FantasySP / NFL / Frank Gore FantasySP / NFL / Frank Gore Copyright 2018 5335117 <![CDATA[Dolphins' Frank Gore still draws inspiration from doubters during his storied career]]> Frank Gore’s new apparel line with Players Culture has tee shirts with two fitting phrases for the new Miami Dolphins running back. Even after a storied, 14-year career in the NFL where he has recently become the league’s fourth all-time leading rusher, Gore is still “forever grinding” and motivated...]]> 5335117 Fri, 19 Oct 2018 12:18:01 EDT Sun-Sentinel <![CDATA[Dolphins RB Frank Gore got advice from a Hall of Famer after Bears game]]> Frank Gore had his best game of the season in their 31-28 win over the Bears.

Gore rushed for 101 yards on 15 carries as he consistently wore down the Bears defense all day. After the game, Gore received a text message from a Pro Football Hall of Fame member.

“When my boy Marshall Faulk gets back in town, when he texts me that I still look good, I just ask him what he thinks I should continue to be doing and things like that,” Gore said on Thursday when asked does he get advice from older players]]> 5334654 Thu, 18 Oct 2018 20:36:01 EDT Dolphins Wire
<![CDATA[With Dolphins' Tannehill still out, Lions brace for Gore]]> Frank Gore first became a 100-yard rusher. And he still is one, which could spell trouble Sunday for the Detroit Lions. The ageless 35-year-old Gore had his most productive day of the season last week when he ran for 101 ...]]> 5334571 Thu, 18 Oct 2018 18:42:02 EDT Washington Times <![CDATA[Frank Gore RB, Week 7 Waiver Target]]> Fantasy owners looking to bolster their backfield should take a closer look at what is going on with the Miami Dolphins. Frank Gore just had his first 100 yard day this season rushing for 101 yards on just 15 attempts with one catch for 18 yards.

Perhaps even more interesting is how the backfield broke down in Week 6 with Kenyan Drake getting 17 total touches for 57 yards rushing and 4 catches for 21 yards recieving.

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<![CDATA[Dolphins coach Adam Gase says LB Kiko Alonso has been 'outstanding']]> Albert Wilson, running back Frank Gore, and linebacker Kiko Alonso would he most like to gloat about the most.

“Probably Kiko (Alonso),” Gase said. “He’s been outstanding this year. It’s been fun to watch him. The way we spoke about how we wanted to create turnovers and how we wanted to fly to the ball and really attack ball-carriers and get the ball out. He is … The last two weeks have been huge plays for us at critical times.]]> 5331570 Mon, 15 Oct 2018 15:36:01 EDT Dolphins Wire
<![CDATA[Frank Gore says Dolphins’ team unity shined in win over Bears]]> Frank Gore speaks after a 31-28 overtime win against the Chicago Bears.]]> 5330838 Sun, 14 Oct 2018 20:18:01 EDT Sun-Sentinel <![CDATA[Dolphins | Frank Gore goes over century mark]]> Frank Gore recorded his 46th-career 100-yard game in Week 6 against the Chicago Bears, finishing with 101 yards on 15 carries.]]> 5330794 Sun, 14 Oct 2018 19:54:02 EDT footballguys <![CDATA[Dolphins will look to keep offense on schedule behind Gore and Drake vs. Bears' dominant defense]]> Frank Gore and Kenyan Drake,...]]> 5329299 Sat, 13 Oct 2018 14:54:01 EDT Sun-Sentinel <![CDATA[Dolphins | Week 6 injury report for Miami]]> Cameron Wake (knee) did not participate in practice all week and is listed as doubtful for Week 6 versus the Chicago Bears. TE A.J. Derby (foot), CB Bobby McCain (knee) and QB Ryan Tannehill (shoulder) were limited in practice Friday, Oct. 12, and are listed as questionable. LB Chase Allen (foot), DE Andre Branch (knee), WR Jakeem Grant (shoulder), DE Charles Harris (calf), S T.J. McDonald (foot), WR DeVante Parker (quad) and OT Laremy Tunsil (concussion) practiced in full Friday but are listed as questionable. WR Danny Amendola (non-injury), RB Frank Gore (non-injury), S Reshad Jones (shoulder), DE Robert Quinn (non-injury), TE Durham Smythe (ankle) and WR Albert Wilson (abdomen) also practiced in full Friday and were removed from the injury report.]]> 5328676 Fri, 12 Oct 2018 16:06:01 EDT footballguys <![CDATA[Dolphins | Frank Gore to headline backfield?]]> Frank Gore has done a 'really good job' on first and second down, according to head coach Adam Gase.]]> 5328076 Thu, 11 Oct 2018 22:36:02 EDT footballguys <![CDATA[Dolphins RB Frank Gore feels he and Kenyan Drake are a good mix]]> Frank Gore leads the Miami Dolphins in rushing as he has run for 202 yards while averaging 4.3 yards per carry.

Although Kenyan Drake led the NFL in rushing the last five weeks of the 2017 season (444 yards), the Dolphins thought it would be a good idea to pair him up with Gore. More than a quarter into the season, Gore believes the two work well together.

“We both work good off each other,” Gore said on Thursday. “We’re both different (and have) a different running style. He can do everything in the passing game. I can also do things in the passing game, but I think it’s a good mix. As long as we’re in and the game is going right, I think Coach Gase will get us opportunities.]]> 5327861 Thu, 11 Oct 2018 18:30:01 EDT Dolphins Wire
<![CDATA[Expected to keep leading backfield in carries]]> Gore may continue to pace the Miami backfield in carries while Kenyan Drake handles more of a change-of-pace/pass-catching role, Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports. "Frank does a really good job of, 'We're second-and-five, third-and-two.' Or it's we're first down, second down, first down," coach Adam Gase said Thursday. "Kenyan is coming along in that area, it's just that he does give you that element of first-and-10, you get a 60-yard touchdown, where it's a game-changing play."

Though the Dolphins suffered a disappointing loss to the Bengals in Week 5, they may have stumbled upon an ideal usage pattern for their top two backs along the way. For the third straight game, Gore (12) outpaced Drake (6) in carries, racking up a commendable 5.3 yards per tote in the process. However, both players finished with similar touch totals, as Drake reeled in a season-high seven receptions to go along with his carry count. While Gase's comments support the notion that Drake is the more dynamic of the two backs, it's clear that Gore's ability to hit assigned holes and avoid negative runs is valued, even if it rarely translates to big plays. The Dolphins will thus look to keep Drake involved primarily in space as a pass catcher or outside runner, which could result in Gore enjoying a stable, low-double-digit-touch load on the ground most weeks, assuming game flow allows for it.

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<![CDATA[Frank Gore talks about working with Kenyan Drake on the field]]> Frank Gore talks about the dyanmic of being on the field fellow running back Kenyan Drake.]]> 5327757 Thu, 11 Oct 2018 16:42:01 EDT Sun-Sentinel <![CDATA[Dolphins | Frank Gore rushes for 63 yards]]> Frank Gore rushed for 63 yards on 12 carries against the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 5.]]> 5324041 Sun, 07 Oct 2018 17:48:01 EDT footballguys <![CDATA[Frank Gore rushed 12 times for 63 yards in Week 5 against the]]> Frank Gore rushed 12 times for 63 yards in Week 5 against the Bengals. Gore started and continued to out-carry Kenyan Drake, who got most of his work in the fourth quarter. [...]]]> 5323884 Sun, 07 Oct 2018 16:36:21 EDT