB3 Vick Ballard
RB4RB4 Josh Robinson
RB5RB5 Zurlon Tipton
Colts Depth Chart
News From The Past 90 Days
Frank Gore singing Andrew Luck's praises     -- Fri Aug 7 3:55 pm --

And takes shot at Colin Kaepernick at the same time?
That didn't take long. After less than a week of training camp, new Colts running back Frank Gore is already sold on Andrew Luck. The 32-year-old proclaimed after three short practices that Luck is the best quarterback he has ever played with. Gore believes that the 2015 Colts will likely end up being the best offense he has ever played with, and that's thanks in large part to Luck, the No. 1 overall pick in the 2012 NFL Draft. "I think if we keep working and keep going and get that gelled, I think by far it can [be the best offense]. Especially with No. 12, man," Gore said on Wednesday. "I'm not knocking my other quarterbacks. I respect them other guys, but being around this guy a couple months, he's a different breed. He's smart. He makes me feel young. He runs the huddle. I never had that." (CBS Sports)

FF Today's Take: It's hard to get excited about an aging Frank Gore, especially because the Colts like to pass so much. But Andrew Luck moves the ball down the field with greater regularity than Colin Kaepernick, and as a result Gore is slated for a lot of goal line work. While 1000 rushing yards might be a stretch, the veteran back has an outside shot at punching in 10 touchdowns in 2015, and could be a steal if still available in the fourth or fifth round of your draft.

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