Frank Gore
RB IND (11)
4 days ago

Gore rushed 10 times for 49 yards and caught two of three targets for 18 yards in Monday night's 36-22 loss to the Titans.

EDGE Analysis

Gore's 4.9 yards per rush marked a season high, but the veteran's totals have been strikingly similar through six weeks. In fact, Gore has rushed for between 42 and 49 yards in five games, with Week 3's 25-carry, 57-yard outing serving as the outlier. At 34 years old, Gore is still grinding out yardage, but it's clear that his upside is limited, especially if he doesn't find the end zone.

Frank Gore
RB IND (11)
2 weeks ago

Gore carried 14 times for 48 yards and caught three of four targets for 38 yards in Sunday's 26-23 win over the 49ers.

EDGE Analysis

Gore struggled to the tune of 3.4 yards per carry, but his ability to contribute through the air saw him rack up a season-high 86 scrimmage yards in the win. Marlon Mack racked up 91 yards and a touchdown on nine carries -- the narrowest split between the two runners this season. Gore still holds the advantage in the pecking order, but perhaps the rookie's emergence will allow the team to spell him more often. A matchup with the struggling Titans is on tap for Week 6.

Frank Gore
RB IND (11)
2 weeks ago

Gore rushed for 46 yards on 12 carries and added 34 yards on three catches in Sunday's 46-18 loss to Seattle.

EDGE Analysis

The circumstances gave Gore little to work with on Sunday as Seattle's big second half took the run away from the Colts. Gore touched the ball just four times in the second half. The veteran back hasn't been particularly effective early in the season as defense key on him, barely averaging three yards per carry through the season's first quarter. Things might open up soon as Andrew Luck returns to practice, but another shoulder might be of more interest. Rookie Marlon Mack, who was back at practice last week, could give Gore competition for touches that he hasn't seen thus far this season from the likes of Robert Turbin and Matt Jones.

Frank Gore
RB IND (11)
4 weeks ago

Gore rushed 25 times for 57 yards and a touchdown while catching his lone target for no gain in Sunday's 31-28 win over Cleveland.

EDGE Analysis

Gore powered in a four-yard touchdown to stretch the lead to 28-7 late in the first half, giving him rushing scores in consecutive games. The veteran running back's game average of 2.5 yards per carry dropped his season mark to 3.0, but Gore's near monopoly on snaps at his position and goal-line work keeps him relevant in most formats.

Frank Gore
RB IND (11)
1 month ago

Gore rushed 14 times for 46 yards and a touchdown while failing to haul in either of his two targets in Sunday's 16-13 overtime loss to the Cardinals.

EDGE Analysis

Gore powered the ball into the end zone from five yards out on the opening drive, asserting his dominance in goal-line situations. The 34-year-old veteran ceded six carries to Marlon Mack and three to Robert Turbin, but clearly remains the top option on the ground despite his advanced age. Gore's lack of burst at this stage suggests he'll need to score touchdowns to provide value and this performance showed that he's capable of doing so even with star quarterback Andrew Luck (shoulder) inactive.

Frank Gore
RB IND (11)
1 month ago

Gore carried 10 times for 42 yards and caught added another 10 yards while snaring his lone target of Sunday's 46-9 loss to the Rams.

EDGE Analysis

The Colts' offense was inhibited by poor quarterback play on the day, but Gore still managed to grind out a respectable yardage total relative to the allotment of touches he received. Rookie Marlon Mack received the exact same workload as Gore, with Robert Turbin also receiving a pair of carries, but the team simply could have been preserving the veteran after the score was out of hand. Gore remains the lead back in Indianapolis, but the team's struggles in the absence of Andrew Luck could have an adverse effect on his usage. A tough matchup with the Cardinals awaits in Week 2.

Frank Gore
RB IND (11)
2 months ago

Gore had five carries for 23 yards, including a 1-yard touchdown, in Saturday's preseason win over Pittsburgh.

EDGE Analysis

Gore showed a nice burst on runs of 10 and 11 yards on Indy's second series. It was also a nice confidence booster to see him get a goal-line carry. The Colts may try to reduce the 34-year-old's workload this year, but Gore is healthy and remains atop the depth chart heading into the 2017 season.

Frank Gore
RB IND (11)
2 months ago

Gore rushed twice for four yards in Saturday's preseason Week 2 loss to the Cowboys.

EDGE Analysis

Gore played into the third drive before giving way to Robert Turbin. The veteran likely would have been removed earlier if the offense had been able to pick up a first down prior to his departure. Remarkably, the starting running back job is still Gore's to lose at age 34.

Frank Gore
RB IND (11)
2 months ago

Gore (ankle) returned to practice Tuesday and participated in live-tackling drills, the Indianapolis Star reports.

EDGE Analysis

Gore was limited during Monday's practice, but his return Tuesday to an intense practice suggests this isn't a worry for the regular season. He may not play much, if at all, in the preseason, however. The Colts may try to reduce the 34-year olds workload this year, but Gore remains atop the depth chart heading into the 2017 season.

Frank Gore
RB IND (11)
3 months ago

Gore is dealing with a minor ankle injury and was limited during Monday's practice.

EDGE Analysis

The Colts are understandably playing it safe by restraining the 34-year-old running back with still over a month to go before Week 1 against the Rams. Robert Turbin was spotted taking first-team snaps at Monday's practice, but Gore remains atop the depth chart heading into the 2017 season.