49ers’ Frank Gore Upset With Pass-Happy Offense

San Francisco 49ers’ running back Frank Gore may have a hard time getting to 11,000 rush yards this season due to the team abandoning the run-heavy approach for five-receiver sets when they’re feeling the pressure. 49ers’ quarterback Colin Kaepernick never looked better as he passed for a career-high completion percentage of 78.4 in yesterday’s loss in Arizona. Unfortunately...
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Fantasy Football: 15 Waiver Wire Targets for Week 4

Fantasy Football: 15 Waiver Wire Targets for Week 4 Are players like Detroit Lions’ quarterback, Matthew Stafford, killing your fantasy team? How about the measly offerings of Eddie Lacy and Frank Gore as of late? Are you wringing your hands in frustration over starting an under-appreciated Larry Fitzgerald each week? … The post Fantasy Football: 15 Waiver Wire Targets for Week...
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3 hours ago  |  Discuss

Frank Gore unhappy with his workload this past Sunday

Robert Chambliss/Icon Sportswire The 49ers really decreased Frank Gore’s workload after going to more multi-receiver sets this past Sunday against the Cardinals and the veteran running back wasn’t very happy. “We did what the defense gave us,” said Gore, who added he did not know the 49ers would lean so heavily on the passing game on Sunday. Soon after answering more questions...
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3 hours ago  |  Discuss

Cards Stuff Gore In Week 3

San Francisco running back Frank Gore was AWOL Sunday against the Cardinals.Fantasy Spin:Rookie Carlos Hyde rushed for a touchdown and Gore ran for just 10 yards on a season low six carries. The only guy who gained any yards on the ground was Colin Kaepernick.
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8 hours ago  |  Discuss

Frank Gore seems unhappy with his lack of usage

Since Jim Harbaugh took over in San Francisco, the 49ers have remained successful by running the football and playing great defense. They deviated from their usual strategy on Sunday, and the end result was a 23-14 loss to the Arizona Cardinals. After the game, Frank Gore did not seem at all pleased with his team’s […]
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Frank Gore Unhappy With His Role In 49ers Offense

Frank Gore is a frustrated man and his diminished role and production has left him speechless at this point. Gore was not pleased with the 49ers three and four wide receiver approach to their offense and was visibly shaken when asked to explain his feelings. “I can’t talk right now,” Gore told reporters after the game, per Matt Barrows of The Sacramento Bee. “I’m sorry...
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Frank Gore Unhappy With His Role In 49ers Offense

Frank Gore is a frustrated man and his diminished role and production has left him speechless at this point. Gore was not pleased with the 49ers three and four wide receiver approach to their offense and was visibly shaken when asked to explain his feelings. “I can’t talk right now,” Gore told reporters after the game, per Matt Barrows of The Sacramento Bee. “I’m sorry...
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11 hours ago  |  Discuss

49ers can't pass test without two key offensive players

The 49ers tried to win a key NFC West game on Sunday without two of their veteran mainstays on offense. Tight end Vernon Davis was out with an ankle injury. And running back Frank Gore was relegated to non-factor status due to the team’s game plan. The 49ers went with more multi-receiver formations than at any point in the Jim Harbaugh era, and Gore carried the ball just six...
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2nd Half Debacle Sends San Francisco 49ers To Defeat In 1st Ever Game At Levi’s Stadium

Another week, another fast start for the San Francisco 49ers. This time it just worked out a little differently. After opening up a 20-7 advantage, the wheels fell off for the 49ers in the second half, as the team slumped to a 28-20 loss in the first ever game at Levi’s Stadium. The home opener had started out promisingly for San Francisco when Aaron Lynch blocked a punt after...
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

EXPERT PICKS: Chicago Bears at San Francisco 49ers

Game time is approaching.  Here are the picks and explanations from experts around the sporting world for the Chicago Bears at San Francisco. – 49ers Win 29-23 “Interesting matchup between prospective playoff teams in San Francisco, though last week’s showing against the Bills left many doubting the Bears’ postseason viability. If Chicago is to get on the W board...
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8 days ago  |  Discuss

Chicago at San Francisco: 5 Things to Know

As part of your game prep for the 49ers, Bears game on Sunday, the following are five things to be aware of that may greatly effect the outcome of the game.1. 49ers Cornerback injuries:Both Tramaine Brock and Chris Culliver, the 49er's cornerbacks are on the questionable list as of this time. Culliver will be administered the last phase of the NFL's post-concussion test...
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9 days ago  |  Discuss

GALLERY: 49ers players sure do love their sweet, luxury rides

If teams were defined by the number of luxury cars that their players own, the Seattle Seahawks wouldn’t even belong on the same field as the San Francisco 49ers. It is quite interesting to see just how many ridiculously awesome cars players on the NFL powerhouse possess. Let’s start with the newest member of the 49ers. Wide receiver Stevie Johnson needs to up his game if he...
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10 days ago  |  Discuss

Gore still out to prove himself in 10th season

SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) Frank Gore wants those around him to notice just how hard he's running at age 31, seemingly as energetic as ever when everybody is beginning to question when he will slow down. Or break down. Ask him how his body is holding up, how he feels, and Gore quickly offers a good-natured retort: ''You tell me how I look.'' So far in 2014, no...
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12 days ago  |  Discuss

Key Facts for Chicago Bears vs. San Francisco 49ers

Wondering what to expect in the upcoming matchup between the Chicago Bears and San Francisco 49ers? Here are some relevant facts to note. On the Ground in 2013 Matt Forte ran for 100 yards in five games last season.  Three of them were against 3-4 defenses. San Francisco had the 3rd ranked rushing attack.  Chicago had the 32nd ranked rushing defense. Frank Gore and Colin Kaepernick...
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12 days ago  |  Discuss

San Francisco 49ers RB Frank Gore Passes the 10k Rushing Yards Mark, Can he run his way into Canton?

