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According to San Francisco 49ers running back Frank Gore, during last Sunday’s monumental comeback, the Philadelphia Eagles quit as they started to lose the momentum in the second half of the game. “I think playing that second half and the way we came out, the Eagles didn’t want to play no more,” Gore said in an [...]
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Despite being limited in practice Friday, San Francisco 49ers running back Frank Gore was listed as probably for Sunday's game against Tampa Bay.
Gore was questionable with an ankle injury a week ago, but rushed for a season-high victory to rally the 49ers to a stunning 24-23 victory at Philadelphia.
Gore, who had a string of four straight 1,000-yard seasons snapped last season...
San Francisco 49ers running back Frank Gore scrambles across the goal line for the winning touchdown for San Francisco during fourth quarter San Francisco 49ers-Philadelphia Eagles game action at Lincoln Financial Field October 10, 2011. San Francisco defeated Philadelphia 24-23. UPI/John Anderson
Not only are they 1-3 after losing three-straight games, but now the Eagles...
Sat, 8 Oct 2011 18:30:05 CDT
DT Isaac Sopoaga (infection) is doubtful. CB Shawntae Spencer (toe) is questionable and WR Michael Crabtree (foot), RB Frank Gore (ankle), G Mike Iupati (neck), G Adam Snyder (hamstring) are all probable. Gore was asked about his comments earlier today to ESPN in which he said the Eagles did...
It took three unanswered second-half touchdowns for the 49ers to overtake the Eagles on Sunday. It was a comeback also made possible by the Eagles throwing in the towel, according to the Niners' Frank Gore.
Still relishing his 49ers' big victory, Frank Gore painted a distressing picture of a Philly team that claims it's trying to shake the "Dream Team" tag.
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There’s been much to due about the Eagles’ defensive struggles this season.
The 30th ranked run defense has allowed big days to nearly every running back that has lined up opposite them: Cadillac Williams (91), Michael Turner (114), Ahmad Bradshaw (86) and Frank Gore (127).
Next week, the Eagles will have another daunting task. Two weeks ago, [...]