Every down running backs are like dinosaurs in this day in age in the NFL. With the league using the two-back system and an infusion of pass-happy offenses teams seem to be abandoning the ground and pound running game. In San Francisco that’s not the case under Jim Harbaugh, as he utilizes his workhouse Frank Gore as the staple of his offense. Yesterday against the Dallas Cowboys...
Via The Front Office News
14 days ago  |  Discuss

49ers’ Frank Gore Breaks the 10,000 Rushing Yard Mark

49ers’ Frank Gore Breaks the 10,000 Rushing Yard Mark Congratulations to San Francisco 49ers star running back Frank Gore as he has just broken the 10,000 yard mark for rushing. Gore just entered into his 10th season with the 49ers and the NFL and is still playing at such a … The post 49ers’ Frank Gore Breaks the 10,000 Rushing Yard Mark appeared first on Fantasy Football Chick.
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15 days ago  |  Discuss

Frank Gore now has 10,000 career rushing yards

Today in the Niners/Cowboys game Frank Gore the former University of Miami running back passed the 10,000 career rushing mark. This is the most in Niners history and s huge milestone for Gore. The post Frank Gore now has 10,000 career rushing yards appeared first on NFL Draft Diamonds.
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15 days ago  |  Discuss

Frank Gore 33 Yards Shy of 10,000; Historic Company

Frank Gore is reaching Hall of Fame caliber numbers.
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15 days ago  |  Discuss

Frank Gore in for big week vs. Dallas? (Week 1 NFL Start and Sit)

Week 1 Fantasy Football Start and Sit: Start of the Week – Frank Gore, RB, San Francisco 49ers. If you had an eye on my articles this offseason, you’ll know I’m not high on Frank Gore as a season long option. With that said, the outlook is enticing for Week 1. In most leagues of standard size, you drafted Gore as a low-end RB2 or even as a bench back and I think that fits right...
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16 days ago  |  Discuss

Frank Gore about to eclipse 10,000 career rushing yards

Robert Chambliss/Icon Sportswire 49ers running back Frank Gore is about the 10,000 career yard mark at the age of 31. #49ers RB Frank Gore is only 33 yards away from 10k career rushing yards — John Middlekauff (@JohnMiddlekauff) September 5, 2014 I can’t imagine a player like Gore not getting into the Hall of Fame at some point down the road. var ACE_AR = {Site: '...
Via Pro Football Zone
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Fantasy Football Week 1 NFL Ranks

Just in time for Kickoff our Jon Collins shares his FantasyPros approved Week 1 NFL ranks. Fantasy Football Rankings powered by FantasyPros   Week 1 NFL Ranks In short, the strategy for this week really should revolve around sticking with your pre-draft rankings. You drafted Drew Brees to be your QB1, lets not get cute and decide that Cutler’s matchup against the Bills its too...
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18 days ago  |  Discuss

In the backfield: Top five fantasy running backs of Week 1

Finally, we have football ladies and gentleman.  Welcome to the Week 1 edition of ‘In the backfield.’  This will be the third year of its existence, and with fantasy football hotter than ever, we should be in store for a spectacular season filled with surprises, heartbreak, and hopefully, success.  You may have read our predictions for the 2014 season.  Now it’s time to...
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19 days ago  |  Discuss

4 reasons to still trust Frank Gore in fantasy football

The article below was written by: numberFire. As we enter the peak of the fantasy draft season, Frank Gore doesn’t have a lot of hype surrounding him. Last summer, his average draft position was 25th overall, but now he’s not coming off the board until the 42nd pick. Obviously, due to his age, there’s a collective fear of Gore falling off the fantasy football cliff. And...
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26 days ago  |  Discuss

28 is the new 30: Targeting Age 27 NFL athletes and changing the way we forecast fantasy’s cliff year

If you’ve followed the pro game, or the virtual one, you know the conversation in NFL circles – running backs hit a cliff at age 30. Its is a known sentiment and a widely held belief, and generally speaking it holds true. There have been examples of backs proving otherwise (Fred Jackson is made of some strange indestructible fiber it seems and Frank Gore staved off ineptitude...
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August 20, 2014  |  Discuss

2014 Fantasy Football: Camp Updates — NFC West

-Frank Gore-photo by: San Francisco 49ers Even without recently injured and released RB Kendall Hunter, the 49ers have one of the deepest backfields in the NFL. Frank Gore, Carlos Hyde, Marcus Lattimore and LaMichael James will compete for touches. The 31-year-old Gore put up very respectable numbers last season, finishing as the No. 13 fantasy back. He totaled...
Via The Fantasy Fix
August 18, 2014  |  Discuss
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